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10 Most Colorful Cities In The World


If colors really can affect your mood in a huge way, then these cities were created to let your emotions run wild…

Ranging from richly colored parks, to painted buildings and fascinating architecture, each of these places have a uniqueness that sets them apart. But they all have one thing in common: they bring joy to everyone who looks at them.

Because of their flamboyant appearances, tourists flock to these locations to see the beauty beaming from every corner. But it’s almost impossible to see everything in just one visit, which is an amazing excuse to visit again (and maybe more). Enjoy these 10 stunning cities below.

Wroclaw, Poland

The largest city in western Poland, Wroclaw hosts about 634,487 inhabitants and lies on the River Oder  which is about 220 miles from the Baltic Sea.

It’s famous for its large number of nightclubs and pubs, most of which are in the Market Square. The basement of the old City Hall houses one of the oldest restaurants in Europe.


Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Rio de Janeiro is one of the most visited cities in the Southern Hemisphere and is known for its natural settings, Carnival, samba, bossa nova, balneario beaches, as well as the 2016 Olympics.

It hosts the giant statue of Christ the Redeemer atop Corcovado mountain, named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

This image features the favelas, one of the poorest sections of the city. Artists have teamed up to make these dilapidated shanties something beautiful, and increase pride among the residents, by expressing their artistry on the outside walls.

Barcelona, Spain


Filled with Dali paintings and unconventional architecture, Barcelona is one of the most interesting places to travel. Laid back in its nature, the city has a rich culture of art, food and history.

Stockholm, Sweden


The capital of Sweden, Stockholm is the most populous city in the Nordic countries.

The city was the host of the 1912 Summer Olympics, and hosted the equestrian portion of the 1956 Summer Olympics.


Cinque Terre, Italy


Cinque Terre is a rugged portion of coast on the Italian Riviera, which name means “Five Lands.” Part of the areas charm is  that corporate development is not easily detected. Paths, trains and boats connect the villages, and cars cannot reach them from the outside.


Old San Juan, Puerto Rico


Located in the Caribbean, Old San Juan has over 500 years of history. One of the ways you can see this through their colonial architecture… which is drenched in tropical colors, making for an enchanting sight.


Valparaiso, Chile


Known as “Little San Francisco” and “The Jewel Of The Pacific
in the 19th century, Valparaiso is scattered with beautiful buildings and street art. It’s a wonderful place for the almost 300,000 inhabitants to live.


St. John’s, Canada


Located on an island off Canada’s Atlantic coast, St. John’s is the capital of the Newfoundland and Labrador province. The city’s downtown main attraction is its colorful row houses. Above the city is Signal Hill, which features walking trails and Cabot Tower. Interestingly enough, this was also the site of the first transatlantic wireless communication in 1901.


Menton, Cote D’Azure, France


Located on the Mediterranean Coastline of Southern France, Cote A’Azure, also known as the French Riviera, is named for the blue waters of the Mediterranean sea. A popular resort spot for many Europeans including Princess Diana, cities in this region feature buildings with beautiful architecture.

The city of Menton hosts the Lemon Festival every February with floats & decorations made from colorful citrus fruits.


Venice, Italy


Venice is one of the most enchanting places in the world. With waterways flowing between colorful buildings, that allow gondolas to gently glide across the water, it truly is a magical place.

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