Top 10 Most Colorful Cities in the World
Colors bring beauty in life. It is due to colors that we see the real charms and attractions of the things around with great attention. Colors are what make our lives complete, without which nothing can go well. The seven colors of rainbow form the rest of the inspirational colors, grabbing our attention to much extent. If we walk through streets, the different colors of buildings around make us happy. In the same way, the colors we see in sky make the life full of joys.
Do you know there are several cities which are as colorful and appealing as the colors of rainbow? No? Then, let us today take a look at the top 10 most colorful cities in the world.
10. Wroclaw, Poland
The capital of Lower Silesia is a splendid city of Poland. It has so many attractions to captivate the attention of the tourists, such as hundreds of bridges, finest restaurants, cafes, nightlife, cultural and historic delights. This is not the end—because the rows of colorful houses give an extra beauty to this city. These buildings have been constructed with varying colors of bricks, and their designs are just awesome, bringing magnificent brightness in the lives of the residents.
9. Valparaiso, Chile
This port city is one of the best historical and cultural hubs of Chile. Having a wide array of museums, cathedrals, churches and colonial buildings, Valparaiso will make your tour ideal. The coastal area of the city is especially famous among the boat and cruise lovers, here you can come to enjoy various water activities at the sea point. Also the homes and bohemian murals on the walls create a feeling of being in another world of colors.
8. Jodhpur, India
Jodhpur in Rajasthan is India’s Blue City. It has well painted buildings with colorful architecture and eye catching styles of constructions. Most of its buildings have been constructed from the copper-sulphate lime wash which is used for preventing termites. The colors of this sun-kissed city are loved and appreciated by the tourists to much extents. Also here the autos, in addition to the Rass Hotel’s custom auto-rickshaws which are blue in color.
7. Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires is situated in the southeastern part Argentina. Close to it is situated La Boca, which is famous for its open air museum. If you are walking downward the street of Caminito, you will see exceptional murals and graffiti of local artists. This small yet marvelous city is amazing constructed and almost all of its buildings are constructed with scrap materials including leftover paints, giving a visually attractive feeling to the viewers. The city has less population, so it can be ideal for you to make a trip here.
6. Burano Island, Italy
Burano Island is an archipelago of four islands, situated in the Venetian province of Italy. With its beautiful streets and canals, Burano Island has so much to offer to the tourists. What makes it colorful is its gondolas sailings, streets and canals lined with beautiful, and bright buildings. The particular charm of colors of this city were originated from the golden age of island’s development. Even the walls around the island are very beautiful and attractive.
5. Pattaya, Thailand
Pattaya has numerous exotic beaches, and is a city of blue waters. It is a great tourist spot and tourists are always invited to give a try to its marvelous buildings and get amazed with. Here you can also enjoy food, while enthralling scenic beauty of the city. Not only this city is naturally beautiful, but also its houses and restaurants are amazingly constructed with multi-colored bricks, creating a bright and magical environment.
4. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The Brazil government, back in 2010, has taken initiatives to redecorate the favelas or slums of Rio de Janeiro. Dutch artists, Haas & Hahn, played their role in giving a new attractive look to the slums of the city, and turned them into a giant canvas. Nowadays, the color streets and bright houses of this land catch the eyes of millions of tourists. You will have a feeling of being in the magical rainbow rays radiating from the facades. Favela Santa Maria is a must see place here.
3. Nyhavn, Copenhagen
This 17th century canal, waterfront and entertainment district in Denmark consists of numerous well-painted buildings, and stretches from the Kongens Nytorv to the harbor front in the south of the Royal Playhouse. Here you can view many of 17th and 18th century buildings, such as townhouses, bars, cafes and restaurants. Most of the buildings of Nyhavn have been constructed with high quality wood, colorful bricks and plaster. With its attractive facades, the city looks simply marvelous.
2. Izamal, Mexico
Izamal is known to be a ‘magical city’. It is the monochromatic region of Izamal, having vivid sunny yellow buildings and marvelous restaurants. The colonial colony is behind this much visual beauty of the city. It is tough to miss for any tourist, willing to see the cobblestoned streets lined with limestone churches and lots more attractions. Many of its buildings belong to 16th century Basilica of San Antonio de Padua times.
1. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
St. John’s is the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador, and is one of the oldest cities in Canada. Both have rich history dating back from 14th century. The best thing about these two lands is the beautiful buildings with their astounding architecture, and pleasant environment. The role of Jellybean Row in making it a perfect place for the tourists cannot be ignored. It is a place where ships captains in ancient times were assigned specific candy colors for their house decorations which could be easily spotted from the sea.