10. Brighton Beach, Australia
This picturesque beach is famous for the 82 iconic bathing boxes along its seaside. This colourful beach is a great spot for photographers and foodies as it is teeming with a range of cool restaurants and cafes.
9. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Puerto Vallarta is a colourful city and an interesting one to visit. It has a lovely mixture of modern life and proud traditional Mexican culture. The particularly beautiful thing about Puerto Vallarta (aside from the architecture) is that it’s very tourist friendly, yet incredibly authentic. There’s no shortage of activities to partake in. Be it easy boating or exciting ziplining, there’s something for the adventurer and the relaxer.
8. Gamla Stan, Stockholm
This old town of Stockholm, Sweden dates back to the 13th century, and consists of medieval alleyways, cobbled streets, and archaic architecture. Most buildings seen today where built during the 1700 to 1800’s.
7. La Boca, Buenos Aires
Whilst visiting the city of La Boca you must head to Caminto (little walkway in Spanish). This colourful street has a large cultural significance as it inspired the music for the famous tango Caminto.
6. Trinidad, Cuba
Trinidad is one of the best-preserved cities in the Caribbean and has been one of UNESCOs World Heritage sites since 1988.
5. Jodhpur, India
Jodhpur is also known as Blue City as most of the buildings are a vibrant blue colour. No one knows for certain why this colour was chosen and many theories have been thrown around. In the end it makes for one beautifully coloured city.
4. Wroclaw, Poland
Wroclaw, located in western Poland, has a population of over 630,000 making it the fourth largest city in Poland. Many visit to see the buildings within the city as they have been painted every colour of the rainbow!
3. Santorini, Greece
This stunning island off Greece’s southeastern coast is famous for its blue-roofed, whitewashed architecture.
2. Longyearbyen, Norway
Longyearben is the world’s northernmost town, and the northernmost settlement of any kind with greater than 1,000 permanent residents – it is also well known for its beautifully coloured houses.
1. Cinque Terre, Italy
Known as one of the most colourful places in the world, Cinque Terre is a place you need to see with your own eyes. Found along Italy’s coast on the Italian Riveria, it is composed of five villages and has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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