From Italy to Poland, the World is full of some beautiful and colourful cities along with having a vibrant culture and lively ambience. Let us have a look at some of the most colourful cities in the World: That surely deserves a glance.
Cinque Terre – Italy
The Cinque Terre is a small land comprising of five villages. It is one of the most colourful cities of the world, known because of its vibrantly coloured houses. The city features most historical relics and architecture, a small tour from one village to another is just about of five minutes distance. The names of the villages there are Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. It has been always a popular tourist destination, the village is connected with train and boats as cars are unreachable there. As the village is located on the Mediterranean, you will witness plenty of seafood.
Gamla Stan – Stockholm
An old town of Stockholm, the town is as old as the 13th century. You will find a touch of North German Architecture on the old town as it is highly influenced by it. Right at the centre of the old town, you will see the Stortorget which is the oldest of all in the town, The word Gamla Stan stands for ‘town’. The town comprises of the island of Stadsholmen which is an island located in the centre of Stockholm, Sweden. The town is full of some colourful architecture buildings that look like a magical destination and a vibrant dreamy place and is for sure one of the most colourful cities of the World
Burano Island – Italy
Burano is known as an Island situated at the Northern side of Italy and is another most colourful city of the World. It can be simply called an archipelago or an Island group of total four islands that are connected through bridges. The Island was founded by the Romans. At the North end of the Lagoon of Venetian, it is located at the Torcello Island and is famously recognised because of its vibrantly colourful houses surrounding the whole Island. The interesting fact about the Island is that the houses are brightly coloured there as per the owner’s own choice and whoever wishes to colour their house specifically, they have to send a request to the Government and after the approval, the colour will be allotted to the specific owner.
Caminito – Buenos Aires
Caminito literally means a small or little walkway; it is a small town museum at Buenos Aires. During the 1800s, there was a small river flowing down at the same route where Caminito is situated today, later on when the stream was completely dried, tracks were made at the site to reach there. Popularly, the place is highly recognised for its famous tango Cominito which was composed by an Argentinian artist named Juan de Dios Filiberto and for its colourful history that adds more colour to the streets. The majority of the immigrants of La Boca brought their old tradition along with them which was to paint their houses with the paint leftover from the shipyard that is why the houses are standing vibrantly.
Wroclaw – Poland
It is the fourth largest city in Poland. Previously, the city was known as Wrotizlava. Wroclaw is the largest city in the Western region of Poland. Wroclaw is a famous tourist place and has ranked amongst top 10 worth visiting cities. The colourful houses, the vibrant streets and bright ambience of the city make it a beautiful one. The small and beautiful islands along with the connecting bridges make the city of Wroclaw the Venice of Poland. The city has a colourful history of Silesians. It is the best place for vacations as it hosts rocking concerts and has many undiscovered things and places to be explored.