16 Colorful Cities around the world


Bo Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa
Image courtesy of ser_is_snarkish 

Many of the world metropolises are stuffed with towering skyscrapers and shiny glass-and-steel facades, however not all cities are gray concrete jungles. From the candy-colored buildings of , to the blue-painted homes of , , many urban areas have embraced vivid hues in their streets for generations. To brighten your day, here are a number of the most colourful locales across the globe—each delightfully vivacious in its own distinctive way. Above: 


Willemstad, Curaçao
Image courtesy of Tim Drivas 

 


Procida, Naples, Italy
Image courtesy of Francesco Riccardo Iacomino

 


Nassau, Bahamas
Image courtesy of Valéria Almeida 
 


Copenhagen, Denmark
Image courtesy of barnyz
 


San Francisco, California, USA
Image courtesy of Ian Ransley
 


Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Image courtesy of Filipe Frazao/Shutterstock
 


Wrocław, Poland
Image courtesy of Pablo77/Shutterstock
 


Sighisoara, Romania
Image courtesy of ​George Nutulescu
 


Charleston, South Carolina, USA
Image courtesy of Curtis Cabana
 


Chefchaouen, Moroccov
Image courtesy of Singa Hitam
 


Cinque Terre, Italy
Image courtesy of Shann Yu
 


Guatapé, Colombia
Image courtesy of Alejandro Osorio Agudelo
 


Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway​
Image courtesy of Daniele Ceccato
 


Pachuca, Mexico
Image courtesy of Franklin Ames
 


St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
Image courtesy of Ritche Perez

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