10 Colourful Places To Visit

1. Cinque Terre, ItalyCinque Terre, Italy

2. Santorini, GreeceSantorini, Greece

3. Guanajuato, MexicoBurano Island, Italy

4. Venice, ItalyVenice, Italy

5. Provence Village of Menton, FranceProvence Village of Menton, France

6. Reykjavik, IcelandReykjavik, Iceland

7. Wroclaw, PolandWroclaw, Poland

8. Bristol, EnglandBristol, England

9. Willemstad, Curacao, CaribbeanWillemstad, Curacao, Caribbean

10. Naples, ItalyNaples, Italy

(Here in this post are only 10 places but there are many more colourful places to visit)

Supplementary Photos with some help from fellow bloggers

Valparaiso, ChileValparaiso, Chile

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada st john's newfoundland canada

Copenhagen, DenmarkCopenhagen, Denmark

Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norwaylongyearbyen svalbard norway 2

Paradise Island, BahamasParadise Island, Bahamas

Júzcar, SpainJúzcar, Spain

29 thoughts on “10 Colourful Places To Visit

  1. OMG, they’re beautiful. Building structures here in the US are so drab and boring. On our street, we had a neighbor who had his house painted bright yellow. Our neighbors complained. I thought ( my family ) thought it was wonderful to have color. 99% of the houses here are beige. Aaaargh !

  2. As your US reader attested up there, everything is “neutral” in US homes. The walls of our home were painted “Desert Fawn” (read beige), along w/ beige carpet and beige tiles. the only time we ever see colorful homes are if we drive hours to the coast, where beach houses are painted. That new song “Happy” by Pherrell Williams should be playing while this post is shown, since these colors are so uplifting.

  3. I love the photos and all the colors! I agree with the people who said the US is boring. It’s very rare to find such colors here, stupid neighbors complaining about how you paint YOUR house, It’s really irritating.

      • I totally agree! I have a house at the beach where theres a HOA. They say they have to approve my paint scheme. I went ahead and painted it without asking. I figure its better to beg for forgiveness than ask for permission.

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