The Most Colorful Cities in the World

Of course you'll ask what's inside this? Cities with colorful around? It may be someday in your trip, may have occasionally met with cities like these.

If such an occasion arrives. Why not, right?

An interesting article in the Huffington Post wrote reporting cities in the world that has the vibrant colors all around. The colorful city mostly from mainland Europe, of course this can invite tourists to visit.

Here's a list of these cities:

1. Arcos de la Frontera, Spain. Village by the nickname "white village", located on the hills with the existing historical monuments from the 15th century.

2. Juzcar, Spain. This is where the animated film "The Smurfs" was made in 2011. All blue. You can imagine the atmosphere like in the movie around.

3. Longyearbyen, Norway. Cities where residents inhabiting settlements of wood, serves to warm the body. Their wooden houses painted in different colors sharing, very festive!

4. Pelourinho, Salvador, Brazil. Architectural history of the town with original buildings from the past. Being a world heritage site by UNESCO.

5. Wroclaw, Poland. Home town of one of the legendary Pope, Pope John Paul II. The fourth largest city in Poland gothic -style building, complete with night life and the biggest market in Europe.

6. Gamla Stan, Stockholm, Sweden. Very popular among travelers, romantic cobbled streets, cafes, and Royal Palace.

Imagine if only can be in one of the city has been very enjoyable, especially when time allows to be there. One day.

(Source The Huffington Post, travelKompas, L Pandjaitan-Poland /Image Market Square in Wrocław, Poland - Wikipedia)


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