The most colorful cities in the world – Part 1

If you are an avid traveler, you already know that cities are not always concrete and steel.  They are representations of history, culture and design.  These are apparent in the architecture, the color palettes of entire neighbourhoods and the lifestyle of its dwellers.  Are they passionate about theatre?  The city theatre would be a landmark building.  Do they like art?  Parisians do like art and the city’s many museums infuse it with the romanticism of art and architecture.  Likewise, we have curated a collection of colorful cities infused with mirth and the joy.  This is the first in a three part series and we hope you find as much pleasure as we did while creating this post. Bon Voyage on this colorful photo travelogue!

Burano island canal, colorful houses and boats, Italy
Burano island canal, colorful houses and boats, Italy

 

Lisbon cityscape
Lisbon cityscape

 

Colorful island of Procida, Naples - Italy
Colorful island of Procida, Naples – Italy

 

Cityscape of Trondheim, Norway
Cityscape of Trondheim, Norway

 

Picturesque old Gothic houses in a german city near Munich
Picturesque old Gothic houses in a German city near Munich

 

Top view of the square in the city of Prague
Top view of the square in the city of Prague

 

Colored buildings in Kiev, Ukraine
Colored buildings in Kiev, Ukraine

 

Scenic summer aerial view of the Old Town architecture in Tallinn, Estonia
Scenic summer aerial view of the Old Town architecture in Tallinn, Estonia

 

 

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