The strong and bright colors will visually give people a fresh and bright feeling, which will make people feel happy. As a result, many cities simply bring color to the extreme. Romance, fairy tales, freedom, and art are synonymous with these cities. This article will take you to see the colorful towns scattered around the world.

1. Guanajuato, Mexico

In Guanajuato, colorful houses are scattered all over the mountains. Various colors blend with each other, pink, blue, orange, green, like a color feast. This small town is located in a ravine about 6 hours' drive from the capital, Mexico City. It is a typical mountain town.

The construction of the city is dominated by Spanish culture, supplemented by Indian culture. In 1988, UNESCO listed the entire town as a World Heritage Site.

2. Havana, Cuba

There are more than 900 buildings in Old Havana, all of which are more than 200 years old, and were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982. Here, the old buildings are full of vicissitudes but colorful, and the old-fashioned cars are undiminished.

Everything makes you feel like you are in an old movie. Old Havana is full of architectural treasures of various periods, from the intricate Baroque to the magnificent Art Deco, where you can enjoy one of the best urban architectural feasts in the Americas.

3. Cinque Terre, Italy

The Cinque Terre is located on the coast of La Spezia, Liguria, Italy. The Cinque Terre does not refer to one place, but consists of five small fishing villages hidden between the cliffs and the sea: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore.

The blue and clear Mediterranean water and the colorful and beautiful scenery of the fishing village will make you addicted.

4. Cesky Krumlov

Cesky Krumlov is a charming town in South Bohemia, which was listed as one of the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1992. The whole town is embraced by the wide, meandering Vltava River in the shape of a horseshoe that flows through it.

The famous castle was built on the opposite bank of the river, and the style remains. Climbing high and overlooking, the Vltava River is shining in the sun, and the countless red roofs along the river are connected to the distant green hills.

Those fairytale-like landscapes, the subtle light and shadow between blue-green and brick-red, make people hold their breath and stare at them, and they are full of reverie.

5. Santorini, Greece

Some people say that you must go to Greece once in your life. It is also said that there is one place that makes your heart beat, and that is Santorini. Paradise has left the most beautiful colors on this romantic island. Here, you only need to slow down, accept the kiss of the sun unscrupulously, and feel the blue and comfort here.

6. Cape Town, South Africa

In Cape Town, a port city in South Africa, there is such a colorful house, either bright red, emerald green, deep purple, or beige, sea blue, bright orange... The contrast is very sharp. Looking around, the whole town is colorful and very dazzling. South Africa, a country full of fantasy.

Such colors are as enthusiastic and unrestrained as the characters of South Africans. The people here are very hospitable. When festivals come, they sing and dance to welcome tourists.

7. Chefchaouen, Morocco

The "blue lost city" in Morocco is called Chefchaouen, which must be the bluest town on earth! All kinds of blue bloom recklessly in Chefchaouen, and every stop on every street corner is surrounded by blue. But how boring it would be if it was just blue. So Chefchaouen's blue doesn't paint the whole house blue.

Its blue color is only painted on the walls around the house, and it is not necessarily painted to the top. It is often painted to a certain height at will, and the original color of the wall is still preserved. Decorated with multi-colored potted plants and doors of different colors.

8. Buenos Aires, Argentina

The Boca district of Buenos Aires is known for its colorful buildings, especially along Via Caminito. The tradition is said to have come from stories of early residents borrowing paint from a nearby shipyard, but the current colour palette is a perfect match for the town's artistic vibe.

9. Valparaiso, Chile

Valparaiso's sea-view houses all over the hillside should not be considered as the villas of the rich. On the contrary, it is the home of the blue-collar workers at the bottom. Every household paints their roofs and walls in various colors, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, blue, and purple.

It is a "colorful city" between heaven, earth and sea. Disorganized yet seemingly natural. Colorful architectural styles and twisting and changing roads make it a pleasure to walk.