1. Longyearbyen, Norway
Although Longyearbyen is not a large or constantly developing city, it is the capital of the Norwegian Svalbard Archipelago in the Arctic Ocean. This is an all-snow white city for most of the year. The colorful houses of Longyearbyen contrast with this white image of the city.
2. Buenos Aires, Argentina
La Boca, located in the south-east of Buenos Aires, is like a real open air museum. When you take a short walk in Caminito, a small street where only pedestrians can enter, you will be enchanted by the colors of the local artists’ murals and graffiti works.
3. Jodhpur, India
Known as the “Blue City” in India, Jodhpur may be the most colorful city in the world. It is said that the Brahmin, who are at the top of the Hindu caste system in the city, painted their houses blue, and then the other city residents imitated them.
4. Wroclaw, Poland
The colorful buildings of Lower Silesia’s traditional northern architecture offer a life-like beauty just like the young and creative people of the city.
5. St. John’s, Canada
St. in Newfoundland The center of St. John’s town is one of the eyeballs of our list, with colorful houses lined up in rows and adjacent orders. The tradition of painting the houses in different and vivid colors has started for fishermen to get to know their home easily when they return home at night, and still continues today.
6. Stockholm, Sweden
There are many different places in Sweden with colorful buildings. The most colorful and lively of these is located in Stortorget Square in Gamla Stan. You might be surprised when you go to see Stortorget square and encounter a very small area!
7. Procida, Italy
Imagine the colors of the buildings in pastel tones reflected in the sea right next to it! Procid is such a place. Procida, the smallest of the three volcanic islands near Naples, along with Ischia and Capri Island, is also the most colorful. The vibrant colors of the buildings in different façades and the clothes hung on the windows give people a “life is beautiful without luxury” message.
8. Bristol, England
Terraced houses in Bristol’s Clifton district contrast well with their architectural styles and vibrant colors, right next to them. This must be the harmony between the old and the new. But if your preference was asked, you would prefer old but colorful houses, right?
9. Barcelona, Spain
In addition to being one of the most loved, lively and most popular cities in the world, Barcelona is one of the most colorful cities. The city, which is colored with the works of Gaudi, is one of the cities that attract the most tourists in the world. You will deserve it when you visit Park Güell in the photo with its colorful mosaics or Casa Batlló, which he built in 1887.
10. Balat, Istanbul
The district, which is one of the old settlements of Istanbul, gained its present status in the 19th century. You can easily recognize the three-storey Balat houses thanks to their narrow façades and bay windows on the upper floors. Balat, which is also the favorite place of period series with its colorful buildings, is a must-visit for those who want to taste old Istanbul.