The most colorful cities in the world: which and where

If black seems to be more and more prevalent on the catwalks of the most important fashion maisons, color seems to be central in most of the photos tourists take everywhere. Haven’t you ever visited a city, and found yourself surrounded by lots of colors, everywhere? Squares, houses, buildings, walls, churches, all creating a symphony of colors resulting in unique and exclusive scenery, with the added value of being good for your mood. So, let’s abandon our beloved color black for a second, and dip into the warmth of these destinations. What is your favorite?

Pachuca, Mexico (Flickr Ted McGrath)
Pachuca, Mexico (Flickr  Ted McGrath )
Chefchaouen, Morocco 
Chefchaouen, Morocco (Flickr cgines)
Chefchaouen, Morocco (Flickr Sam MSX)
Burano, Italy (Flickr Wilbur Lo)
Burano, Italy (Flickr Ramon Vazquez Morales)
Burano, Italy (Flickr Gianni Grassini)
Júzcar, Spain (Flickr J.M Chavero)
Júzcar, Spain (Flickr laquesoy)
Bo-Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa (Flickr Hilde Juengst)
Bo-Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa (Flickr sonveggente)
St. John’s, Canada
St. John’s, Canada (Flickr angie_1964) 
La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Flickr Ann P)
La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Flickr Nicolas Curri)
Trinidad, Cuba (Flickr El Len)
Trinidad, Cuba (Flickr Oldt1mer - Keith)

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