Just in case you’ve been wondering, these are the most colorful cities in the world. They are spread all over the world, but they all have something in common: beautiful colorful buildings that will put a smile on your face.
Chefchaouen is famous for the blue walls of its buildings. Some say that the blue walls have origin in Jewish mysticism while others claim the blue paint was used to repel the mosquitos. Either way, it gives the city the unique look it’s known for.
Busan, South Korea
Busan is a large city in South Korea that’s often forgotten as people typically visit Seoul. However, there’s one part of the city that will instantly make you fall in love with it. It’s called the Gamcheon Cultural Village and it’s covered in colorful houses that almost look like a stack of LEGOs.
Cartagena is a traveler’s gem. With incredible beaches, a charming old town, delicious cuisine, and a vibrant cultural scene, it has everything you could wish for. The explosion of color all around the city is just a bonus.