Mexico is one of the most vibrant countries in the world, and the colorful buildings scattered all around it play a big part in that. They come in all the colors of the rainbow, and here are a few lively architectural wonders that you shouldn’t miss in this country.
Frontón México (Mexico City)
Mexico City is home to several notable examples of art deco architecture, and this vibrant red building is one of the very best.
Frida Kahlo Museum (Mexico City)
If you want to explore Frida Kahlo’s life and legacy, her former home is a good place to start. It’s also known by its famous nickname the Blue House, and it’s been transformed into a museum dedicated to the famous artist.
Cuixmala is a popular biosphere reserve on the Pacific Coast that became a major Instagram-friendly attraction thanks to one building—a lavish hotel that owes its picture-perfect look to its unique orange color.
Convento de San Antonio (Izamal)
Izamal is known by the nickname the Yellow City because it’s home to many buildings in this shade, and Convento de San Antonio is one of its most recognizable attractions.