7 Cities With Wonderfully Colorful Neighborhoods

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Chefchaouen, Morocco

Chefchaouen,  or Chefchaouen is a city in Morocco, capital of the province of the same name. It is located in the northwest of the country, in the foothills of the Rif Mountains, near Tetouan. Chefchaouen is a city , which is known for its architecture and the fact that the vast majority of the walls of buildings in it are painted in various shades of blue.

Manarola – Cinque Terre, Italy

Manarola is a is a small town in the province of la Spezia. It is one of the locations that make up the famous Cinque Terre, one of the most popular tourist spots on the Ligurian Riviera.a picturesque and ideal destination to spend three or four days enjoying the sea, the colors of their houses and a spectacular cuisine.

La Boca – Buenos Aires, Argentina

La Boca is a district in the east of the Argentinian  capital Buenos Aires and the most famous of the 48 quarters of the city,Today, La Boca is popular with tourists, also because of its original houses. They were built from the sheet of scrapped ships and
colorfully painted with ship paint. Many artists praise their work on the sidewalks of El Caminito Street.

Bo-Kaap – Cape Town, South Africa

Bo-Kaap, also Malay Quarter or Slamsebuurt, was called until 2017 Schotschekloof and is a district of Cape Town in the South African province of Western Cape. It originated as a settlement of Kapmalaien, which make up to today the majority of the inhabitants.
Bo-Kaap is today one of the most picturesque areas of Cape Town because of the persistence of many cobbled streets and houses painted in pastel colors.

Burano, Italy

Burano is an island north of the lagoon of Venice, Italy. It is known for its lace and canals lined with brightly colored houses. Burano is located north of the Venice lagoon, northeast of Murano and near Torcello and Mazzorbo -to which it is connected by a bridge.

Willemstad, Curacao


Willemstad is the capital of Curacao, Dutch overseas territory in the Caribbean.The houses of Willemstad, colored blue, yellow, green and pink in particular, have their characteristics because in 1817 Vice-Admiral Kikkert, governor of the Netherlands Antilles,  suffers from the reflection of tropical light on the white walls.. .finaly.. He forbids white houses.

Oia, Santorini Island, Greece

Oia or Ia is a locality of Santorini island , a small Greek archipelago belonging to the Cyclades complex , in the Aegean Sea. It is located 11 km northwest of Fira, overlooking the caldera, on the coast constituting the northwestern tip of the island. It is connected to both ports by stairs. It is considered one of the most picturesque places in Greece, with a strong traditional character and well known worldwide for its sunset.

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