World is full of natural wonders, as well as wonderful places made by men. There is a big number of colourful, populated and exciting cities, which you would be interested in visiting. Here’s a list of Top 5 colourful cities of the world.
1. Riomaggiore, Italy
The beautiful city of Riomaggiore is situated in the Liguria region of Italy. This city is widely popular because of it’s interesting history ranging back to the early 13th century. The inhabitants of the Vara Valley settled here in the ridges to safely raise grapevines and olive-trees.
2. Nyhavn, Denmark
Situated in Copenhagen, Denmark, Nyhavn is a waterfront, canal and entertainment district. This city dates back to the 17th century. It also has some brightly coloured 17th and early 18th century townhouses and bars, cafes and restaurants, along with a few wooden ships in the canal.
3. Guanajuato, Mexico
Located in North-Central Mexico, Guanajuato covers an area of 30,608 km². It is a small city distinguished by a wealth of Spanish colonial architecture, and also a home to several industries of metals, automobiles, leather goods and processed food. The thing that makes this city one of the most colourful one is the pink and green sandstone used for the construction of buildings, giving them a beautiful and colourful look.
4. Jodhpur, India
India, the country home to over a billion people has got a number of eye-catching natural wonders as well as beautiful cities made by the Indians. The city of Jodhpur is situated in the Indian state of Rajasthan and is also called as the “Sun City” because of the bright, sunny weather which influences over this city throughout the year. Another nickname this city has is “Blue City” because of the innumerable number of blue-painted houses. These blue houses, make Jodhpur distinguishable even from a great distance.
5. Valparaiso, Chile
This wonderfully colourful city is based in Chile, and is one of the most important seaports of the country. This little city is crowded with vibrant buildings, crumbling mansions and cobbled pathways.
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