Who doesn't love a little colour in their lives?!Check out our list of the most colourful cities in the world and add them to your bucket list NOW!
Bo Kaap, Cape Town
Bo Kaap is home to a majority of Cape Town's Malaysian population. This little street in South Africa has a very interesting story behind its colourful streets for which it is known around the world. Bo Kaap, formerly known as Malay Quarter, was where the slaves of Cape Town resided and it wasn't as colourful as it is today. Only after the abolition of Apartheid, was this little revamped to express tehir joy and bring about a little more colour in everyone's lives!
Notting Hill, London
Notting Hill doesn't need an introduction! Surely you must've seen the Julia Roberts movie of the same name which helped this little district's popularity increase ten fold!
Notting Hill truly has its own charm. This quaint area has a plethora of beautiful buildings that truly make it a lovely place for taking photographs! Apart from this Notting Hill is known for Portobello Market on Portobello Road and the annual Notting Hill Carnival!
Rue Crémieux, Paris
Paris is home to the Eiffel Tower, love and macaroons! But, it also home to the wonderful street of Cremieux in its 12th arrondissement. This beautiful cobbled stone street is the most colourful street in Paris. Its array of colourful walls, beautiful doors, tiled roofs of rainbow colours and picturesque windows make it the perfect stop for a photograph to remember for a lifetime.
Park Güell, Barcelona
Carmel Hill belongs to the mountain range Collserola in Barcelona, Spain. This is where Park Guell lies. Its various colourful walls, benches and stunning structures make Park Guell an architectural delight. It is truly a testament to Antoni Gaudi, one of Spain's most celebrated architects!
Brooklyn, New York
It seems to be that some of the best artists in the world reside in the borough of Brooklyn in New York! The graffiti and street art here is so well-acclaimed that it has become a tourist attraction! Next time you are in NYC, make sure to do a walking tour of these massive murals all across the borough!