Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Travel Tuesdays: Colorful Places

Last week I stumbled upon this article of the World's Most Colorful Cities and I loved browsing through.  I've only been to 2 of the places on the list {South Beach, Miami and Vernazza, Italy} and it left me with major wanderlust..  I'm dying to get to Istanbul and Rio de Janeiro!  I started thinking about colorful places that I've traveled to, so I thought I would share some of my old Europe photos that seem to never coming out hiding.. 

Telephone Booths of {London, England}
Plaza de España {Sevilla, Spain}
Downtown Bad Tolz {Bavaria, Germany}
Red Roofs of {Oporto, Portugal}
Apartments of {Cagliari, Sardinia - Italy}
Main square of {Verona, Italy}
Where is the most colorful place you've traveled to? 
This post is part of the Travel Tuesdays link-up from hosts Helene & Casey

True Colours


  1. Love this post!!! Such a cool idea! :)

  2. Daaaang look at all that color! It seems like you can always find the colors when the sun comes out!

  3. One colorful city I would love to visit is Prague! I love photographing places like the ones you mentioned :)

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  4. oh my gosh this is so gorgeous! thank you for sharing! i think span will be the most colorful- i'm going this summer!

  5. Those apartments look incredible. I think the most colorful place I've ever been to is Bermuda. Have you ever been? It's gorgeous!

  6. i love the colors of different cities... especially of southern spain!

  7. cinque terre, italy stands out as the most colorful city. or maybe rainbow row in charleston


  8. Love all the images here, I agree Cinque Terre in Italy (as comment above) is extremely colourful as is Hong kong with all the bright lights. If there's a festival in the far east/India there's gonna be plenty of colour!

  9. Oh gorgeous!!! I want to travel SO BADLY!!!

  10. Beautiful pictures. Would love to travel to these places :)

    Heel in Mint

  11. Well... I've been to Paris and I want to go to Rome.

  12. cordoba, spain during may when the patio festivals are in full bloom :)