The Most Colorful European Destinations

The Most Colorful European Destinations

From imposing capitals, seaside towns to traditional villages, Europe is colorful both in the metaphorical and literal sense of the word. Parts full of colors reminiscent of postcard pictures can illuminate the moons and rainy days of February. Here are some of the most colorful cities in Europe. What you have to do is to imagine your next trip to one of these, or even better to visit them to find out for yourself by closing your airline tickets and your stay at the Congress Line.

  • Burano, Italy

Burano is an island of Venice in which the contrasts of intense colors dominate every corner. Imagine your espresso with a gelato in hand to wander through the colorful alleys of the Italian city.

  • Cinque Terre, Italy

Staying in Italy, Cinque Terre is the top destination for those who want to enliven their trip. It consists of five villages, Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The colorful houses, perched on the edge of the cliff of the Amalfi Coast, create the ultimate scenic setting.

  • Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen, and in particular the area that is built on the picturesque channel “Nyhavn Canal” consists of a series of colorful houses. The houses, which were built in the 17th and 18th centuries, were originally intended for the poor and middle-class residents of the city. The modest, chic and modest face of the Scandinavian capital is an ideal destination for a colorful escape.

  • Porto, Portugal

In Ribeira, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the scenery with orange roofs, the blue and white mosaics that dress the buildings are enchanting. Porto combines traditional with modern, on the banks of the river and is a destination for every lover of color and good wine.

  • Reykjavik, Iceland

Due to the great winter and night period, residents of Reykjavik have decided to put some color in their dull days. The most colorful capital of Iceland, is an attractive destination to discover the great variety of colors in their homes.