The 12 Most Colorful Cities On Earth

2Manarola, Cinque Terre, Italy

Village of Manarola, Italy

The Italian Riviera offers a lot for visitors – whether first-class wines, crystal-clear water or picturesque landscapes. But the place Manarola is not only known for the good vine juice or fish dishes, but especially for its colorful house design. Embedded in a rock, this city looks as artistic as if a painter had dipped the whole place in color.

But Manarola is not the only tourist magnet and shimmering jewel in this region: the villages of Vernazza, Corniglia, Monterosso and Riomaggiore also enchant with their colorful cityscape. Interesting Fact: UNESCO has also discovered this treasure and the Cinque Terre already in 1997 added to the list of World Heritage.

Travel Guide for Lovers: Take a walk along the popular Via dell’Amore love path from Riomaggiore to Manarola along the coast. But watch out! The road of love is toll road: worth the purchase of the Cinque Terre Card, with which you can also use certain train connections.