9. Chefchaouen, Morocco
Chefchaouen City is located in the Rif Mountains of Northwest Morocco. It has become a popular tourist town because of its vivid blue–washed buildings, a design introduced by Jewish refugees in 1930 who believed that the blue color represents the sky and heaven in Judaism. It also symbolizes people living in spiritual awareness.
To keep the history alive, people living in Chefchaouen regularly repaint the buildings in blue shade in memory of the old Jewish tradition. This bluish village glows differently during different times of the day. During wet season, the city looks like a clear blue water world.
10. La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina
One of the neighborhoods in Buenos Aires is famed for its traditional colorful wooden houses and pedestrian-friendly paths. La Boca is a home to many artists who have utilized wooden houses as part of their background while performing different art forms.
11. Gamla Stan, Stockholm
Gamla Stan (Old Town) is the historic heart of Stockholm. It is a favorite with tourists thanks to the appealing medieval streets and the many sights, in particular the Royal Palace.
12. Barranco, Lima, Peru
Barranco has to be one the most beautiful neighborhood I have come across in my travel journeys. I was extremely fascinated by the bright colors of the structures you notice in the neighborhoods. Lima itself is normally grey and while visiting Barranco it was a heart relieving contrast.