Happy Rizzi Haus in Braunschweig, Germany
Painted by American artist James Rizzi in his distinctive graphic illustrative style,
La Muralla Roja, Spain
The red-hued Spanish housing estate might resemble a crazy M. C. Escher drawing, but it was actually inspired by the traditions of the casbah…
You can’t move for brightly-coloured fisherman’s houses on the lace island of Burano, situated in the Venetian lagoon.
Stortorget in Stockholm, Sweden
Stortorget, Stockholm’s oldest square, is known for two things: its famous Christmas market, and the strikingly-painted 17th-century merchants houses.
We can’t get enough of the colored 17th-century buildings that line in Copenhagen’s old harbour of Nyhvn, where the writer Hans Christian Andersen lived.
Main Square of Poznan, Poland
The Old Market Square of Poznańn in Poland is surrounded by former merchants’ houses that have been painted in Mediterranean hues of azul blue,
Part of the Cinque Terre Italian Riviera, all the buildings in the small seaside town of Vernazza are a vibrant array of summery oranges and yellows.
Rue Cremieux in Paris, France
Nova do Carvalho in Lisbon, Portugal
Known for its uniquely tiled buildings, Lisbon is a warren of brightly-coloured streets, many of which can be found in the old town.