The world is a spectacular place, full of vibrant colors.
These colors can be found in nature, festivals, or art.
If you are in need of some inspiration, check out these most colorful places in the world.
Northern Lights, Alaska
The Northern Lights have fascinated people for thousands of years. The lights can be seen in both the very north and the very south, with Aurora Borealis in the north and Aurora Austrailis in the south.
These lights appear in the clear night, painting the sky with greens, pinks, and even reds, blues, and purples.
A popular place to view the Borealis is in Alaska. Hotels and resorts can arrange travel for you to comfortably watch the lights.
Read more about visiting these lights here.
You may have seen pictures of this vibrant city and UNESCO World Heritage site online. Rows and rows of colorful buildings and houses seem to be stacked upon each other in this Mexican city, painting quite the picture.
The city was also the inspiration for the Land of the Dead in Disney/Pixar’s “Coco”.
Guanajuato is full of history and art, from four archeological zones, to dancers, to the art in The Sanctuary of Atotonilco. There’s even a mummy museum!
With both its history and architecture, Guanajuato is one of the most colorful places in the world.
The Southeastern region of France near the Mediterranean boasts some of the world’s most magnificent landscapes. The famous French Riviera is located in this region as well.
There are many small towns in Provence, including Arles, where Vincent Van Gogh painted 187 pieces from 1888-1889. Looking at his work, it’s easy to see that it was the beauty and color of the French countryside that inspired him.
Las Salinas de Torrevieja, Spain
Las Salinas de Torrevieja is a national park located in Spain. This park is also home to a very peculiar lake.
Due to the high concentrations of salt and minerals found in this body of water, the entire lake is a pale pink. The scene is made even more colorful by its flamingo population.
The lake is shallow, and visitors come here to experience the detoxifying nature of the minerals.
Walking paths, horse rides, and trains are also available to help you enjoy your experience.
Fushimi Inari-taisha, Japan
Fushimi Inari-taisha, or Shrine, is located in Kyoto, Japan. This is the head shrine of Inari, the Shinto god of rice and sake.
While the shrine itself is stunning, as well as the dozens of statues of foxes (the messengers of Inari), graveyards, and miniature shrines, many people visit Fushimi Inari-taisha for its path of 5,000 bright orange torii gates.
These gates have been featured in many movies, and offer a breathtaking experience.
Rainbow Mountains, China
The Rainbow Mountains are something you have to see to believe.
Comprised of layers and layers of different colored sandstone and minerals, these mountains look like a rainbow of vivid colors that include red, yellow, green, and blue.
The mountains are located in Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in China and are a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The world is full of color and inspiration. Everywhere you look in nature, there are vivid blues, greens, and more.
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