If you have not decided yet where to spend your next vacation then take a look to those destinations. Stunning cities with monochrome buildings and colorful atmosphere will definitely inspire you.
Jaipur, called the Rose City, is the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan, which is lost somewhere in the middle of the desert. All the buildings in the city founded in 1727 by Sawai Jai Singh II. The buildings made of pink sandstone which gave to the city a special charm and became a destination for tourists.
Marrakesh is a former capital of Morocco and the fourth largest city in the country after Casablanca. If you like oriental fairy tales then you should visit Medina which is the oldest part of the city and has the image of the good old Marrakech. Here you can find houses made of red clay with a characteristic shade as well as eastern markets and other attractions.
This Italian city located in the Emilia-Romagna region. All buildings have a terracotta and marble shades and the streets is so convenient that even a small child will not be lost in the city. In the city is the University of Bologna opened in 1088 – the elder among universities in the world. Therefore, in the city often you can meet many students hurrying in the morning to the lecture and in the evening to the bars, to take a glass of “Aperol Syringe”.
The yellow city is located in the Mexican state of Yucatan, 66 kilometers from the , the city of Merida. This is a charming place where all buildings are painted in a pleasant yellow shade, and on the streets you can find carriages and tricycles. In 2000, the population of the city was about 15,000 people and today Izamal is one of the most popular destinations, where crowds of tourists from all over the world come annually to learn more about the preserved traditions of the Maya.
Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia
This is a place that should be visited at least once in life. Sidi Bou Said is Tunisia’s most beautiful and most romantic city. It is not for nothing people call blue and white :all the buildings in the city are white and all the windows, shutters, grilles and gates are sky blue. It is an elegant village where the blue and white houses jostle with each other on the hillside, facing the sea.
Chefchaouen also known as Chaouen is another amazing city, impressive with its blue, located in the north-west of Morocco and is the main city of the province. Blue has a strong symbolism in the city when Spain expelled its Jews in 1492, and many of them fled to the Middle East. The contingent settled in Morocco. The Jewish community of Sefardi, who settled in Chefchaun, brought them the tradition of painting everything blue.