Burano, Venice, Italy
For a place so close to a city as iconic as Venice, any other town or village would be far too easy to be ignored in favour of the more popular city of Venice but Burano is so colourfully picturesque that it is one of the most popular places in Italy.
This is one those spots that is perhaps slightly less known but this town on the French Riveria is the stuff of summer dreams.
Sintra is quite simply the land of fairytales. We’re talking Disney castles, parks that look like mythical forests and some of the most stunning buildings in Portugal.
The Danish capital is one of those places that you’ll wanna visit for so many more reasons that just its colours! Food is amazing, people are friendly, there’s an amusement park smack bang in the city centre – and the one that inspired Walt Disney to create Disneyworld…
Cinque Terre, Italy
his is one of the most obvious spots to be included in a roundup of colourful places in Europe! The 5 towns are absolutely gorgeous in their own individual ways
This village on Italy’s Amalfi coast is all kinds of picture perfect! Cascading down a hill through to the seafront, Positano is a spot that pretty much enchants you as soon as you see it in photos and will have you wanting to come back…
Colmar is your French fairytale come to life! It’s every bit the way you’d imagine a French village to be (although it is actually a town) – right down to the quaint timbered houses and pretty little flowers.
Visiting Gdansk was one unexpected delight! Like, we arrived expecting to have fun and to be amazed but the city, was so much more than we’d initially anticipated.
Portmeirion, Wales, UK
If you’re looking for a spot of Italy in Wales (though not entirely sure why you would – surely one would just actually go to Italy for Italy and Wales for Wales), then Portmeirion is where you need to be.
The Swedish capital is another one of those places you visit for so much more than just the colours! This pretty city has so much to see and do when you visit.