Life in color means different things in different places and these amazing destinations you might have to see with your own eyes to believe them. These destinations will intensify your wanderlust and make you think you're in a movie with the amount of bright colors and crazy designs.
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via: Getty ImagesThis place looks like a desktop screensaver from your teacher's computer in elementary school. These beautiful canyons can be found in Arizona and is a big tourist attraction for travelers. It's a guided tour through the underground canyons where you get to see geology in a whole new way.
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Chefchaouen, Morocco is home to the Blue City of Chaouen, right off the coast of the Mediterranean. Everything from the floor to the walls is painted blue, making it feel like you're walking through the sky. It will definitely brighten up your day.
via: Getty ImagesThese tulip fields are found in Holland and bring people from all over the world to gaze at the wide variety of colors in these flower fields. There are over 7 million flowers to see, and their best blossom is during the months of March and April. If you've got allergies, I would definitely bring a couple tissues.
St. Basil's Cathedral
via: Getty ImagesMoscow, Russia is a very colorful place, but St. Basil's Cathedral really raises the bar. This church is almost 500 years old and is so big, it is actually nine churches in one. Visitors come from all over to see its unique architecture and colorful paintings. Does anyone else think it kind of looks like the Magic Castle at Disneyland but more colorful?
Taichung, Taiwan is the place for all things rainbow. This little village was originally painted by a solider and his art just overtook the city streets.People travel from all over just to look at the artwork and walk the village streets to take it all in.
Seven Magic Mountains
via: Getty ImagesA fairly new exhibit located about 10 miles outside of Las Vegas, the Seven Magic Mountains add some serious color to the desert landscape, so much so that it feels like a weird mirage. This art piece was originally created to be on display for only two years, but visitors never stopped visiting and the city decided to keep it up for a bit longer. It's definitely a random, but amazing tourist destination.
Las Palmitas en Pachuca
via: Getty ImagesThis is the story of how art can make a beautiful difference for anyone. Las Palmitas en Pachuca is found in Hidalgo, Mexico and used to be known as one of the lowest income cities and filled with violence. In an effort to brighten up its reputation and bring its community together, an artist came in and painted the walls and streets of Las Palmitas with bright colors. Now this neighborhood is known for its beauty and art, which is the kind of story I think all of us need to hear.
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via: Getty ImagesA fisherman's city found in Italy, these bright little homes are often draped with flowers on their windowsills while tiny little boats bob up and down on the water. It feels like an old painting that has been brought to life. The next place is the perfect Instagram photo op.
via: Getty ImagesLittle India, Singapore is quite the show stopper when it comes to aesthetics. Filled with temples, mosques and churches that embrace beauty and art, this city has much to see and stand in amazement at on every corner. You're definitely going to need extra batteries for your camera to capture all the beauty here.
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Grand Prismatic Spring
via: Getty ImagesSometimes mother nature is the best artist. Located in the famous Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, this natural spring has some pretty unnatural colors. It is the largest hot spring in the U.S., stretching 370 feet wide and over 120 feet deep. All of the colors are natural and people come from all over to stare in amazement by its true beauty.