This secret gem is near Lake Constance, and it has a beautiful view of the snow-covered Alps and lush green fields.
In 2012, Sexta Feira placed hundreds of colorful umbrellas in Aveiro area to bring joy to the city.
Cuba's Havana is noisy. Its streets are filled with music, yelling, bells, and singing. From its ancient American vehicles to its Moorish-inspired architecture, it's loud.
Colorful residences line Burano's charming streets. The municipal administration strictly enforces Burano's decades-old tradition of painting dwellings brilliant colors.
Even though it hasn't always looked like it does now, you can find its colorful streets inside Prague Castle.
Quinquela Martin, an Argentine painter, wanted La Boca's enterprises to be brightly colored. Thus, the prismatic Caminito walkway was built.
All of the shops and houses are painted a milky white color, and all of the wooden staircases, windows, and doors are painted blue.
Chefchaouen is a city in Morocco that has been called the "Blue Pearl of Morocco" because there are so many cool shades of blue everywhere.
It's not really a "street." But the natural scenes that can be found all over Japan's cities are a big part of the country's culture and identity.
Dubrovnik is one of the world's best-preserved towns from the Middle Ages. On the streets of Old Town, you won't see many bumps, cracks, or spots.