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Explore These 10 Most Colorful Destinations In The U.S.
Who says you need to visit tropical islands or far away places to experience colorful destinations when traveling? The U.S. is filled with slept on destinations worth exploring that are vibrant and unforgettable.
These are the 10 most colourful destinations in the U.S.:
Take a trip to southern Massachusetts for over 14,000 acres of cranberry bogs. In the fall season, the cranberries are a splendid shade of burgundy. Travelers can learn about how the cranberries are harvested by taking a cranberry bog tour.
You can’t visit New Orleans without hitting up the French Quarter. The colorful homes, restaurants, hotels, bars, and shops are in abundance when walking along Bourbon Street.
If you’re into aesthetics and Art Deco, taking a trip to Ocean Drive in Miami should be on your list. The contrast of pastel and bright neon on hotels and homes are impeccable. This area is also the location of the former home of famous designer Gianni Versace.
Head to the Charleston Historic District to take in the beauty of Rainbow Row, home to 13 pastel-colored Georgian townhouses.
Artists began taking over this area in the 1970s which was once filled with factories and warehouses. Now, the area is known for its colorful street art and “cool kid” vibe.
Located in Yellowstone National Park, this spring is formed with hues of orange, yellow, and green. Grand Prismatic Spring is the third largest spring in the world and 121-feet deep. The colors alone are an impressive sight to see.
If you’ve watched the 90s sitcom Full House, you’ll recognize these houses from its opening credits. This row of Victorian-style homes is painted in shades of blue, purple, green, and yellow. It’s also one of the most photographed areas in San Francisco.
Flower and nature lovers, mark your calendars! The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival happens every April and its a chance to see over a million gorgeous tulips ranging in shades of red, orange, yellow, pink, and white!
Forming part of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, this wonder of Oregon visually appears to be painted with hues of orange, black, red, and tan. The colors are a result of the area once being a river floodplain.
Visit Bryce Canyon National Park to see gorgeous hoodoo rock formations in various shades of orange, red, purple, and white. To best enjoy the view, hiking to Sunrise Point!