Greece Morrocco Travel


Last updated on January 13th, 2018


#1- Chefchaouen, Morrocco

This city is not only a pretty blue one but it also is one with a deep rooted history. In 1930, there were many Jewsih refugees fleeing the opression of Hitler  and decided to paint the city in blue to remind them of the sky, the heavens and the freedom that can one day exist.

#2- Jodhper, India 

Jaipur is known as the Pink City, but some say that the Blue City is more blue than the Pink City is pink.
With a name like “the blue city”, it is no surprise that the city of Jodhpur, about 5 hours from New Delhi, makes this list. If you ask a local why all the houses are painted, the usual reply is that the color keeps the interiors cool and fends off mosquitoes. Yet if this truly worked then it would be quite likely that the whole subcontinent would be awash in various hues of indigo! Whatever your reason is Jodhpur, we can get behind it. So charming

#3- Santorini, Greece


Probably the most known from this list, is the romantic white and blue landscape of Santorini, Greece. Popular with honeymooners and partiers a like-on this island it is quite easy to spot the colour blue on the rooftops, doors and of course in the water of the many beaches

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