Color is attractive. It automatically draws your eyes towards it. It makes everything so much more beautiful. For this very reason, some places are much more of a visual treat than others – just by virtue of the multitude of colors they contain. Below- not in any particular order – are listed some of the most colorful places in the US. Travel through air miles and visit these places on your next holidays. You’ll be left in complete awe.

Skagit Valley, Washington

In Northwestern Washington, this valley has an annual tulip festival which is attended by hundreds of thousands of people. Its colors and flowers are enough to give the Dutch Flower valleys some serious competition

Chinatown, San Francisco California

The largest Chinatown outside of Asia, the vibrant lanterns and neon signs lighten up this place superbly and the atmosphere gives a really authentic Asian feel. You’ll think you’re in an actual Hong Kong street. Very colorful at night and a must visit.

South Beach, Miami Florida

Known for its avid nightlife, this neighborhood is for those who just want to party and with true style. Experience what you’ve seen in Miami set movies come alive as you drive along Ocean Drive in Miami. The colors are vibrant even during the day, but the shops reveal themselves proper at nighttime.

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

With a very unique geological structure, Bryce Canyon is not actually a canyon rather a collection of giant natural amphitheaters. Geological details aside, the bottom line is that is beautiful and a haven for hikers. The evening Sun hanging low in the sky makes for quite a sight.

Fairbanks, Alaska

This place is one of the most reliable places to see the ethereal Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights). While they may not be colorful in the strict term, their aura and the atmosphere is more than enough to outshine most places.

Salt Ponds of San Francisco

These colorful flats of green, yellow and red brighten up the grey area of San Francisco Bay. From the sky they are a spectacular sight to see. The colors are caused by a mixture of water, salt, algae and bacteria.

White River National Forest in Colorado

At the heart of the Rocky Mountains, this National Forest spans a massive 9251 square kilometers and is colorful all year round. The Fall being especially beautiful. A top camping and hiking location, this one is for the adventurous at heart.

Papakolea Beach, Hawaii

One of only four green sand beaches in the world, this particular beach hence is a level above your other beaches. The olive hue of the sands is due to remnants of a volcanic cinder cone. With a variety of hawaii vacation rentals to rent during your stay, you can see this beach as well as many others on the beautiful islands of Hawaii.

Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming

This spring located in the Midway Geyser Basin is the world’s largest hot spring and is known for it visually striking rainbow effect.

Washington DC

During the spring, the cherry blossom festival brings the white marble monuments of the capital alive as they reflect the explosion of the blossoms around them.