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A Red Travel Guide to the World

Red, the first primary colour that everybody knows. It is often associates with love and passion, giving us a strong sense of energy, power and courage. This colour is noticeable and absolutely hard to miss. In this visual travel guide, we are going to take you to some places in the world and discover everything in red. Let's get started!



David Mach Sculpture "Out of Order", London, UK

The Iconic Red Telephone Boxes in London


It is not that difficult to find a red telephone box when you are in the UK, but the "Out of Order" sculpture work by artist David Mach is the only sequence of the iconic red telephone boxes in one place. This work has become one of the most signature landmarks of Kingston upon Thames in London. If you like art, as well as local culture, this is definitely a place that you shouldn't miss while you are there!


David Mach Sculpture "Out of Order" | 29a Old London Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1QP, United Kingdom


Bastion of the Vilnius Defensive Wall, Vilnius, Lithuania

Fascinating Red Brick of Defensive Wall in Vilnius Old Town


The Bastion of the Vilnius Defensive Wall is a fortification to prevent invading enemies in the 17th century. These red brick walls are now part of a history museum which feature underground tunnels, a variety of historic artefacts and interactive exhibits that allow visitors to experience the old times at the bastion during times of war. It is a wonderful site to visit if you are interested in the city's culture and history.


Bastion of the Vilnius Defensive Wall | Bokšto g. 20, 01126 Vilnius, Lithuania


Las Ventas Bullring, Madrid, Spain

"Be a Bullfighter" in Madrid


Bullfighting tradition undoubtedly plays an important role in Spain's cultural heritage. Although it is very controversial, it is still a great idea to understand more of its Spanish culture while you are in Madrid. Visit Las Ventas today and book a guided tour of the architecture; you will also be able to learn more about the history of this tradition and to experience how a bullfighter works. It is time to swing the red muleta to the bull like a pro!


Las Ventas Bullring | C. de Alcalá, 237, 28028 Madrid, Spain


Basel Town Hall, Basel, Switzerland

An Eye-catching Town Hall in Basel City Centre


When you are able to spot this building from a distance, you know you are not far away from Basel city centre. This very eye-catching Renaissance architecture is the Basel Town Hall; it is an iconic landmark in the city. The building is built with red sandstone, featuring a series of ornate towers and rooftop sculptures. The interior of the building is impressive, too. So, don't miss out the guided tour of the Basel Town Hall while you are there!


Basel Town Hall | Marktpl. 9, 4001 Basel, Switzerland


Tokyo Tower, Tokyo, Japan

A Red Version of the Eiffel Tower in Tokyo


The Tokyo Tower is famous for its distinctive red colour. It stands alone in the middle of a park. The tower is not only a communication hub for the city, but also an observation deck where you can find galleries, restaurants, shops and more. You will be able to see the skyline of Tokyo and Mount Fuji on the top deck. The tower glows bright in the dark as the lights turned on in the evening. It is beautiful, isn't it?


Tokyo Tower | 4 Chome-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0011, Japan


Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool, UK

All-in-One Travel Destination in Liverpool


Our favourite attraction in Liverpool goes to the Royal Albert Dock. The dockyard is surrounded with red brick buildings where you can find various shops, restaurants, museums and so on. It is a wonderful travel destination for travellers at all ages. It is totally free to simply walk along the waterfront dock and enjoy the views of the River. If you are travelling to Liverpool, this is probably the first place that you should go to!


Royal Albert Dock | 3-4 The Colonnades, Liverpool L3 4AA, United Kingdom

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