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15 Pink Places Around the World That Are Oh So Glam

If you’re as obsessed with the color pink as the rest of the world, you probably can’t get enough of this hue. Whether it’s on your bag, shoes, or the hue of a faraway lake in Mexico, finding something that is a beautiful shade of pink is the perfect way to liven up your day. Here are 15 pink places around the world to travel and see pink.

1. Pietro NoLita – NYC, USA

Pietro NoLita is a unique pink cafe in the upscale neighborhood of Nolita. Here you can treat yourself to some delicious food and pick up one of their fun T-shirts.

2. Petit Hotel Hafa – Sayulita, Mexico

Petit Hotel Hafa in Sayulita, Mexico is well known for its incredible pink decor and exudes a Moroccan vibe.

3. G Hotel & Spa – Galway, Ireland

This hotel, conceptualized by acclaimed designer, Philip Treacy, has become a hotspot thanks to its incredible pink lounge.

4. Sketch – London, UK

Sketch is possibly one of the most Instagrammed places in the city of London. This pink hotspot has developed a cult following thanks to its delicious afternoon tea.

5. La Muralla Roja – Calpe, Spain

La Muralla Roja is an architectural masterpiece designed by Ricardo Bofill. This pink residential complex draws inspiration from North African design and the geometry of the Greek cross.

6. Apeach Cafe – Busan, South Korea

Apeach Cafe is a striking, pink cafe that’s tucked away in the Kakao Friends flagship store in Busan, South Korea.

7. Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, Monaco

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This luxury resort in Monaco has an in-house casino, world-class spa and a Michelin-starred restaurant in addition to incredible views of the Mediterranean.

8. Pan y Pasteles – Madrid, Spain

People from around the world visit this quaint bakery to feast their eyes on its incredible art installation made up of over 12,000 pink wooden sticks hanging from the ceiling.

9. Craigievar Castle – Alford, Scotland

The National Trust owns this incredible pink castle in the east of Scotland. It is open to the public on certain days for tours.

10. MaMa Kelly Restaurant – Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Mama Kelly restaurant is not only known for serving the best lobster in the city, but also for its elegant pink-themed interiors.

11. The Pink Cave House – Santorini, Greece

This millennial pink house is a hidden gem among the pure white and blue hues of this beautiful Greek island.

12. Pink Street – Lisbon, Portugal

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My dad told me yesterday that I live with rose tinted glasses on. Oddly this is not the first time someone has said this to me. 🤔😄Judging by the tone in which it’s delivered I can only assume that it’s meant as a dig but due to my “syndrome” I choose to take it as a compliment. 😄Having two girls has done nothing to soothe my ailment. I now live in an actual fantasy world! And the rose tint has transferred from the glasses to the sheets, curtains and an entire wardrobe!!! I literally have a pink load of laundry every week. Here’s a pic of beautiful Lisbon. At sunset the city is painted in a magical golden pink hue. She (yes, Lisbon is a she) even has a pink street!!! Clearly my kind of place. 😉Now I must go, I’m late for a fairy party and my unicorn is outside waiting for me. 💕🦄🧚🏻‍♀️ This image is via @super_lisboa #lisboa #lisbon #portugal #travel #pink #pinkstreetlisbon #ruanovadocarvalho #rosetintedglasses #powerofpositivity #positivevibes #happy #joy #silverlinings #magic #truelove #fairytales #pink #unicorn #fairy #beautifulplaces #summer #holidays #photography #super_lisboa

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Lisbon’s iconic Pink street lined with shops, clubs, restaurants, and bars is a must visit for travelers.

13. Normann – Copenhagen, Denmark

Normann is a furniture store in Copenhagen that features some seriously glam pink interiors. It even has a millennial pink staircase!

14. Hitsujiyama Park – Chichibu, Japan

From late April to early May Hitsujiyama Park comes alive with Shibazakura blossoms that transform it into a pink wonderland.

15. The Don CeSar – Florida, USA

This iconic hotel dates back to 1928 and is classified as a National Historic Landmark. It exudes old-world glamour and elegance.

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