Need some colourful content for your Instagram page? Or perhaps you just fancy emerging yourself in a bold city that's bound to put a smile on your dial.


With the help of Booking.com, we've compiled a list of the most vibrant cities to inspire your next holiday. Whether you want to watch a bright sunset from a pure white beach in Rio, or explore the sensory overload of Jaipur, this list will help you inject some colour into your next trip.

Chefchaouen, Morocco

This incredible city has to be one of the top destinations when it comes to colour. Located in the beautiful Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen is a photographer's dream. The vibrant blue and white buildings will look as dreamy on your social media pages as they do in real life.

This striking city has plenty to offer travellers, with the nearby mountains providing a maze of valleys, streams and picturesque vistas. And don't forget to indulge in some of the equally colourful (and delicious) Moroccan food.

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Riad Gharnata. Photo / Supplied
Riad Gharnata. Photo / Supplied

Where to stay

: The beautiful

is located in the medina, right next to the famous square and markets, offering stunning views of the city. After a day exploring, guests can sit back and relax on the terrace with some traditional mint tea.

Jaipur, India

Colourful elephants in Jaipur. Photo / Supplied
Colourful elephants in Jaipur. Photo / Supplied

From the blue city to the pink city, the historical city of Jaipur is a gorgeous flood of terracotta pink buildings. This is thanks to the Indian Prince, Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh, who wanted to impress Prince Albert on his 1876 visit by colouring the city to represent warmth and welcome. There's plenty to take in, including the stunning City Palace, Pritam Niwas Chowk (a gateway to the square) and Jantar Mantar (a monument built by the Indian Prince Rajput king Sawai Jai Singh II).

SUJAN Rajmahal Palace. Photo / Supplied
SUJAN Rajmahal Palace. Photo / Supplied

Where to stay

: Try

for a spot of exotic Indian luxury. More of a palace than a hotel, this incredible stay offers guests an onsite bar, three restaurants and swimming pool.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Rainbow coloured houses in Buenos Aires. Photo / Supplied
Rainbow coloured houses in Buenos Aires. Photo / Supplied

The bright city of Buenos Aires, with its many rainbow coloured houses, will serve as the perfect 'Instagrammable' location. Take a trip to the Casa Rosada Pink Castle, become a Boca fan at the La Bombonera Stadium, or visit the folk market of Feria de Mataderos to find some new trinkets. With a vibrant music, art and food scene, being bored in this lively city would be a challenge.

Milhouse Hostel Hipo. Photo / Supplied
Milhouse Hostel Hipo. Photo / Supplied

Where to stay

: Stay in the heart of Buenos Aires at the trendy

, located in downtown Buenos. Guests will love the hostel's happy hours, live DJ and even tango classes. Wake up to tropical fruits and fresh pastries, and in the evening, enjoy an exotic cocktail (...or two) at the hostel's onsite bar.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen is known for cobblestoned streets and pastel townhouses. Photo / Supplied
Copenhagen is known for cobblestoned streets and pastel townhouses. Photo / Supplied

Take a trip to the quaint Danish city of Copenhagen to experience dreamy cobblestoned streets, pastel coloured townhouses, candlelit cafes and friendly locals. Stroll along the historic and picturesque Nyhaven waterfront, lined with colourful 17th and 18th Century townhouses. - or for another bright and magical experience, visit the iconic Tivoli Gardens, where you can take in fair rides, music and street food.

Factory Style Apartment. Photo / Supplied
Factory Style Apartment. Photo / Supplied

Where to stay

:

is a stylish loft space offering pet-friendly accommodation. Just 200 yards from Islands Brygge, under a mile from Tivoli Gardens and just over a mile from the neighbourhood of Christiania - this is the perfect base for your Copenhagen adventure.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro. Photo / Supplied
Rio de Janeiro. Photo / Supplied

Rio is renowned for its colourful party scene and also its colourful houses. Local towns have been transformed into pieces of art thanks to Dutch artists, Jeroen Koolhaas and Dre Urhahn. After exploring the colourful city scenes, make sure you head to the famous Copacabana Beach to catch some rays with a cocktail in hand - what more could you ask for?

Casa Geranio. Photo / Supplied
Casa Geranio. Photo / Supplied

Where to stay

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is a charming bed and breakfast with cosy rooms, located in a unique area of Rio, just 550 yards from Lapa's Arches (a water course built in the 18th Century to bring fresh water from the Carioca River). It has an outdoor pool with incredible views and a garden with fruit trees and birds - what a place to relax.