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The Paris of the Southern Hemisphere, Buenos Aires is its own distinctive melting pot, a city of immigrants and diverse cultural influences. The most European city in South America, Buenos Aires is a bustling metropolis where you'll find cobblestone streets and Art Deco buildings in one neighborhood and sleek high-rises and contemporary skyscrapers in another. Known for its late nights and tendency to charm visitors away from their home countries, Buenos Aires is equally in touch with its past and present, despite the fact that things are creeping back to pre-economic crash levels of costliness. And while tango and steaks might be your initial reason for booking a ticket, Buenos Aires’ hidden cafes, burgeoning independent arts scene and beautiful, gregarious locals will certainly prompt a desire to extend your vacation — perhaps indefinitely.