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Top 5 Cities in Central & South America

Condé Nast Traveler readers voted Buenos Aires, Argentina the number one city in Central and South America. Read about all of the best hotels, resorts, airlines, and cruise lines in the world in our Readers' Choice Awards 2013.
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Culture: 74.6 Friendliness: 73.3 Atmosphere: 80.1 Restaurants: 82.5 Lodging: 84 Shopping: 79.2 Thanks to its numerous malls, Singapore is considered by many to be a "shopper's paradise" but our readers also say you shouldn't miss out on the "architecture, culture and amazing public art." And of course, there's the food. "The melding of cultures, cuisine and natural beauty is evident in every area of the city," as one reader put it.

Culture: 74.5 Friendliness: 78.2 Atmosphere: 81.8 Restaurants: 64.9 Lodging: 73.1 Shopping: 43.9 This "nice medium-sized town" in Southern Brazil reminded one of our readers of "the U.S. in the early '60s." Our readers rave that the people of Paraty are "unbelievably welcome and friendly."

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Culture: 81 Friendliness: 69.4 Atmosphere: 74.5 Restaurants: 81.2 Lodging: 76.3 Shopping: 61.4 An ecstatic reader described Buenos Aires "the city of love and romance, of extreme pleasures from music to theatre and from architecture to food.

Culture: 87.3 Friendliness: 84.3 Atmosphere: 90.9 Restaurants: 73.1 Lodging: 80.3 Shopping: 68.4 The atmosphere in this "dynamic" small Vietnamese city launched it to the No. 2 spot; readers fell in love with the "colorful houses and old mansions," which "felt like walking in a movie."