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Top 5 Cities in Central & South America: Readers' Choice Awards 2013

by CNTraveler. com.
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.
  • Mike Fildes

    Top five Cities in Central and South America. Cartagena, Colombia.

  • NE Luxury Travel Solutions

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  • Diane Opdebeeck

    Cartagena, visit the old part of the city, as well as the newer areas: "The old walled city is gorgeous, filled with so much history and is rich with culture" whereas the "new city skyline, shoreline and bay are breathtaking," a reader explained. "Everything from the people, the service, the beaches, the city itself"

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