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More European than South American in flavor, Buenos Aires' heart boasts bustling streets, grand avenues, old-time cafes and stylish restaurants. It's a city of tragedy and elation; a vibrant, cosmopolitan capital where locals are renowned for their flair and cockiness, even in times of adversity.
Braslia, the capital of Brazil, is a planned city. Inaugurated in 1960 in the Central Highlands of Brazil, it is a masterpiece of modernist architecture listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and attracts architecture aficionados worldwide. Brasilia is also an important transportation hub for travel within Brazil.
Braslia is unique. A Unesco World Heritage Site, it's a major example of the 20th century's modern movement in architecture and urban planning. Look at Oscar Niemeyer's monuments as part of a bigger picture that includes the deep blue sky, the overall city layout and the time of day.
Santiago de Chile is a modern metropolis with a shiny face and has one of South America's most dynamic economies. At the same time, struggling street vendors board city buses to hawk everything from pins to ice cream, and housemaids ride for hours to scrub floors and change nappies in exclusive suburbs.
First and foremost, smog-blighted Santiago is a city of commerce, but there are rewards for the patient traveler - its thriving culinary and artistic enclaves are a joy to discover, and less than an hour away are world-class ski resorts, famous beaches and the colorful port city of Valparaso.