Though most beach resorts are made for relaxing, Acapulco has nonstop, 24-hours-a-day energy. Back in the days when there was a jet set, they came here.
Whether you're looking for designer fashion, exquisite cuisine, or nightlife that doesn't stop, Buenos Aires leaves little room for disappointment.
|Cabo San Lucas|
Cabo's been a hot spot for 70 years, from its start as a golden-age sportfishing mecca in the 1950s through the 1980s party era of a million spring breakers.
No matter how high-rise this city gets with all-inclusive megaresorts and supermalls, it's the beach that puts it on the map.
With a well-deserved reputation for violence and danger, Caracas is a daunting city for many travelers. It is still one of the more cosmopolitan cities in Latin America, with vibrant business, social, and cultural scenes.
In Mexico City, along with city sophistication, you also find riots of color, a constant background of music, and an endearing mix of the majestically ancient with the irresistibly new.
Thanks to its simple pleasures and sophisticated charms, Puerto Vallarta offers both the best of Mexico's natural beauty and an authentic dose of its vibrant culture.
|Rio de Janeiro|
Say "Rio" and mental images explode: Carnaval; the statue of Christ the Redeemer; white-sand beaches; the granite grandeur of the Sugarloaf; and sultry samba rhythms.
Ecuador's capital, Quito, sits on a long, level plateau in a valley between towering Andean peaks. It is a city of striking beauty and stark contrasts.
|San Jose, Costa Rica|
San José enjoys springlike temperatures year-round and its location in the Central Valley makes it both stunning and convenient as a base of exploration.
Chile's capital is more than one a jumping-off point to more popular locations such as Patagonia or the Lake District - it is the civic, cultural, and historical nucleus of the country.
Visitors to São Paulo get all the benefits of a sophisticated, cosmopolitan city -- fine restaurants, boutiques, high-end art galleries, and a dynamic nightlife scene.