The 37 best cities in the world in 2021

(Time Out) Buenos Aires: What makes us great: Whether you want to devour your own weight in steak, sip skin-contact wine or dance all that off to tango (or all three), Buenos Aires is bursting with late-night gratification. Though the city has not yet bounced back to its pre-pandemic buzz, BA was still voted the world’s second-best for nightlife. A drawn-out six-month lockdown was tough for Porteños, but 62 percent still think it’s a great place to ‘discover ‘new things’, like taking alfresco merengue or boxing classes in the city’s 1,000-plus squares and parks, or helping cultivate urban gardens (one organisation created 180 during the pandemic).

If only all cities had: Free admission to museums and cultural centres. This inclusive approach to the arts means it doesn’t cost a penny to get into world-class exhibitions at many cultural hubs like the CCK. Little wonder, then, that 86 percent of people gave BA top marks for its culture. —Sorrel Moseley-Williams

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