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Affectionally known as Sampa, the Brazilian city of São Paulo, the biggest metropolis in the country, has South America's largest and most culturally diverse population. Paulistanos, the name given to the city's inhabitants, make up an urban population of over 12 million souls (21+ million if counting Greater Sao Paulo). It's home to the largest Portuguese-speaking city in the world — around 50% of which holds full or partial Italian ancestry. Paulistanos are also natives to over 200 countries — including the largest concentration of people of Japanese descent outside of Japan.

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Cape Town's Victoria and Alfred (V&A) Waterfront is one of Africa's top tourist destinations. The oldest working harbour in the continent attracts 24 million visitors annually. It's not difficult to see why. The work, live, eat and play destination where the ocean meets South Africa's Mother City offers spectacular views of the iconic Table Mountain.

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With a population of nearly 25 million people, Shanghai is China's largest city. Boasting a rich ancient and contemporary history, modern architecture and river cities, Shanghai will have you wondering where to begin.

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If you're visiting one of the world's hottest tourist destinations, you want to know the best insider tips to make the most of your time. Mourad Mekhdjian, service director for Air Canada, was on the airline's inaugural flight to Dubai and has explored the city from every angle. Follow his priceless expert advice to navigate the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates, and get there in style with non-stop flights via Toronto on Air Canada's Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.

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I’ve always had a thing for art deco design. The chiseled and sophisticated geometric styles of building architecture, furniture design and art popularized during the roaring 1920s have a timeless modern flair. Walking into the grandiose lobby and Imperio bar of the Savoy hotel earlier this summer in Buenos Aires, Argentina was like walking back in time to the aftermath of the Belle Époque. Built in 1910, the hotel was renovated in recent years to mark its centenary.

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