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Travel tip: These 9 countries offer more bang for the buck

Shirley McMarlin
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SmarterTravel lists Argentina as one of nine countries where the U.S. dollar is strongest in 2019. Shown is a scene from the Camanito, a traditional street and outdoor art museum in the Argentinian capital, Buenos Aires.

If you’re looking for more bang for your international travel buck, SmarterTravel has a list of countries with the best exchange rates for the U.S. dollar. As an added bonus, seven of the nine countries listed are right here in the Western Hemisphere.

Whether you’re on a tight budget or just want to pay less for your luxuries, here are the destinations where the dollar is strongest right now:

• Argentina

• Canada

• Costa Rica

• Dominican Republic

• Egypt

• Mexico

• Peru

• Puerto Rico

• Vietnam

A member of the TripAdvisor family of websites, SmarterTravel provides expert travel tips, firsthand travel stories and other news to help travelers maximize their experiences.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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