A stronger U.S. dollar makes a stronger case for going abroad in 2017. Though traveling remains expensive in some foreign ports, the dollar has begun to catch up or even surpass currencies that once left travelers with empty wallets and even emptier stomachs. As we enter the new year, now might finally be the time to grab your passport and see the world. You might even have enough money left to buy a souvenir or two. From Argentina to Switzerland, here's where you can get the most out of international exchange rates.

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