On the southern part of South America, the continental surface of Argentina stretches roughly 2.8 million square kilometers across five different countries, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Drake Passage. With a population density of around 16.3 inhabitants per square kilometer, it is one of the least populated countries in Latin America, and yet one of the most internationally visited by tourists in the region. Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital, is also one of the leading city destinations in the region, as well as the major point for air travelers entering the country.
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