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  • 1 Lake Titicaca Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    PE - Puno

    Lake Titicaca, an immense expanse of water (over 8,500km2) at an altitude of nearly 3,800m, between Peru and Bolivia, straddles mountains and plains, offering a magical vista. A myriad of fish and birds has found refuge among its reeds and rushes (to..

  • 2 Puno Cathedral Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Plaza de Armas PE - Puno

    Edified by the 18C Jesuits, Puno cathedral, characteristic of crossbred Baroque, boasts a finely carved portal alternating pagan (mermaids playing the charango, sun, moon) and Christian motifs. The spacious, uncluttered interior is home to a silver-p..

  • 3 Museo Carlos Dreyer Interesting

    Museums and art

    Conde de Lemos 289 PE - Puno

    The Museo Carlos Dreyer, opposite a handsome wooden balcony (1668), which adorns a house where Count Lemos is said to have stayed and now the property of the town, was bought on the death of the German artist Carlos Dreyer (1895-1975), who painted la..

  • 4 Sillustani Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    PE - Puno

    This fascinating testimonial of the funeral rites of the Collas, one of the many pre-Incan (9C-15C) civilisations, ranging from mummies, accompanied with dishes and objects, all of which in amazing towers (or chullpas) to flawlessly assembled stones,..

  • 5 Uros Islands Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    PE - Puno

    A multitude of tiny artificial floating islands, built out of bits of wood, reeds, plants and roots from the lake, are the home to the families of these islands. Such is the amazing sight that confronts the visitor on arriving at the Uros Islands. Th..

  • 6 Island of Amantaní Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    PE - Puno

    The inhabitants of the island of Amantaní grow cereal crops and a few vegetables, raise cattle and weave baskets. Quieter and more authentic than its neighbours, this island has no lack of pleasant surprises. You will discover a few vestiges of the T..

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