Puno is a city in southern Peru located next to Lake Titicaca, one of the largest lakes in South America and the highest navigable body of water in the world. The city is a regional commercial hub and is also considered the “folkloric capital” of Peru, for its traditional festivals with lively music and dance performances. Iconic sites include the Cathedral of Puno, an Andean Baroque style construction, and the 19th-century Yavarí steam ship (now a hostel). Its extension extends from the center town of Uros Chulluni to the northeast, the urban area of Paucarcolla district to the north, the urbanization Ciudad de la Humanidad Totorani to the northwest (road to Arequipa) and extends to the town center of Ichu to the south and the My Peru community to the southwest (road to Moquegua) discover this amazing part of Peru with the best team, Local Trekkers Peru
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