Puno: Quiet and Small

My reason for coming to Puno were Lake Titicaca and the Uro islands. Therefore I had put aside half a day only to explore the town itself. Even though there’s a decent number of people living here, it is a small, quiet town centred around a square, with a main street with shops, restaurants and the likes heading north a few blocks. I was there on a weekend, so maybe it’s busier during the week, but for some reason I don’t think so. Not having any particular plans in mind, I asked the hotel for a place to get a great view of the lake, and I was recommended to head for the arch that can be spotted on a hill a short walk from the main square. Turned out there was a basketball tournament in play there, with kids and their families having a good time. So in addition to finding a great viewpoint, I got to hang out with the locals too. Perfect fun!

Other things to do: Puno tips

Website: munipuno.gob.pe

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6 thoughts on “Puno: Quiet and Small

  1. The slideshow looks fabulous in your article, it is very eye catching. Hanging about with the locals is always fun and usually the best way to get a feel for the town. #FarawayFiles

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