|Tour Cusco to Puno by Bus + Peruvian Cuisine||Visit Puno from Cusco and marvel at the landscapes along the way.||$65.00|
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 "folk 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 steamboat (now a hostel).
The most popular attractions to visit in Puno are:
The best day trips from Puno according to travelers from Machupicchu Center are:
Rainy Season (November - March), rainy weather with a T-min. of 10C ° and a T-maximum of 21C ° the% of Humidity 56%.
Low season (April - October), Dry climate with a T-min. of 7C ° and a T-maximum of 20C ° the % of Humidity 40%.
Between the months of April to October, at night the temperature drops considerably, in the early hours of the morning the temperature rises gradually until after noon.
The altitudes shown below are represented in meters above sea level (masl), depending on the city in which you are located.
City of Puno, altitude of 3852 meters above sea level
Sillustani, altitude of 3850 masl
City of Pucara, altitude of 3865 meters above sea level