Catedral de Puno
On the western flank of the Plaza de Armas, Puno’s baroque cathedral was completed in 1757. The interior is more spartan than you’d...
Casa del Corregidor
An attraction in its own right, this 17th-century house is one of Puno’s oldest residences. A former community center, it now houses a...
All Ways Travel
Offers both classic and ‘non-touristy’ tours.
Smooth Jazz Bar
Absolutely nothing like its name implies, this tiny hole in the wall (holding 25 at a pinch) wins hearts for its phone-book-like list of...
This is Puno’s best cevichería (ceviche restaurant). The world holds little greater pleasure than swigging down beer in its sunny green...
Lonely Planet review
The go-to place for locals and travelers alike, Mojsa lives up to its name, Aymara for ‘delicious.’ It has a thoughtful range of Peruvian and international food, including innovative trout dishes and a design-your-own salad option. All meals start with fresh bread and a bowl of local olives. In the evening, crisp brick-oven pizzas are on offer.