Acora isn't the only place in Puno worth exploring; travelers should also set out to see the charms of the surrounding countryside, cities and cultural attractions. Roughly 18 miles (29 kilometers) away lies Puno. Head here to enjoy the Puno Plaza de Armas and Puno Cathedral.
Head outdoors and make a tour of Puno 's popular open-air markets, open-air museums and farms. To get a real sense of a place, it helps to peer back through the mists of time. Puno 's fine old traditional villages provide a wonderful starting point.
Why not take advantage of passionate locals keen to share their backyard with you and join a special interest tour? Guided nature walks, city walking tours and wildlife spotting tours are popular here.
Take the time to learn some Spanish and better communicate with the locals. Knowing how to use just a few practical sentences, such as "¿Querría bailar conmigo?", which, in English means "Would you like to dance with me?", will be sure to make your stay even more special. "Este caballero pagará por todo" means "This gentleman will pay for everything"
At the conclusion of your break, pack your traveling bag and wish Peru "Adiós" (farewell).