Puno has some interesting tourist attractions, including the Puno Plaza de Armas and Puno Cathedral.
When it comes to getting the best from your holiday, it's worth remembering that Puno is merely the beginning; Puno has been blessed with a treasure-trove of natural sights, cities and towns. Isla Amantani and Juliaca are just two of the many other places worth visiting while you're in Puno.
Spend a day in the sunshine and fresh air and discover Puno 's open-air museums, farms and open-air markets. Spend a few hours exploring Puno 's history museums. These are good places to explore, particularly when the weather is unpleasant.
The Puno area provides travelers a number of relaxing pastimes, such as wildlife watching and bird watching.
Communicate with to local people in Puno, by familiarizing yourself with the Spanish language. Why don't you try "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" This translates to "Would you like to dance with me?" "Este caballero pagará por todo" ("This gentleman will pay for everything") is also useful.
When it's time to return to the familiarity of home, you'll be bidding this special place a fond Adiós (farewell).