1. Lake Titicaca , considered the highest navigable lake in the world, located at 3827 meters above sea level , is also considered a national reserve for its flora and fauna.
two. The floating islands of the Uros , made up of more than 40 floating islands, built by their inhabitants through the use of totora, an aquatic plant that grows on the surface of Lake Titicaca.
< p> 3. The Isla Amantaní , where you can do experiential tourism and learn about a culture with ancestral customs.
4. The Taquile Island , recognized worldwide for its textiles, an ancestral legacy recognized by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
5. The Chullpas de Sillustani , an archaeological complex located in front of the impressive Umayo lagoon, built with perfectly set stones, taking the shape of circular towers.
6. Festivity of the Virgen de la Candelaria , celebrated every year during the month of February, includes religious, festive and cultural activities. Declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.
7. Puno is considered the capital of Peruvian folklore for the great diversity of customs and festivities that include hundreds of dances, each accompanied by different types of music and colorful costumes.
8. Chucuito , known for being the City of Royal Boxes, where you can visit attractions such as the sundial, the stone pool, the Church of the Assumption, the Temple of Fertility, among others. < / p>
9. The Torito de Pucará , ceramic piece symbol of protection, happiness and fertility, considered as the guardian of Andean homes.
10. The Dreyer Museum , where various pieces from the Colla, Tiahuanaco and Inca cultures are preserved.