It is located on the Andean plateau, the city of Puno is dominated by the presence of Lake Titicaca, sacred place of the Incas and populated by natural and artificial islands of Peru. Puno has prehispanic archaeological sites of circular constructions called from their origin chullpas, which attract tourism every year. Its churches are characterized by a marked colonial architecture. It is a town proud of its Quechua and Aymara past of folkloric tradition that overflows every year in dances and rites during the Virgen de la Candelaria Festival. Puno is a legend, multicolored party, populated by natural and artificial islands Location: It is located in the southern highlands of Peru, shares a border with Bolivia. It has a basically flat relief because a good part of the territory is in the Collao plateau. Extension: 71,999 Km2.Location in Puno Living culture and nature: For cultists of the experiential tourism, fans of archeology, admirers of religious monuments, collectors of handicrafts, enthusiasts of popular traditions, lovers of wild animals and adventure sports. Weather The climate of most places is cold and semi-dry, the rainy season starts in October and ends in April; however, in the province of Sandia, the climate varies from temperate to warm, with rainfall throughout the year. COLD AND SEMISECO Maximum temperature 14 ° C 57 ° F Minimum temperature 3 ° C 37 ° F Access roads ROUTE OF AERIAL ACCESS Regular flights from Lima to Juliaca (1 hour 40 minutes, direct) and Lima – Juliaca, with a stopover in Cusco (2 hours 40 minutes). ROAD OF TERRESTRIAL ACCESS Lima – Arequipa – Cabanillas – Juliaca – Puno: 1320 km (21 h). Cusco – Juliaca – Puno: 389 km (7 h) Arequipa – Saint Lucia – Cabanillas – Juliaca – Puno: 325 km (6 h) Tacna – Candarave – Laraqueri – Puno: 415 km (7 h) ROUTE OF FERROUS ACCESS: Cusco – Puno: 384 Km (10 hours).