Puno celebrates 350th anniversary: What to do and where to go
The south-Peruvian city of Puno is known for its proximity to Lake Titicaca and is said to be the capital of Peruvian folklore. This can be seen during the various celebrations of saints when locals dress up in traditional costumes to dance and to play their century-old regional songs. Soon there is a new reason for a celebration: on November 4th, 2018, Puno celebrates it’s 350 anniversary.
This special event both locals and travelers the chance to get engaged in the unique culture of this colonial city. (more…)