Museo Carlos Dreyer
It is the most important museum in the city and was recently renovated, houses pieces of the Inca and Pre-Inca cultures. Highlighting the exhibitions of Sillustani.
Catedral de Puno
It is the main church or minor basilica and dates from the 18th century. On the side walls are paintings from different schools. (Cusqueña, Italian). The atrium has a staircase with ten steps that descend to the Plaza de Armas. The usual hours are from 8:00 to 12:00 and from 15:00 to 18:00
Mirador Manco Capac
Located to the west of the city, with an elevation approximately 45 meters high, on whose summit is the monument to the Inca Manco Capac founder of the Inca Empire. It is an ideal place to observe the whole city and the lake. Inside it has caves that according to legends is where the Inca Manco Capac had come to Cusco to found the Inca Empire.
Mirador El Condor
It is a recent work, located in the outskirts of the city from where you can get a view of the city from the south east side of the city.
It is a place where the costumes stop light for the feast of the Virgin of Candlemas in the month of February. It is a monument in honor of the Peruvians who fought in the battles of Junín and Ayacucho for Independence.
It is the most tourist street in the center of the city of Puno where you can find exchange houses, restaurants and craft shops.