Juliaca (Spanish: Juliaca, Quechua: Hullaqa, Aymara: Hullaqa) is the capital of San Roman Province in the Puno Region of southeastern Peru. It is the region's largest city with a population of 225,146 inhabitants (2007). On the Altiplano, Juliaca is 3,825 metres (12,549 ft) above sea level, is located on the Collao Plateau and is northwest of Lake Titicaca (45 km). It is the largest trade center in the Puno region.
Restaurants in Juliaca
4.5 based on 37 reviews
"The largest rubbish dump in Peru" led us as we traveled on the Andean Explorer to get out the camera's and await this place. Perhaps I am not being entirely fair with my rating but we were all stunned by what we saw...from the train it looked like a combination of 'Blade Runner' & 'Apocolypse now'.
From other reviews it seems to have a more positive aspect but for a truly interesting view go through by train.
4 based on 22 reviews
Nice small island off the peninsula. The setting was beautiful. The accommodations were basic but that was what I was expecting.
3 based on 10 reviews
This area sums to town up, it's completely disorganised. Probably because the town/city has grown so fast everything seems to be all over the place with no structure. So many shops seem closed as there is so much competition from newcomers in different parts of town, not really worth a stopover.
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