Modern Panama City is a metropolis in which its tall and modern buildings, its wonderful department stores, its incredible mansions, hotels and casinos will take your breath away.
By night-time Panama City is full of energy and excitement, with unlimited options to having a good time. Whether it's a cultural night at the Theater or a night visiting restaurants, bars and clubs, you're going to have a great time.
The National Theater regularly schedules concerts, symphonies and operas. Folklore Dances including those by local ethnic groups. Other attractions include the Metropolitan Cathedral, The Canal Museum, Bolívar Plaza, the Presidential Palace, the Panama Canal, Summit Biological Garden, Soberanía National Park and the Metropolitan National Park
The Amador Causeway, a set of islands linked together near the Bridge of the Americas and the blue ocean is an excellent place for jogging, riding your bike or just walking.
The Metropolitan National Park is a tropical rainforest in which we can find over 200 species of wildlife.
Mi Pueblito is a living museum constructed near the Amador Causeway where country side traditions are re-enacted. Visitors can enjoy national dishes in the Restaurant, served in the traditional national plates.
Panama City's History District as well as the original site where the old Panama City was founded in 1519 has been declared a World Heritage Site. To learn more about this part of Panama's history, please click here.
*Source: Content and images Panama Tourism Board - www.visitpanama.com