Panama City is the most cosmopolitan capital in Central America. You can find many things to do in Panama City because is a vibrant metropolis and have a very active nightlife. Panama is a regional hub of trade and immigration.
Casco Viejo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Casco Viejo is a 346 year old Spanish colonial sector built in 1671. You can enjoy sea breezes and sweeping ocean and Panama City bay views. Just minutes from downtown, it's the top nightlife destination. Handsome historic buildings hold a variety of hotels, bars, rooftops, nightclubs and fine restaurants many with stunning 360 views of the Panama bay and the city.
Casco Viejo was featured in the James Bond Quantum of Solace film.
Bike on Amador Causeway
Amador Causeway is a 4km-stretch of road linking the islands of Naos, Perico and Flamenco to Panama City, was originally built in 1913. Constructed using rocks excavated from the Panama Canal. Dazzling views of Panama City's skyline and the entrance to the Panama Canal make it a scenic place for open-air activities. There's paths to walk , bicycle or jog.
The government has invested an amount of US $300 million in the area and rapid development has brought with it Frank Gehry’s Biomuseo and the Smithsonian’s Punta Culebra, along with a myriad of outdoor attractions.
Dinner in Panama City
Restaurants in Panama City are rated as one of the Top Ten Best Latin American cities for restaurants. Panama City restaurants offer a great variety cuisines for every price-range. Most restaurants are located in the business district, or historic Casco Viejo.
Rainforest in the City
Panama City has the only rainforest in the world within the city limits of a metropolis. Metropolitan Park is just a 20 minute drive from anywhere in the city. Enjoy panoramic rainforest and city views.