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  • 1

    Casco Viejo

    23 reviews

    I liked Casco Viejo, I won't say that I didn't. I will say that it's not a place where you need to spend more than a few hours. We walked around and saw the colorful buildings being restored, and then stopped for an extended break at a cafe in the central square, choosing to cool off with a mojito rather ...

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  • 2

    Miraflores Locks

    7 reviews

    You cannot come to Panama and not check out the Canal, and this is a great place to do it. It's about a half hour taxi ride from town (there are probably buses but I'm not sure) and you can walk into the visitor's center and watch the action go down. Boat enters locks, water floods locks, boat rises, boat ...

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  • 3

    La Rana Dorada

    6 reviews

    try snagging one of the outside tables. also have a branch at the entrance of the casco viejo

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  • 4

    Punta Pacifica

    5 reviews

    Hola??

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  • 5

    Panama Canal

    5 reviews

    Amazing

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  • 6

    Amador Causeway

    5 reviews

    The Amador Causeway juts out into the Pacific. There are several places to eat and enjoy the view of the Pacific as well as the Panama City skyline

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  • 7

    Cerro Ancon

    3 reviews

    To take in Panama City's panama views from Casco Viejo to Balbao to the ports to the bridges to the locks and canal, Cerro Ancon is another must visit designation in Panama City.

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  • 8

    Parque Natural Metropolitano de Panamá

    3 reviews

    This is a gem of a park, right in the middle of Panama City. We were in Panama mostly for business and didn't get a chance to get out of town and explore the jungle or the countryside, so we LOVED our morning in this park. If you want to see monkeys, try to arrive really early, but you have ...

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  • 9

    Iglesia de la Catedral

    3 reviews

    Stunning Colonial with Neoclassical architectural styles perfectly blend to make this incredibly picturesque cathedral, built between the 17th and 18th centuries. An incredibly beautiful snapshot!

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  • 10

    Relic Bar

    2 reviews

    cheap drinks, unpretentious ambiance. great place to hang out

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  • 11

    Costa del Este

    2 reviews

    Un lugar muy tranquilo para vivir!

  • 12

    Calle Uruguay

    2 reviews

    If you want a night out in Panama City, go to Calle Uruguay. It's only about a $3 cab from Via Argentina in El Cangrejo. There are several different bars and clubs around here. Check it out, it's a great place for expats and locals alike.

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  • 13

    Albrook Mall

    4 reviews

    This indoor mall offers a wide variety of discount stores and boutiques, as well as a food court.

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  • 14

    Multiplaza Pacific Mall

    3 reviews

    The Multiplaza Pacific commercial center is the newest and largest mall in Panama City.

  • 15

    Cafe Coca Cola

    2 reviews

    a classic. true panama here. check out the square outside full of iddle folks or playing dominoes. its called the park of the bored..

  • 16

    Mercado de los Mariscos

    2 reviews

    What an eye opener! The Mercado de los Mariscos (Panama City's Seafood Market) was built and established in collaboration with Japan and was modeled after the Tsukiji Market in Japan. The freshest (tastiest anyway) cerviche of MANY DIFFERENT types of seafood can be sampled here. Do come early to see the action since the market start to shut down in ...

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  • 17

    Havana Panama

    2 reviews

    This is a great Salsa dance club in Casco Viejo. Good drinks and live music.

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  • 18

    BioMuseo

    4 reviews

    Architect Frank Gehry makes his long-delayed Latin American debut in February with the multicolored, multi-angled BioMuseo, which tells the story of how the Isthmus of Panama changed the world (spoiler alert: species crossed continents; sea currents and weather, totally boggled). A walkway loops through the 13,000-square-foot museum’s eight galleries—five of which open in 2014—featuring such exhibits as “Worlds Collide,” where ...

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  • 19

    Puente de las Americas

    2 reviews

    The Bridge of the Americas crosses the Panama Canal near the Pacific side. I like bridges over famous landmarks.

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