Panama City

Things to Do & Attractions in Panama City

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Panama Canal

4.5 star rating: Recommended 325 Reviews

In 1914, when the first ships sailed through the Panama Canal and directly into the history books, a route for ships that united two oceans was unlocked, ...  Read more

Amador Causeway

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 106 Reviews

Palm-lined Amador Causeway is famed for the fantastic views of Panama's skyscraping downtown, a yacht-strewn panorama across the Panama Bay to the graceful ...  Read more

Metropolitan Cathedral

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Located on the Plaza Catedral in the Old City, the Metropolitan Cathedral is one of the most interesting tourist points in the area., as it showcases ...  Read more

Miraflores Locks

4.5 star rating: Recommended 222 Reviews

It is a mesmerizing scene, the massive machinery - some 700 tons of it, reinforced against the mighty Pacific - of iconic Miraflores Locks in operation. It is ...  Read more

Casco Viejo

4.5 star rating: Recommended 149 Reviews

Panama City's oldest surviving neighborhood is also its most defensible, a tejas-tiled cluster of primly painted colonial buildings at the tip of a heavily ...  Read more

Monkey Island

4.5 star rating: Recommended 22 Reviews

This popular excursion offers a festive excuse to explore a bit of the Canal, visiting an island that has been "taken over" by four species of monkey: ...  Read more

Soberania National Park

4.5 star rating: Recommended 14 Reviews

Learn about the plants and animals of Panama at Soberanía National Park, a tropical forest just 20 minutes outside of Panama City. Located on the east ...  Read more

Gatún Lake

4.5 star rating: Recommended 11 Reviews

The glistening, artificial heart of the Panama Canal, Lago Gatún covers what was once the fertile Chagres River Valley, until 1907 home to scores of small ...  Read more

Punta Culebra Nature Center

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

This outdoor museum is located on an island at the end of the Amador Causeway, a four-mile-long road on a strip of land made from soil and rock that was ...  Read more

Afro-Antillean Museum (Museo Afro-Antillano de Panama)

The popular Panama Interoceanic Canal Museum may showcase the history, politics and influence of French and American workers who helped construct the Panama ...  Read more

Ancon Hill

Visible from nearly anywhere in Panama City, Ancon Hill stands proudly above everything else in an otherwise flat region, with its immense flag flying high. ...  Read more

Barro Colorado

This was once a jungled mountaintop overlooking the Chagres River Valley, which was flooded, beginning in 1907, by Lake Gatún as part of the Panama Canal. ...  Read more

Bayano Lake Caves

Sparkling like a jewel at the edge of the enormous Darién wilderness, tranquil Bayano Lake was created in 1976 and has been a scenic escape from the big ...  Read more

BioMuseo

In a country with so much biodiversity, it’s not surprising to see a museum dedicated to the natural marvels found here. The 4,000-square-meter BioMuseo was ...  Read more

Bridge of the Americas

The Bridge of the Americas spans the Panama Canal, which is perhaps the most important public works project in history. Made of steel and reinforced concrete, ...  Read more

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