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Panama City's skyline.
Welcome to Panama City.
From urban skyscrapers to dream beaches...
...the contrasts of the city make it unique.
A camera, sunglasses, and some spending money - you don't need much more to enjoy a relaxed city tour through Panama.
Interact the people of Panama and watch unique scenes like this.
Bright colors represent the city's picturesque atmosphere.
Do it like the locals and find a place in the shade to bask in Panama City's rich skyline views.
The Panama Canal: After ten years of construction, the waterway was put into operation for the first time in 1914.
The ships reach their destination faster and cheaper than if their voyage were over Cape Horn at the tip of South America, thousands of kilometers away.
Watch unforgettable sunsets.
Dive into the city's history
An enriching cultural experience
Learn about the Panama Canal!
You have just arrived in the enthralling Panama City, but don't know where to start? Then this city tour is just the thing for you. Join us for an adventure to the most exciting and most breathtaking locations in the city.
In the morning, your Panama City tour begins! Remember to recharge your camera the night before and pack a small bag in case you need something during the day. Located on the famous Panama Canal, Panama City is an enchanting backdrop of skyscrapers, noble villas, and verdant hills that shape the city’s skyline.
The tour begins with a visit to the ruins of Panama Viejo. Nestled just outside the city, the first settlement from the 16th century (closed on Mondays) will teach you a lot about Panama City’s culture. Along the banks of the river, you will head to the old town of Casco Antiguo, where you can see unique buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries. The San José Church, with its magnificent gold altar, belongs to this group.
Afterward, continue to the Amador Causeway to enjoy stunning views of Panama City’s skyline. Take this opportunity to capture unforgettable photos of the vibrant landscape.
Finally, what would Panama be without a visit to the Panama Canal?
The next stop is the Miraflores Locks, where you can get a first glimpse of the canal's operation and dimensions. From the terrace, you will get a unique view of the locks and the ships that pass the locks on their way to the Pacific or Atlantic.