We pick you up at 9:00 am at any hotel within Panama City, Albrook Airport or Tocumen International Airport.
The order of sites of interest may change according to the transit schedule of vessels through the Panama Canal.
“Panama a Vieja” and “Casco Viejo”
Then we go to one of the most attractive points of the City known as Panama la Vieja (old city), sacked by the Pirate Henry Morgan in 1671.
We go with an expert guide to Casco Viejo also known as Casco Antiguo, founded in 1673. It is a popular location for its Spanish colonial architecture, parks and squares surrounded by homes that were once occupied by the French who started the Panama Canal.
The history of Panama is still preserved, proof of this is the Plaza de Francia, the Church of San José with its spectacular Golden Altar, the Arco Chato, the Paseo de las Bóvedas and the Cathedral, which are part of the World Heritage Site. .
Miraflores Locks Visitor Center
Around noon we will go to a restaurant in the town and then go to the Miraflores Locks Visitor Center in the Panama Canal, where we will see the ships passing through the locks, their elevation and descent over the sea. In addition to its operation, transit routes to the north and south.
The visitor center has galleries, rooms, simulators and a 4-story museum that show and exhibit the history of our canal, considered a super work of Engineering.
We continue with a visit to the Amador Causeway, known as the Causeway that connects three islands through modern roads ideal for walking, biking or simply sitting and admiring the sea.
The Amador Causeway over the years shows an incredible tourist development where you can buy handicrafts, eat a delicious dish or just walk around.
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