Panama 011 (507) 6679-3444 |


Panama 011 (507) 6679-3444 |



  • Guided tour to best Panama City tourist spots
  • You will see both, the historic and modern Panama City
  • Guided by a well versed, educated, english speaking guide


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The city of Panama was founded in August, 1519, by Spanish conquistador Pedro Arias Dávila. On January 28, 1671, the original city (see Panamá Viejo) was destroyed by a fire when privateer Henry Morgan attacked the city. It was formally reestablished two years later on a peninsula located 8 km from the original settlement, today is know as Casco Antiguo.


Amador Causeway: A beautiful site where 3 islands were united with the mainland by using materials removed during the Panama Canal excavations.  You get to choose from several gourmet restaurants and enjoy the view of ships leaving the Canal and the city.

The Casco Antiguo: Also called San Felipe, it showcases a spectacular view of Panama City and visits to historic buildings such as San Jose Church, The National Theater, The Metropolitan Cathedral, The old Slave Market and the Old Spanish Prisons.

The Old Panama Ruins: A visit to the Old Panama Ruins, a strategic spot for the Spanish trade during colonial times (Old Panama Ruins are closed on Mondays).



Begins by picking up guests at the hotel in Panama city at 9:00 a.m., to take them on a circuit that will allow to visit above destinations. The tour will take about 4-5 hours.

WHAT DOES IT INCLUDE ? Transportation and bilingual guide.
WHO CAN GO ? Everyone.
WHAT SHOULD YOU TAKE ALONG ? Comfortable clothing and walking shoes, camera, cash for souvenirs.
WHAT SHOULD NOT BE BROUGHT ? Any object than can be lost such as valuables like jewels, large amounts of cash, etc.

USD $ 120.00 per person
Group leader will go free for a group of more than ten persons.

Year-round visit the Panama Canal Locks and Panama City tourist spots