Ahoy nomad 🦜 In this blog post, I will show you the best spots I went through in my 3-day journey in Panama. One of Central America’s most globalized capitals is Panama City. I recommend that you plan your stay in Panama City for at least 3 days because there are many enjoyable things to do here. Honestly, I would’ve stayed 2 more days to go via boat on San Blais island which I heard is one of the best spots to go, but when I went, I was lucky to get 2 bank holidays in a row and no available routes.
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Casco Antiguo, also known as Casco Viejo, or the ‘old quarter,” is Panama City’s historic district. Considered a UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Site, the district dates back to 1673, and features vibrant plazas and picturesque brick-paved streets surrounded by colorful buildings. The area is ideal for walking, discovering history and enjoying a variety of fine cuisine. Come for some of the city’s best gastronomy, culture and photo ops, and stay to mingle with the locals in the heart of the nightlife scene.