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.

Casco Viejo

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. 

Bridge of the Americas

Panama Canal

Amador Causeway

Punta Paitilla

Cinta Costera

Ancon Hill

Selina Casco Viejo