Attractions

Things to do in Panama City

Located on Avenida Vía España, one of the main thoroughfares of the city, and few steps from the metro station of Panama, you have access to the banking area, shopping centers, entertainment and tourist areas.

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  • Cinta Costera Distance:5 minutesFrom Hotel

    Cinta Costera

    Enjoy a relaxing, green open space without having to leave the city. Cinta Costera is a 35-hectare park and pathway running along the Bay of Panama from Punta Paitilla to Casco Antiguo.

    Enjoy a relaxing, green open space without having to leave the city. Cinta Costera is a 35-hectare park and pathway running along the Bay of Panama from Punta Paitilla to Casco Antiguo.

  • Casco Antiguo Distance:10 minutesFrom Hotel

    Casco Antiguo

    Located in the city’s southeast corner, Panama City's historic quarter features charming brick avenues and plazas with views of the city skyline and the Bahía de Panamá. Take a stroll and marvel at the beautiful mix of Spanish colonial, neoclassical, and art nouveau architecture and 300-year-old churches. Choose from an array of trendy restaurants, bars and shops. 

    Located in the city’s southeast corner, Panama City's historic quarter features charming brick avenues and plazas with views of the city skyline and the Bahía de Panamá. Take a stroll and marvel at the beautiful mix of Spanish colonial, neoclassical, and art nouveau architecture and 300-year-old churches. Choose from an array of trendy restaurants, bars and shops. 

  • Centro Natural Punta Culebra Museum Distance:20 minutesFrom Hotel

    Centro Natural Punta Culebra Museum

    The Center is a place where individuals can increase their awareness and appreciation of the different environments in a real experience teeming with sloths, iguanas and aquariums.

    The Center is a place where individuals can increase their awareness and appreciation of the different environments in a real experience teeming with sloths, iguanas and aquariums.

  • Panama Canal Interoceanic Museum Distance:10 minutesFrom Hotel

    Canal Museum

    Housed in a beautifully refurbished building was built in 1874 that once held the French Canal Company before it became the Panama City Post Office, this museum features artifacts and exhibits on the planning, construction and current-day operation of the Panama Canal.

    Housed in a beautifully refurbished building was built in 1874 that once held the French Canal Company before it became the Panama City Post Office, this museum features artifacts and exhibits on the planning, construction and current-day operation of the Panama Canal.

  • Afro-Antillean Museum Distance:15 minutesFrom Hotel

    Museo Afroantillano

    This former wooden church is home to a museum created to preserve the culture and heritage of Panama’s West Indian population. Through exhibits, photographs, tools and furniture it tells the tale of the lives and times and the Panama Canal’s black laborers.

    This former wooden church is home to a museum created to preserve the culture and heritage of Panama’s West Indian population. Through exhibits, photographs, tools and furniture it tells the tale of the lives and times and the Panama Canal’s black laborers.

  • Biomuseo Distance:15 minutesFrom Hotel

    Biomuseo

    Panama contains a stunning array of biodiversity and this museum, designed by iconic architect Frank Gehry, features world-class natural and scientific exhibits and a tranquil botanical garden.

    Panama contains a stunning array of biodiversity and this museum, designed by iconic architect Frank Gehry, features world-class natural and scientific exhibits and a tranquil botanical garden.

  • Cerro Ancon Distance:15 minutesFrom Hotel

    Cerro Ancon

    Rising to a height of 119 meters, Cerro Ancon is the highest natural point in Panama City. Take the 30-minute hike to the top of the hill to enjoy sweeping views of the city skyline. 

    Rising to a height of 119 meters, Cerro Ancon is the highest natural point in Panama City. Take the 30-minute hike to the top of the hill to enjoy sweeping views of the city skyline. 

  • Amador Causeway Distance:15 minutesFrom Hotel

    Amador Causeway

    Built from rocks excavated for the construction of the Panama Canal, the Amador Causeway is a roadway and walking path extending from the mainland to four small islands in the Panama Bay. From here you can watch ships enter the Panama Canal and pass beneath the Bridge of the Americas.

    Built from rocks excavated for the construction of the Panama Canal, the Amador Causeway is a roadway and walking path extending from the mainland to four small islands in the Panama Bay. From here you can watch ships enter the Panama Canal and pass beneath the Bridge of the Americas.

  • Mi Pueblito Distance:10 minutesFrom Hotel

    Mi Pueblito

    This cultural site is a must see, containing replicas of native thatched homes that were occupied by black Panamanians in the 1950s. You will also find gift shops, restaurants, courtyards, a pollera museum and a church.

    This cultural site is a must see, containing replicas of native thatched homes that were occupied by black Panamanians in the 1950s. You will also find gift shops, restaurants, courtyards, a pollera museum and a church.

  • Miraflores Lock Distance:20 minutesFrom Hotel

    Miraflores Lock

    Visit the Miraflores Visitor Center for the best way to experience the Panama Canal. In addition to an interactive museum, there are several viewing platforms and a great restaurant with panoramic views of the massive ships moving through the Canal.

    Visit the Miraflores Visitor Center for the best way to experience the Panama Canal. In addition to an interactive museum, there are several viewing platforms and a great restaurant with panoramic views of the massive ships moving through the Canal.

Via Espana, 111 Ciudad De Panama, Apartado 1753 Panama 1, Panama

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