Panama is famous for the Canal: a marvel of engineering that joins the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean and plays a vital role in the fate of international trade. The country boasts a vibrant modern capital city, one of the richest ecosystems on Earth, lush jungles, pristine beaches, bountiful archipelagos, indigenous tribes and wonderful Unesco colonial sites.
A marvel of engineering
Archipelagoes and beaches
Welcome to paradise
Meet the natives
With 70 skyscrapers, Panama city boasts an impressive skyline. Driven by a double digit economic growth and a ferocious attraction of foreign capital, the capital city of Panama quickly turned itself into the “Dubai of Central America”. To face this incredible expansion, real estate developers now have to construct artificial land over the Pacific ocean. Panama City is one of the safest cities in Latin America.
Unesco Colonial sites
Panama has an abundance of Spanish colonial sites that will transport you back in time with fascinating stories of conquest, gold transit and pirate attacks. Portobello, the fortress of San Lorenzo, Panama Viejo and Casco Viejo – to name just a few – are stunning sites and part of the Unesco World Heritage.
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