Panama Canal

The Panama Canal is a man-made canal that spans the Panama Isthmus and links the Atlantic and Pacific seas.


The Biomuseo is a museum dedicated to Panama's natural history, whose isthmus was very recently formed in terms of geologic time.

Panama Viejo

Old Panama, often referred to as Panamá Viejo or Panamá la Vieja, is the portion of the old Panama City that has survived.

Casco Viejo

Known for its nightlife in Panama City, Casco Viejo is a booming hotspot with beautiful historic buildings, great restaurants, and cafes.

F&F Tower

The F&F Tower, formerly the Revolutionary Tower, is an office structure situated in Panama City, the country's capital.

Soberania National Park

Due to the park's wealth of bird species—about 525 different bird species may be observed here—birdwatchers are drawn to it in large numbers.

The Cathedral

In the Casco Viejo historic neighbourhood, there is a Roman Catholic church called Church of Saint Francis of Assisi.

Iglesia Del Carmen

One of the most breathtaking buildings in the nation is the Gothic landmark Iglesia Del Carmen (Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmen), located in the centre of Panama City.

Einstein’s Head

An iconic statue in Panama City, the head of Albert Einstein, is located here. Carlos Arboleda, a sculptor, built the memorial.

The Miraflores Locks

Miraflores Locks For westbound ships from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean, this is the final lock in the Panama Canal.