Panama City, Panama isn’t simply the capital of Panama, 🇵🇦 it’s the center of the nation! Panama City is an extremely various and dynamic metropolis to go to! In this Panama Travel Vlog we discover Panama City with you beginning in Panama Viejo, Old Panama the place it al began. Here we tour the ruins and study all concerning the historical past of Panama City earlier than touring over to Casco Viejo/Casco Antiguo, Panama. Casco Viejo is the place the town moved to in 1674 and for a while was all the metropolis – all its residents lived right here earlier than city growth started sparked by the constructing of the Panama Canal. Casco Viejo is now thought of the hippest place in Panama City! We additionally take a stroll down the Cinta Costera testing some extra Panama City Neighborhoods earlier than studying about Panama City’s metro! Panama City has actually shocked us by way of its historical past, tradition, structure and other people. If you’re searching for issues to do in Panama City we hope this Panama Travel Guide helps you out when planning your journey right here! #panama #panamacity

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