Panama is a beautiful town

Panama is a beautiful town

The Hyatt Place Panama City Downtown is one of the best hotels in Panama, with all the amenities you look for to have a pleasant stay.

The tour includes the visit to old quarters of Casco Viejo, the observation deck of the Cathedral, the banking sector, Independence Square, the Cathedral, Las Bóvedas – the restaurant on the Square of France, a panoramic view of the city and the entrance to the channel from the Pacific Ocean, Plaza Bolívar Square and the National Theatre.

City Tour and Canal

The tour includes the visit to old quarters of  Casco Viejo with a short look at the local museum, Independence Square, the Cathedral, Plaza of France, Las Bóvedas restaurant, Plaza Bolívar, lunch in the city, a visit to the Miraflores locks on the Canal, short drive and history of previous U.S. military territories in Albrook. Visiting handicrafts market, administration building and Amador causeway - tourist Mecca of the capital of Panama.


that runs through the National Park Soberania, stop to explore the ancient part of the “Cross Roads” (Camino de Cruces). A visit to the town of Portobelo. Lunch in the restaurant with traditional food.

El Valle + Canopy tour

 A walk through the jungle, accompanied by experienced guides and naturalists. In the end of the walk begins adventure Canopy: after proper orientation and safety measures, tourists move through 
the crowns of trees, using blocks that slide on steel cables.


Spanish is the official language of Panama. The Spanish spoken in Panama is known as Panamanian Spanish. About 93% of the population speak Spanish as their first language, though many citizens who hold jobs at international levels, or who are a part of business corporations speak both English and Spanish. Native languages, such as Ngäbere, are spoken throughout the country, mostly in their native grounds. Over 400,000 Panamanians hold their native languages and customs. Some new statistics show that as second language, English is spoken by 8%, French by 4% and Arabic by 1%. 


Panamanian cuisine is a mix of African, Spanish, and Native American techniques, dishes, and ingredients, reflecting its diverse population. Since Panama is a land bridge between two continents, it has a large variety of tropical fruits, vegetables and herbs that are used in native cooking.

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