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The capital and largest city of the Republic of Panama, Panama City is located at the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal. This city is the administrative and political center of the country. The best way to explore this city is to take a city tour by hopping on a city sightseeing double-decker bus. Most of the city tour includes the 'three' Panama cities - The Spanish colonial city Casca Viejo, the ruins of the 16th century original Panama Viejo, and the modern skyscraper Panama City. The modern city becomes a nightlife hotspot at the nightfall. Bars, clubs, and casinos come alive and visitors can enjoy tropical drinks, salsa dancing, and sensual Latin music.

Panama Canal

One of the man-made marvels of the world, Panama Canal is arguably the most famous tourist attractions of Panama. It took around 250,000 people from all around the world to construct this canal. It stands as a monument of human ingenuity. Visiting Panama Canal is a unique experience which can't be compared. Visitors can see 5,000,000 ton vessels rise and drop from over 50 feet as they make their path through Panama from one ocean to another. Visitors can also know about the past and future of this wonder of modern engineering.

Panama Viejo

The remaining part of the old Panama City, Panama Viejo is the former capital of the country. It was founded in 1519. Listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Panama Viejo is a great place for tourists who want to explore the history of this city. There are several historical ruins and the most prominent among them is the ruin of Old Panama Cathedral.

Casco Viejo

The historic district of Panama City, Casco Viejo was completed and settled in 1673. In 1997, this site was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are heaps of historical attractions in Casco Viejo including La Catedral Metropolitana, El Palacio de las Garzas, Church of La Merced, Church of San Jose, Palacio Nacional, Plaza Herrera, and more.