Walk the historic streets, float the famous canal, and spend some time exploring the beaches, rain forests, or indigenous villages of the surrounding countryside—here are some ideas on how to spend three days in Panama City.
Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Amador Causeway, Panama City, Panama City
The Biomuseo is conveniently located on the Amador Causeway with excellent views of the modern city, the Old City, Ancon Hill and the Bridge of the Americas. To get here, take a 15-minute taxi ride from the Albrook terminal or from Panama City’s Plaza 5 de Mayo. Alternatively, a bus can be taken from Plaza 5 de Mayo as well. Biomuseo is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets cost $22 for adult nonresidents, $11 for nonresident children under 18, $12 for adult residents and $6 for resident children under 18.
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- Fuerte Amador Cruise Port
- Bridge of the Americas (Puente de las Americas)
- Panama Interoceanic Canal Museum (Museo del Canal Interoceánico)
- Metropolitan Cathedral
- Casco Viejo
- Presidential Palace (Palacio de las Garzas)
- Ancon Hill (Cerro Ancon)
- Punta Culebra Nature Center
- Amador Causeway (Calzada de Amador)
- Afro-Antillean Museum of Panama (Museo Afro-Antillano de Panama)
- Metropolitan National Park (Parque Natural Metropolitano)
- Panama Canal
- Miraflores Locks
- Panamá Viejo (Old Panama Ruins)
- San Jose Church (Iglesia San Jose)