Albrook Mall, Dolphin Hall
Enjoy your first dip in the water. Take a look at the city with tall skyscapers and the Casco Viejo.
Casco Antiguo was established on January 21, 1673, as the second city in Panama. It was built following the near-total destruction of the original Panamá city, Panamá Viejo in 1671. Nowadays it still maintains and keeps its original architecture and plazas. In 1997, it was designated a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO.
La Playita of Amador:
The Causeway of Amador is one of the main tourist attractions in Panama. Prepare for your second splash! While in the water, you will be at the entrance of the Panama Canal in the Pacific side. Take a look at the Bridge of the Americas and observe large ships waiting for their turn to transit.
By far, the best views of the city’s skyline can be seen from the Causeway. Here you will experience your third dip in the water. Navigate outside the Marina’s breakwater to enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of Panama City.
Drive along the administrative offices of the Panama Canal. The Panama Canal Administration Building was inaugurated on July 15, 1914, exactly a month before the Canal itself. Since then, this legacy from the past has continued to dominate the Balboa area from atop its rolling hill.