Casco Antiguo Panama City Walking Tour
Panama’s capital offers you the chance to discover Casco Viejo. The area features a unique mix of architectural styles, each revealing a certain part of the country’s eventful history.
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You will have the chance to discover Palacio de las Garzas, Bolivar Park, Iglesia de San Francisco de Asis, Teatro Nacional, and other interesting sights.
Get ready to experience Panama from a different perspective. A charismatic local guide will reveal interesting facts about Casco Antiguo of Panama City.
- Cathedral Plaza
- Palacio de las Garzas
- Bolivar Park
- Iglesia de San Francisco de Asis
- Teatro Nacional
- Plaza de Francia
- Las Bovedas
- Casa Gongora
- Catedral Metropolitana Casco Antiguo
- Iglesia de San José
- Avenida Central
- Plaza Santa Ana
- Professional local tour guide
- Panama Canal Museum Admission Fee
Route & Duration
Panama Canal Museum
It is a non-profit public museum in Panama City founded in 1997. The museum is dedicated to the history of the Panama Canal's construction in its various stages, including the first French attempt, later construction by the United States, and eventual transfer to Panamanian control.
San Francisco Church
The Iglesia de San Francisco is a Roman Catholic church constructed in 1678 by the Franciscans. This lovely bell tower is a prominent landmark in Casco Viejo. It can be seen while sailing in the Bahia de Panamá.
The walls of the old Santo Domingo monastery, an unexpectedly important landmark in Panamanian history, are almost hidden from view. The archway is structurally weak, with no keystone and very little curve. Still, it survived when the original church was destroyed by fire in the 1700s and did nothing for several centuries, which is an intriguing fact about this attraction.
It is located at the city's southernmost point. It features statues and large stone tablets that tell the story of the French role in the construction of the Panama Canal. The square is devoted to the memory of the approximately 22,000 workers from France, Martinique, and Guadeloupe who died while working on the canal, most of whom died from yellow fever and malaria.
Cathedral Plaza, next to the kiosk, (Av. B 7-53, Panamá, Panama) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.