Sevilla Suites Apart-Hotel

Av Eusebio A. Morales, Apartado 89-7758 Zona 9, Panama City, Panama
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8 hour layover-How to get to the Panama Canal?

by jgz316

Hi everyone,

Some friends and I are flying in and out of Panama City with an 8 hour layover each time. We plan to escape the airport for at least a few hours and want to at least see the canal. Can anyone reccomend the fastest, and possibly cheapest, way to get to the canal from the airport? Is it far? Can we get a cab to take us to the Miraflores Museum?

Also, if anybody can reccomend the shortest itinerary ever for our attempt to "tour" the city in 4 hours...that would be fantastic! Really, we are just looking for a quick walk through town and a good meal.

Thanks so much!

Re: 8 hour layover-How to get to the Panama Canal?

by panarob

4 hours is not a long time, the problem in panama those days are traffic jams. In 4 hours you should be able to take a taxi and go to the canal museum. If you want to get from the canal back to te centre the taxi will be expensive as well as going from the airport to the canal(tourist prices, don't know the exact price). you can have a good meal at the canal at a ok price they say(I never tried). If you still have time enough you should visit "casco viejo" the old part of panama city where also the presidential palace is located, this is a very nice place to go, drink something and enjoy watching the old colonial buildings. Modern panama city is not really my thing but there are a few shopping malls where you can also get some food. The nicest is multiplaza and the biggest albrook mall.

for more questions just let me know

Re: 8 hour layover-How to get to the Panama Canal?

by jgz316

Great, thanks so much for your information! We actually have 2 layovers in Panama so we hope to see old town on the way out of the states and the canal on the way back in. Did not know the palace was there, thanks for the tip!

Travel Tips for Panamá City

The locks of Miraflores

by a005116

The Panama canal is mostly the only thing people now about this central American country. There is of course much more to see, but I think it is a must to see those impressive ocean-going vessels go trough the huge canal locks. The Locks of Miraflores are a good place, just a little bit west of Panama city.

Mercado de Pescado

by mikey_e

The Central Fish Market is not really a point of historical interest, as it was constructed fairly recently by the Japanese (you can see the sign thanking the government of Japan on the exterior of the Market), but it is a fairly big draw for tourists. Situated at the end of Avenida Balboa in the entrance to the Casco Antiguo, this market is in traditional Caribbean style and is packed with fishmongers hawking the freshest fish of the day. You can also buy some ceviche made "fresh" and sold in shopping carts, but I just spent the time admiring the fish and seafood for sale.

Panamanian Dishes

by girladventure about Cafetería Manolo's

A local hang-out. They serve a long list of Panamanian dishes. Perfect for a quick, no-frills meal or to chat with a friend over a cold a beer. Prices are inexpensive and service is good. Only tried a couple dishes and they were good but I'm not sure about the rest of the food on the menu. It is worth a try if you happen to be in the neighborhood. Menu is in English and wait staff is bilingual. We've had the grilled fish and chicken with garlic sauce and they were delicious. The fish was fresh and the chicken was not dry. I would go back for those 2 dishes.

Casco Viejo

by peggydaly

Strolling thru the streets soaking in the experience was a highlight of my stay in PC. It's a photographers dream with scenes to be shot everywhere. There are some lovely restaurants and bars with good music. The cities most beautiful squares and churches are here as well. There are canal monuments, museums and an amazing mixture of Spanish and French architecture.

There is also a lot of poverty. Many of the residents are squatting in abandoned buidlings. The place is in the throes of gentrification - one sees a beautifully restored building alongside others that are falling apart. While it's nice to see revitalization, i hate to think what will happen to these people once progress comes to their building.

Everyone will tell you it is dangerous at night. I took them at their word and took taxis around at night.

Instituto Nacional de Cultura

by Jim_Eliason

The National Institute of Culture is the agency responsible for preservation in Casco Viejo and running the museums in the rest of the city. This Main headquarters has a small exhibit of local artists

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Address: Av Eusebio A. Morales, Apartado 89-7758 Zona 9, Panama City, Panama