Visit two of Panama’s most fascinating UNESCO World Heritage sites: the Panama Viejo ruins from the 16th century and the lively Colonial city from the 17th century.
Stop for a taste of a traditional Panamanian cuisine before topping your day off with a visit to the Panama Canal’s visitor center at the Miraflores Locks.
This tour takes you on a journey through history, from the 16th century to our modern times. Visit the ruins of Panama Viejo (UNESCO), the first and most important city founded by the Spaniards on the Pacific coast of America in 1519, then walk through our picturesque Colonial Quarter (UNESCO), founded by the Spaniards in the 17th century after the destruction of Panama Viejo during the attack of pirate Henry Morgan in 1671.
After visiting walking through the beatiful streets of this lively area, we’ll make a stop for you to enjoy a delicious Panamanian lunch before we continue to Miraflores Locks to get an close look at the Panama Canal’s operations.
Learn about the historical events which, due to Panama’s coveted geographical position, have repeated themselves throughout our history: the movement of people and goods, from one corner of the world to another, through the narrowest path between the seas.