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The 10 must-see sites in Panama City

Many people come to Panama City attracted by the Panama Canal. Although undoubtedly the most visited tourist site in the...

Panamanian Style Carnival!

Finally the time I have waited for is here. Carnival, I waited so long for this time. – Pedrito Altamiranda...
pollera

Luxury and tradition: The Panamanian Pollera

The Panamanian pollera is considered one of the most beautiful traditional dresses in the world. It is synonymous with tradition,...

First time on the Panama Canal

Visiting Panama and not knowing about the Panama Canal is, simply put, a mistake. The Panama Canal is considered the...
Casco Viejo Panama

History comes alive at Casco Viejo Panama

Panama City was founded more than once. It was originally erected in 1519. Just 15 years later, it was suggested...

Best Beaches in Panama

There are those who argue that the ancestral meaning of the term Panama is “abundance of fish” or “abundance of...
Bocas del toro

The International Sea Fair of Bocas del Toro

If you are really interested in immersing yourself in the powerful essence of the Panamanian Caribbean, well search no more!...
lo que ha

The best restaurants in Casco Viejo Panama

Casco Viejo’s gastronomic diversity is so extensive, that choosing its best restaurants can almost become kind of an impossible mission....
top 5 bars at casco

Nights come alive at Casco

Whenever you are in Panama City, Casco Viejo holds between its narrow streets and undulating story, the absolute best options...
cafe panama

Enjoy one of the best coffee in the world: Our invitation to you

Panamanian coffee is among one of the best in the world. Let us show you a few options to get...
diablos y congos

Portobelo’s ‘diablos’ and ‘congos’ Festival

You could affirm, without any major doubt that Panama is a land of devils.  Its roots and folkloric expressions are...
taboga panama

Taboga, a charming island

A former pirate refuge, this island in the Panamanian Pacific is a true and genuine tourist paradise, only half an...

The Panama Jazz Festival Is Back

Between January 14 and 19, 2019, Panama will be the vital jazz center of the world. Edition #16 of the...

Casco Viejo’s sorcerer

This is just a small profile of Manuel E. Amador, one of Casco Viejo’s residents, a great painter, creator of...

Café Coca Cola (The Coca Cola Cafe), the oldest restaurant in Panama

In the heart of Casco Viejo, very close to the Santa Ana park, lies the legendary Café Coca Cola, the...

A trip to the past at Panama’s Casco Viejo

The Casa Museo Carlos Endara is not only a living homage to one of history’s biggest photographers, but also a...

Comic-Con Arrives in Panama

For the first time, the famous convention of comics, movies, TV series, collectibles, cosplay, anime and manga will be held...

Remembering Anthony Bourdain

We evoke the great chef, traveler and writer, and his brief passage through Panama.   There are moments when it...

A party of all colors

For the first time LGBT Pride Week was held in our Casco Viejo. It was an example of inclusion and...
Panama's debut in a soccer world cup

The day that Casco was fully dressed in red

Panama’s debut in a soccer world cup   It was a unique moment. But, beyond Panama´s participation in the most...

5 hours away from Casco – A visit to the Emberá community

Travelers willing to expose themselves to different cultures, as well as local adventurers with a taste for nature, should make...

Casa Bruja: The best craft beer in Panama in Casco

Casa Bruja was born in 2013, the first Panamanian brewery that has now become one of the best in Latin...

The old city of Panama through the eyes of Eadweard Muybridge

Surely it also happens to you. You live in a city (this or any other) and you go through it...
I think this is the right time to specify some definitions of cantina. A cantina is not a bar, nor a tavern, nor a pub. Its something else.

Brief history of the Casco Viejo Cantinas (and its legendary poets)

Let me start by talking about a poet. Later I will tell you about the cantinas. His name was César...

Cooking in paila in Casco Viejo

Oris is one robust woman, not very tall, loves to eat, but above all, loves to cook. Oris is the...
The time stopped in Casco Viejo

The time stopped in Casco Viejo

“This is not a restaurant, it’s the time tunnel.” Interestingly I heard this phrase not once, but twice, and from...

Is there a Panamanian cinema?

This text begins with a question: Is there a Panamenian cinema? Really? Are you serious? The one who asked me...

Lottery

If you’re like me, I’m sure that when you travel you do not settle for typical activities for tourists. Of...
Menu Panama hand by hand with women chefs

Menu Panama hand by hand with women chefs

After 4 years of Menu Panama,  the Panamanians started to salivate in January, waiting for the 2018 edition of the...

IFF Panama: the oasis for cinema lovers

One of the things that I like to do most when I travel is to go to movie theaters. Why?...
Microbrew

Micro Brew Fest 2018: A tribute to the art of the craft brewery

The biggest meeting that reunites fans and producers of craft beer in Panama is back. The Micro Brew Fest will...
Christmas in Casco Viejo

Christmas in Casco and what awaits us in the new year…

Christmas is an incomparable party which brings us together around festive feelings and warm emotions. But the party gets even...
Danilo Pérez

Panama Jazz Festival 2018

Several years have passed, but I remember clearly the first time I interviewed the famous Panamanian pianist Danilo Pérez. The...
Designing for a rainy day

Designing for a rainy day

Casco stands out for its streets abuzz with creative flair and energy. The creativity is immediately apparent as you take...
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The extraordinary chefs of Casco Viejo

Casco Viejo is, without doubt, home to some of the city’s best culinary treasures in Panama. The chefs shaping the...

Doing Casco with the family

Are you thinking of traveling with your family? Is your destination Panama? Would you like to know and visit the...
Mama Clementina

The spirit of Las Clementinas

You may be wondering where the name Las Clementinas (yes, in the plural) came from. They were a mother and...

Staying in Casco Viejo with friends

There is no neighborhood in Panama more eclectic, vibrant and full of fun than the Casco Viejo. It doesn’t matter...
‘Mi cocina es un ejercicio de la memoria’

‘My kitchen is an exercise in memory’

A few weeks ago, at Las Clementinas, we celebrated the opening of Casa Bruja – Casco Antiguo, the second venue...