Our vagabonding world travel vlog starts here in this wonderful city. Join us as we share our everyday adventures and where to go in Central America. Let’s go explore! Today we check out Panama City, Panama, and their local bicycle path, called the Amador Causeway, that runs along the shoreline, neighborhood grocery stores, great restaurants, the metro station, and perhaps some insights why so many people move to Panama. Retirement travel keeps getting better each day, so come along.
Best Places to Stay in Panama City, Panama
Panama City offers a diverse array of lodging options. The upscale neighborhood of Punta Pacifica boasts luxury hotels with stunning waterfront views and proximity to the iconic Panama Bay. For those seeking a blend of culture and convenience, the Casco Viejo (Old Town) area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with charming boutique hotels nestled within historic colonial buildings, offering a taste of Panama’s rich history alongside trendy cafes and vibrant nightlife. The financial district of Obarrio provides a hub for business travelers with modern, well-appointed hotels and easy access to corporate centers. Additionally, the Amador Causeway offers a more relaxed coastal atmosphere, featuring resorts with picturesque views of the Pacific Ocean and the Panama Canal. Whether one desires a sleek urban escape or a historic retreat, Panama City provides a range of accommodations to suit every traveler’s preferences and make their stay in this dynamic city memorable.
Other Retirement Travelers Videos from Panama
While visiting Panama City, we also made a couple of great day trips. The first was to Taboga Island on a large catamaran. The second great trip was along the entire length of the Panama Canal, including boat trips to Monkey Island. We highly recommend both trips. Check out our video here.