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Panama City Playtime

Created by Mandan Lynn on June 24, 2013 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews
1 Story

Who knew Panama City has so much to offer?! This is what we ate, where we slept, and what we did -- which also all double as reasons why we're excited to go back.

Panama City - Exploring the city's rich and diverse history

Created by RoBoNC on April 1, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

10 Reviews

There is a wealth of history surrounding Panama City with its many skyscrapers and shopping malls. Panama Viejo, founded in 1519, was the original city and after it was destroyed, gave way to Casco Viejo in 1673. However, the Panama Canal draws more tourists than both of these combined.

"Panama, why Panama, all they have is a canal?"

Created by Saphira on May 21, 2009 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews
5 Stories

"Panama, why Panama, all they have is a canal?" Our response, "Ah, that is exactly why we are going to Panama, because we know that most people won't be there." And just a secret between us, there is so much more to Panama than just a Canal.

Blue Bayou; the Visionary's Wager

Created by Jose Kevo on May 14, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
1 Story

This specific Pacific feigns and forges the New World's gold coast. En'gulf'ed by flagrant glare, misfortune conceals a fortune of telltale treasures worthy of exposure.

Panamá City; the Capital Offenses

Created by Jose Kevo on March 5, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Beyond the ruins and historic city, a mixed bag of other spectacles languish as tourism afterthoughts. What I found is likely what you'll get!

Pooped and Duped in Panamá City

Created by Jose Kevo on November 27, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
2 Stories

The skyline suggests modern metropolis, but don't let that fool you! Here's some survival basics before even considering the sites and attractions.

Panama City

Created by wanderluster on December 21, 2003 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Flying into Panama City? My friend Donna and I spent only the first and last night here during our two-week journey exploring Panama's surrounding rainforest, mountains, and Kuna Yala islands. Yet we managed to find some gems worth sharing, even in this (too) brief stay.

Panama: Much More than a Canal

Created by jemery on February 24, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews

I came to Panama to ride the world’s first transcontinental railroad. I left with photos of Spain’s first Pacific-coast colony, 16th-Century churches and 21st-Century skyscrapers, and a new appreciation for the engineering genious behind the Panama Canal. Here’s a photo-journalist’s report.

Panamá: The Green, the Blue, and the Feathered

Created by IMSAustin on May 28, 2008

4 Reviews

Five days spent in the Panama City region can provide a wonderful sense of Panama's diversity, from birds to beaches and culture to cuisine.

Gamboa—'Rain' Forest

Created by chiefdonald48 on February 6, 2007

1 Review

Had a great time in Gamboa Rainforest. I am going back in September 2007 for another week. Also, stayed one week in Colon, Panama, in September 2006.

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