Panama has become very popular destination with many places to visit across the country. A major draw is that Panama has beautiful, antique chapels that retain an enigmatic feel of former eras in their structures, such as the Iglesia del Carmen, located in the heart of Vía España. 

Facilities, equipment, security, and personalized service are just some of the criteria for a tourist selecting the route and activities that will offer the experience, affinity, and attraction to make it a successful trip.

MYSTERIOUS AND COLORFUL COLONIAL DANCE

Congo dancing arose among blacks on the coasts of Colón Province during the era of slavery. The colorful and contagious dance reflects the sentiments of the enslaved through corporal expressions of struggle and eroticism.

BOOK FAIR

For six days, BOOKS take center stage of this festival that makes the vastest selection of publications available to the public. National and international authors are also invited to enrich the cultural and professional agenda of the fair.

Panama offers great opportunities to start a profitable business, which is why many multinational companies are taking advantage of the country's economic growth to expand their operations. 

On June 11th we will be visited by the CEO of the airline VivaColombia, which will inaugurate its Bogotá-Panamá-Bogotá and Medellín-Panamá-Medellín flights this August 1st.

The Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) played a major role in the reception and meetings held by the Panama Olympic Committee (COP) for the ODECABE delegation, who were on an inspection visit to Panama to choose the country that will host the next XXIII Central American and Caribbean Games in 2018.

Passengers on Copa Airlines' first flight from Montreal bound for Panama were surprised by the airline's welcome festivities held in honor of this occasion.

Tocumen International Airport, one of the most important in the region, receives European passengers arriving into the country on direct flights. Major European airlines have recently announced that they will be adding either new routes or frequencies to the Panamanian capital.

The largest and most complete indoor mall in the area west of Panama City is located in Chorrera, just off the Pan-American Highway. It's equipped with all the facilities and amenities visitors expect, such as kiosks, restaurants, children's entertainment centers, and 24-hour security, and with what shoppers are seeking: a variety of brands and at affordable prices.