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.

The closest mall to Tocumen International Airport caters to travelers who come to go shopping by offering them an exclusive tourist card with discounts and benefits for the 600 stores in MetroMall and Multiplaza Pacific. In addition, a free shuttle is provided between these two mall chains and hotels, and there's another free shuttle from the airport for passengers in transit who want to make a quick shopping trip, running every half hour from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on Monday through Sunday. A hotel located near the airport gives lodgers direct access to the mall facilities. Shoppers can enjoy the range of stores and brands, international dining and fast-food eateries, a movie theater, and other amenities.

This mall is strategically located to provide visitors direct access from the Hard Rock Hotel, nightclubs, and the Majestic Casino, an entertainment center and venue for international poker tournaments. Shoppers are offered free parking in a covered garage. The 5th floor of the mall has a Mega Conventions Center, kids play area, kiosks, and a food court with varied dining options.

The largest shopping center in Panama City has an airstrip for charter flights and the Albrook Grand Transportation Terminal located nearby. The entire mall is air-conditioned so that you can comfortably shop for name brands at the wide variety of stores, enjoy the diverse cuisine in the food court, and have your kids play in a children's entertainment center. A new Panama Metro station was recently built to link the mall with the downtown.

The second walled city protected the stores of treasure against the dreaded pirate Henry Morgan's attacks. 'Old Town' continues to preserve its original architectural design, giving a touch of vintage whimsy to a sector that has added new hotels, open-air restaurants, nightclubs, theaters, and more development. With the spectacular view of the city afforded by its boardwalk to boot, Old Town is one of the most appealing tourist attractions in Panama City.

Es un conjunto de Monumental Histórico de la primera ciudad española, fundada en la costa del Pacífico de América, el 15 de Agosto de 1519, por Pedro Arias de Ávila. Desde aquí partieron las expediciones para la conquista del Imperio Inca y fue centro de una de las rutas comerciales más importantes del Nuevo Mundo. 

 

 




On June 2, Copa Airlines launched a flight from Panama to Montreal that will be operating four times a week.