Below is an overview of the "Project to engineer a design, construct civil works, install support facilities and stations along the line, supply and install the integrated rail system and its rolling car components, and implement the system for Line 1 of the Panama Metro", henceforth referred to as "Project for Line 1 of the Panama Metro."
-Reservations must be made in advance before visiting a farm.
-Wear comfortable clothes: tennis shoes or boots, comfortable pants and shorts, caps or hats, swimsuit (if appropriate), and sunglasses. Bring at least two changes of clothing.
-Pack rain jackets or ponchos as a precaution for the rainy season.
A total of 2,086,000 tourists entered Panama throughout 2012, and of these 1,478,000 or 70% arrived via Tocumen International Airport, coming mostly from South American countries that do not use the U.S. dollar as currency, according to figures from the Panama Tourism Authority (ATP).
The Dominican Cardinal Nicolás de Jesús López Rodríguez, archbishop of Santo Domingo and known in the Catholic world as the "Primate of the Americas", will visit Veraguas Province this weekend as part of the Diocese of Santiago's celebration of their Golden Jubilee.
Last Wednesday, July 16th a press conference was held for the HAYAH International Short Film Festival, which will take place from August 1st to 7th in Old Town. All films will be screened in the Anita Villaláz Theater, an incredibly special venue due to the rich history and magic that envelops the Old Town sector.
Patron saint festivals are sacred in rural villages, but there is also a worldly aspect to them and a dash of popular culture.
The party calendar kicks off with the celebration of Corpus Christi, representing the struggle for power between forces of good and evil. It is held 62 days after Maundy Thursday.
The streets of Old Town tell the story of a city under restoration, evident by noisy machines at work and the debut of new architectural structures. All this we could see on the friendly tour given to us by the American Trade Hall, the upcoming event hall and the feature attraction of what will be the American Trade Hotel.
From the area of Punta Chame to Río Hato, in the province of Coclé, are beach destinations that continue to be favorites to visit on weekends.