The Old Town of Panama City, declared a historical monument by UNESCO, provides a historical point of view of the country where the students can also enjoy an excellent dining experience and an exciting night life. For more information visit: http://cascoviejo.com/
Palacio de las Garzas, the official residence of the President. The palace was originally built in the 17th century and its closed to the public. However tours might be arrange through the university.
For more information visit: http://cascoviejo.com/presidential-palace-palacio-de-las-garzas/
Cerro Ancon is a protected area of forest within an urban area. The hill has a paved road used by visitors walking up the hill to observed the wildlife and the best view of the City.
For more information visit: http://www.caminandopanama.org/en/regiones/region-canal/10-canal/25-cerro-ancon
The Causeway is a road that connects the continental city of Panama to four island of the Pacific Ocean. It is a very popular tourist destination, where visitors can enjoy restaurants, shops and activities such as biking, roller costing, etc.
The Biomuseo, designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry, the museum tells the story of how the emergence of the Isthmus changed the planet.
For more information http://www.biomuseopanama.org/en
Live size replica of three towns representing the cultures that prevails in Panama (Afro Antillean, colonial and indigenous).
Founded in 1519 by Pedrarias Davila, is the oldest European settlement on the Pacific coast of the Americas. There are guided tours of the ruins, where the students will learn the interesting story of the first city of Panama.
For more information visit http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/790 http://www.visitpanama.com/what-to-do/panama-viejo
Panama offers a variety of shopping opportunities the most popular shoping centers are:
Albrook Mall http://www.albrookmall.com/
Multiplaza Mall http://www.multiplaza.com/
Altaplaza Mall http://www.altaplazamall.com/
Los Pueblos http://lospueblospanama.com/