Fashionista travel guide for Panama City

Travel tips for Panama City for fashionistas and everyone who likes travelling in style…

Fashionista travel guide for Panama City - travel in style

Panama City really took me by surprise. It’s big and full of skyscrapers and designer label malls, but also very charming – especially the old town, Casco Viejo, with its lovely villas, street art on every corner, great restaurants, and lots of fun and stylish rooftop bars and cafés. There is a lot to see and some island & Beach getaways right around the corner.

Go there on your own, with a group of friends, with a lover, or your best friend. It’s a place for everyone and the perfect start for individual travellers on their way up to Mexico or down to Chile.

Where fashionistas stay in Panama City

Stay at the @tantalohotel – take the suite and spend at least a night or two at the rooftop bar

Tantalo Hotel Casco Viejo Panama City - Stylish hotel in the heart of Panama City Old Town with artworks by local artists

Where fashionistas go out in Panama City

The wonderful @azaharpty is hidden behind a flower shop – sit outside for a view of the skyline, the lobster risotto is a must

Lobster risotto at Azahar Restaurant in Panama City - Stylish and delicious

Enjoy creative cuisine and great cocktails at @fondaloquehay – they are famous for their toasted yuca with tuna carpaccio and onion ceviche

Fonda Lo Que Hay tuna on crispy yuca with onion ceviche

Go to the rooftop of @selinapanama for great views, cocktails and lots of tacos from Tacos La Neta

Selina Panama City - party, cocktails and great tacos at the rooftop bar

Romantic dinner on the balcony of the @marularestaurant overlooking the Plaza Herrera – exquisite Arroz de Sépia con langosta and afterwards cocktails on the rooftop of the same building at @casacasco

Arroz de Sépia con langosta at the Restaurant Marula in Panama City

Fashionista travel tips for Panama City

Things to do for fashionistas (and everyone else) in Panama City

*Stroll around the old town Casco Viejo for a charming mix of beautifully renovated colonial houses and lost places ruins with cool street art

*Find out more about the history of the Panama Canal in the Museo del Canal

*Visit the Panama canal, one of the 7 Wonders of the Modern World, at Miraflores Lock and watch the ships pass through

*Walk along the Cinta Costera and take your picture at the Panama sign – Photo Parador – Cinta Costera:


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