Travel tips for Panama City for fashionistas and everyone who likes travelling 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
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
Enjoy creative cuisine and great cocktails at @fondaloquehay – they are famous for their toasted yuca with tuna carpaccio and onion ceviche
Go to the rooftop of @selinapanama for great views, cocktails and lots of tacos from Tacos La Neta
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
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: https://maps.app.goo.gl/szCuGjX5nvBtmvJRA
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