Declared World Heritage by UNESCO, the Casco Antiguo marks the place where the new Panama City was founded in 1673, after the destruction of Our Lady of Acceptance of Panama or Old Panama was destroyed by Pirate, Henry Morgan in 1671.
It holds lovely colonial architecture highlighting picturesque churches filled with history. Today, Casco Antiguo is a meeting point for entertainment harboring an abundance of plazas with parasols and tables in the open air.
During the day, one can enjoy a fascinating stroll through las Bovedas and the Esteban Huertas promenade which borders the sea. From this point, you can gaze at Ancon Hill, the bridge of the Americas, the Bio Museum, the Amador Causeway and the modern day city. At nights, the bohemian atmosphere is filled with fun, there are restaurants where you can enjoy delicious meals, music and live shows that will make for an unforgettable experience.