This half day tour brings visitors to the sights in the modern capital city and the colonial district. The colonial district still retains its Spanish architectures as can be gleaned through its streets, plazas and public parks, like the France Plaza, Las Bovedas, San Jose Church with its wonderful gold altar, the Flat Arch, and Cathedral Church.
See the houses of French workers who started the construction of the Panama Canal. Drive through the enchanted Balboa area, the residential area of the former Panama Canal Zone and admire the Panama Canal Administration Building perched on a hill. Visit the Miraflores Locks to see vessels while transiting the Locks. Finally, visit the Amador Causeway, a man made connection of three islands, with a strong tourist development to get a breathtaking view of the city and have time to purchase handicrafts and electronic items from Duty Free stores.
At night, savor the Panamanian cuisine and get to taste "Chicha" Soft Drink. Traditional dances from different regions of the country will be presented while dinner is served.