Cinta Costera 1, 2 & 3

The Cinta Costera looks similar to a waterfront except that the strip covers over 35 hectares and are split into 3 main areas.

What you can do here:
  • Sightsee – enjoy the green scenery & skyscrapers overlooking the city
  • Exercise
  • Sports
  • Biking
  • Roller skating
  • Picnic
  • Dine – enjoy a range of fish/shell foods at the restaurants located at the “Mercado de Mariscos” / Fish Market.
  • Buy fresh fish at the fish market

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Panama City – The City of Skyscrapers

Panama’s Banking District

Located in the city center, Calle 50 to be exact, you can see an array of tall commercial buildings within walking distance of each other. An interesting thing to note about this city is that most of these buildings are named after a bank. The majority contains as much as 40+ floors not accounting for the parking floors which ranges between 10-12 floors.

“El Tornillo” the most remarkable one of them all (pictured  below) also known as the F&F Tower / BBA is located obliquely opposite the exclusive Soho Mall (seen on the left).

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