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Stop At: Miraflores Visitor Center, East Side of the Miraflores Locks, Panama City Panama
The Miraflores Locks Visitor's Center, allows guest to observe transiting vessels from a distance of only a few meters and learn first hand about the various operations of the Panama Canal, the history of its construction, its participation in the world markets, and the importance of its watershed.
Visitors to the Panama Canal Miraflores Visitor's Center can enjoy exhibits, watch a short documentary, have food & visit decks for watching ships pass through the locks; they can also experience a virtual ship transit on the simulator and purchase souvenirs in the gift shop.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Amador Causeway (Calzada de Amador), Av Amador, Panama City Panama
SITES OF INTEREST
THE AMADOR CAUSEWAY
One way to explore the Panama City without having to travel by bus, is visiting the Amador Causeway.
Built in 1913, with rocks from the excavation of the Culebra Cut during construction of the Panama Canal, the Causeway joins Panama City with four islands: Naos, Perico, Culebra and Flamenco.
The site was part of a US military complex called Fort Amador that had established to protect the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. Currently, vestiges of the military installations can be seen on the islands.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Casco Viejo, Avenida Central, Panama City Panama
Casco Viejo, also known as Casco Antiguo or San Felipe, is the historic district of Panama City. Completed and settled in 1673, it was built following the near-total destruction of the original Panamá city, Panamá Viejo in 1671, when the latter was attacked by pirates. It was designated a World Heritage Site in 1997.
Duration: 1 hour