More than a canal.
This country, of an indigenous origin during pre-Columbian times, has been considered by geopolitical strategists as one of the “seven keys” to the world, owing to the interoceanic canal, also called one of the world’s greatest architectural wonders.
However, Panama is much more than a canal, because in its land blessed by nature a diversity of cultures flourish thanks to the efforts of all good men and women who make up the Panamanian society.
Among its natural attractions are national parks and cosy inns located in rural areas, but at the same time works derived from human intelligence and will are abundant.
The Bridge of the Americas emerge as a challenge to local and foreign looks, and after a short journey you will appreciate the beauty of the Golden Altar, the Metropolitan Cathedral or construction works such as the City Wall, the Flat Arch and the Ruins of Old Panama.
Since it was plundered in 1671 by English pirate Henry Morgan, this nation has undergone significant changes. Constant change has thus become the ideal excuse to extend an invitation to those who might want to penetrate into its multicolored magic and get to know closely the country’s intense intellectual life allowing for dissemination of the most varied forms of culture.