Panamanian Pride

When we talk about pride, we're talking about our culture — we're talking about Panama. 

Chef Alfonso de la Espriella presented us with a variety of seafood dishes and succulent pastas that he prepares for the public at the restaurant La Trona, located on Uruguay Street.


Colors, Abstractions, and Dynamics of a Panamanian Painter. 

Situated in the downtown and financial district is one of Panama City's most longstanding and foremost hotels, very deserving of a mention in this Panamanian Pride project. Travelers are invited to note the added values and exceptional customer service ​​offered to hotel guests. Dine on traditional Panamanian dishes in an exclusive setting with the majestic sounds of the relic, world-class Wurlitzer organ entertaining their distinguished public.

Next to the ruins of Old Panama is one of the most popular craft markets among locals and foreigners alike, packed with handicrafts representing cultures from across the country. You can find anything from a bracelet made by a Guna indian to a hand-carved horse saddle, including textiles, pottery, wood carvings, and many other attractive articles. 

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