Panama City: A Luxury Lifestyle in the “Hub of the Americas”

Panama City—Central America’s true First-World capital—offers the perfect mix of old and new, modern and traditional. Here you can eat in a gourmet restaurant, attend a jazz festival, watch a movie (in English)…do just about anything you would be able to do in many of the First-World cities that we all love. But in Panama City, you can do it all for less. A luxury lifestyle in the “Hub of the Americas” is easy.

In Panama City you’ll find a rich textural tapestry due to a fascinating history. Culture abounds in Panama from the colonial buildings in Casco Viejo to the many festivals that take place in the city throughout the year.

High-speed internet… modern infrastructure… excellent roads… all feature in Panama City. And it is also one of the safest capitals in the Latin American region.

Looking for an escape from the city? Beaches and mountains are both at your beck and call in Panama City. The beach town of Coronado is just an hour’s drive away and Cerro Azul, with its stunning mountain views, is slightly east of the capital.

Overall, Panama City offers the best of urban living in the country and the region. Great healthcare, a close proximity to the U.S., and an attractive lifestyle all make Panama City the expat haven it is today.

With modern infrastructure and amenities, high-speed internet, and great bars and restaurants…it is no wonder Panama City is one of the most exciting cities in Latin America. Colonial-style homes and buildings feature throughout the city. And if it’s culture you’re after, Panama City is full of it. Panama has a rich history and you’ll see homage to that in the many historical monument and sites dotted around the city like this one of General Tomás Herrera, the first Head of State of Isthmus, now Panama. Panama City is full of many different nationalities and religions so you’ll never feel like an outsider. Its diversity means that you may see a cathedral, like the Catedral Metropolitana pictured here in the same area as a synagogue or a mosque. There are many green areas in Panama City, like Cerro Ancon pictured here, which make it easy to step away from the hustle and bustle for a bit. Coronado, a stunning beach town, is also just an hour away. Panama City’s access to a modern airport makes traveling home to visit family and friends easy.
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Panama City is full of many different nationalities and religions so you’ll never feel like an outsider. Its diversity means that you may see a cathedral, like the Catedral Metropolitana pictured here in the same area as a synagogue or a mosque.

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