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Hotels in Panama


Location, Climate

Have you already booked the best hotels in Panama for your upcoming holiday? If so, read this section for more useful information about Panama that can help you plan your trip: find out more about the city’s location, climate and best time to visit. Panama is the southernmost country in Central America. It is bordered by Costa Rica, Colombia and the Caribbean. The Pacific Ocean is to the south. Panama’s capital city is Panama City, situated at the Pacific entrance of Panama Canal. Panama City has a tropical wet and dry climate, with two seasons: a wet season, spanning from May through December, and a dry season, from January through April. There is not much difference in temperature between the two seasons, therefore it is advised that you book Panama hotels during the dry season when there are less chances of rainfall. Otel hopes you’ll enjoy wonderful weather while staying at Panama hotels!

Brief History

Panama City was founded in 1519 by a Spanish colonial administrator as a starting point to conquer Peru. The city was attacked and burnt in 1671 and the aftermath can be seen to this day in the Old Panama (Panama Vieja), they represent a major tourist attraction. Another important episode in the history of Panama is the construction of the Panama Canal. The Canal brought major development to the city’s infrastructure and economy. During the 1970s-1908s Panama was a well-known banking center of international fame; unfortunately, this fame was due to the city’s money laundering “abilities”. Nowadays Panama continues its tradition as a banking center, but with visible controls in the flow cash.

Events, Landmarks, Activities

Fortunately, Panama features piles of tourist attractions to keep you busy during your stay at Panama hotels. Once you have booked the best Panama accommodation for your holiday, it is time to see what are the city’s main landmarks: The Vaults, the National Institute of Culture Building and the French Embassy, the Interoceanic Canal Museum, the Heron’s Palace, the Trump Ocean Club, the Plaza de la Cathedral and its Cathedral, the ruins of an ancient convent called Comania de Jesus, and more. The old part of the city, called Panama la Vieja is a World Heritage Site, as is the Casco Viejo or Casco Antiguo. You can see these landmarks by booking Panama hotel deals.

Transportation

Panama City is served by the Tocumen International Airport, serving flights between Panama and USA, as well as several cities from Europe, Central and South America. Find cheap hotels in Panama nearby public transportation.

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