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  2. Top things to do in Casco Viejo, Panama City - Lonely Planet

    Casco Viejo is Panama's hippest and most historic quarter © Westend61 / Getty Images. Panama City’s old town goes by many monikers: Casco Viejo, Casco Antiguo and the lesser-used San Felipe, to name just three. It’s also known as the hippest region in the city, where most fall in love with Panama’s capital.

  3. Casco Viejo (Panama City) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

    Casco Viejo is a nice atmospheric place to visit and have a bite or a drink. Sadly, it is catering substantially to the tourist sector, thus , restaurants, bars, coffee shops and taxis try to squeeze every cent from tourists . Safety, can be an issue too with the risk changing from one block to another . Read more.


    Free historical Casco Viejo Tours. The official Office of Casco Viejo "La Oficina del Casco Antiguo" (OAC) offers free guided tours through the historical part of Panama. Take one on Friday or Saturday, leaving Plaza Catedral at 10, 10:30 or 11 in the morning. For more information visit Casco Viejo Tour Guides - English & Spanish speaking. Jovany Romero 6603-8567. Arminta 6504-0518

  5. Casco Viejo (Bilbao) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

    Casco Viejo is over 700 years old, initially a walled town that formed the medieval old quarter. Nowadays it’s a vibrant area, a riverside district full of shops, restaurants and activity centres like cinemas, operas, museums, dance venues, ice skating, parks, markets and of course the renowned Basque pintxo bars, a toast topped version of tapas.

  6. Casco Viejo - Wikipedia

    Casco Viejo. Las Siete Calles or Casco Viejo in Spanish or Zazpikaleak or Alde Zaharra in Basque are different names for the medieval neighbourhood of Bilbao, part of the Ibaiondo district. The names mean Seven Streets or Old Town respectively and it used to be the walled part of the town until the end of the 19th century.

  7. The Top 10 Things to See and Do in Casco Viejo, Panama City

    Casco Viejo is one of the few areas of Panama City where it is possible to just wander aimlessly. Walk the narrow cobblestone streets and discover colourful colonial manions, the Metropolitan Cathedral, beautiful churches, plazas and some of the most significant Spanish architectural landmarks of Panama.


    Everyone wants the inside scoop on Casco Viejo, Panama's most charismatic neighborhood. We keep you informed about the events, nightlife, restaurants, shopping and real estate news you need to get the most out of Casco. About How much do you know about Casco Viejo? Brush up on your neighborhood knowledge with our quick and attractive guide.

  9. Casco Viejo, Panama - Wikipedia,_Panama

    Casco Viejo (Spanish for Old Quarter), 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.

  10. The 10 Best Restaurants in Casco Viejo, Panama - Culture Trip

    Casco Viejo is home to a favored hotel and coffeehousein Panama City, Casa Sucre. Head over for the divine Panamanian coffee and delectable food on offer. Stay for the lovely ambiance, cozy décor, and large windows for watching passersby. Tio Navaja Restaurant, Contemporary, Central American, Vegetarian, Vegan, $$$ Facebook Email Twitter Pinterest

  11. HOTELS —

    Casco Viejo hotels are strategically intimate in size– and they fill up fast. Especially during high season (December - May), as Casco is the country's second biggest attraction after the Panama Canal. If you visit during this time, it's advised to make your reservations well in advance. Here, you'll find a list of hotels in Casco Viejo.