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The Amador Causeway
One way to explore the Panama City without having to travel by bus, is visiting the Amador Causeway.
Built in 1913, with rocks from the excavation of the Culebra Cut during construction of the Panama Canal, the Causeway joins Panama City with four islands: Naos, Perico, Culebra and Flamenco.
The site was part of a US military complex called Fort Amador that had established to protect the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. Currently, vestiges of the military installations can be seen on the islands.
With the transformation of the area into a tourist attraction, the promenade has become one of the most popular and visited places of Panama. It is a site with a beautiful view of the city and the ships waiting to enter the Canal.
An unforgettable trip
The Causeway is the perfect place to go for a walk and enjoy some quality time with family or friends in one of its restaurants with traditional and international food. This is a place you cannot miss on your trip for its beauty and history.