In Panama City, Panama, a historic city core juxtaposes with modernity in the most intriguing ways. The Central American destination has a skyscraper-studded skyline, almost reminiscent of Miami’s Brickell neighborhood, yet uniquely its own.
But step foot on the cobblestone streets of Casco Viejo, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and you’ll find yourself surrounded by neoclassical architecture and elegant French Colonial structures, with wrought-iron balconies fronting sherbet-colored buildings that draw comparisons to New Orleans’ French Quarter.
Simultaneously old and new, Panama City is having a moment, and travel experts say the destination is piquing the interest of tourists and resonating with digital nomads and expats, poised to be an “it” destination in 2024.
Read what Mercedes Zach, a travel agent and expert with Asaptickets, says here