Casco Viejo by Night
If by day the colonial quarter is a tableau vivant of the city’s past, by night it becomes the capital’s holy temple of rumba. Legendary venues like the historic Teatro Amador and the Gato Blanco roof are Panamanian electronica landmarks, where the best homegrown and imported DJs spin; at rooftop bars like Barlovento and Tántalo you’ll enjoy a chill scene as you dance to current Latino hits. These classic clubs now share space with options like La Séptima Central and Casa Casco, a five-story home to three different restaurants, a disco, and a roof terrace with phenomenal city views.
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