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An added benefit, the Radisson Decapolis Panama City features an on-site Decameron Explorer tour operator who can assist you in planning tours and sightseeing adventures in the local area. Services include Panama sightseeing and adventure excursions, airport transfers to and from the hotel, airline ticket sales and flight confirmation to help you make the most of your stay.
This hotel in Panama City, Panama is close to the following attractions:
- Multicentro Shopping Mall (adjacent to hotel)
The Radisson Decapolis is connected to Central America's largest mall, which includes jewelers, perfumeries, fashion outlets, local artisans, art galleries, banks, furniture stores, a nine-screen movie theatre, a night-club and the 4,000-square-meter Majestic Casino. Also take advantage of a food court with more than 30 restaurants.
Phone: +507 208-2500
- Panama Vieja and Casco Viejo
Take a tour of these two historic regions of Panama City and see how the city developed over the last four centuries. Learn about the pirates that burned Panama Vieja, which was later rebuilt at the site of Casco Viejo in 1671.
- Museo del Canal Interoceanico (3 km)
The Museo del Canal Interoceanico chronicles the history of the Panama Canal and includes original copies of canal treaties. Call ahead and arrange a free, guided tour in English.
Phone: +507 211-1649
- Parque Natural Metropolitano (3 km)
Only 10 minutes north of downtown Panama City, this rainforest park is home to a variety of interesting creatures., including monkeys and more than 200 species of birds. Take a ranger-guided tour along one of the park's many nature trails, or browse the library and museum.
Phone: +507 232-5552
- San Jose Cathedral (4 km)
This attraction features the Altar of Gold, one of Panama City's most prized treasures. Learn the fascinating story of a priest who, in 1671, painted it black and convinced pirate Henry Morgan that it was made of wood so it wouldn't be stolen.
- Panama Canal (5 km)
Known as the "Eighth Wonder of the World," the 80-kilometer-long Panama Canal was constructed to connect the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, giving ships faster trade routes. Stop by the Miraflores Visitors Center to learn about the canal's construction and history.
Phone: +507 272-1111
- Summit Botanical Gardens and Zoo (15 km)
Just 20 minutes from downtown Panama City, this zoo is home to jaguars, scarlet macaws, tapirs and monkeys, featured in their natural habitats. Get a rare glimpse of Panama's national bird, the harpy eagle.