A well-seasoned party-goer like yourself is destined to travel to the top party cities on the map. Yes folks, that's right. Grab the passport, back your bags. It's time for Panama City. Fate is calling, so let’s go.
When you step off the plane in Panama City, already a little tipsy from the in-flight happy hour, you will notice the city is generally divided into three main areas. Each area comes with its own unique attributes, so get ready to pay attention. Panamanian people know how to party and you just might learn a thing or two if you pay attention.
The Business District appears to be the place you want to visit for Panama entertainment . The streets are lined with night clubs, wine bars, hotel lounges, and other spots waiting for you to show off your drinking abilities. A word to the wise... avoid cold, dark alleys with no street lights. Now, that may go without saying, but you don't want to be the person that wanders into danger. You want to be the person that wonders into the hottest spot in Panama City. Like The Wine Bar or Nestled inside of the Business District you will find an area dubbed Calle Uruguay. The name just sounds cool. Locals head to Calle Uruguay for late night club action and bars that have a very loose definition of "last call."
Another area, known as Casco Viejo, should also top your list. Just remember one word. Relic. Relic may be one of the most fascinating bars you visit in your life. Yes, I said life. Its location is hard to explain and even stranger to visit. Imagine a historic house with hundreds of years of history. The bar, located in the cellar, is surrounded by stone walls and the space fills with eclectic music daily. Don't be upset if you show up and find a large group already pouring out of the building. This bar is one that is busy 7 days a week.
Do I need to tell you to check out the Panama Canal or did you already figure that out for yourself? There is also a museum if you want to infuse a little education in between bars. Did I just loose you? Alright, back to the bar. If you have time and can figure out how to get there, check out Scena y Platea. If you are in your early thirties you will fit right in. If you are younger, you will still love it.
Did I fail to mention the variety of casinos? If you feel the urge to fine tune your craps skills you can visit around 5 local gambling establishments and make some extra cocktail money. See, there are other places to gamble that may be better than Vegas. That's right, I said it.
So say good-bye couch and hello to your new set of Panamanian friends. They are just what you and your Facebook page needs.