Panama City is an attractive destination for expats due to its low cost of living, excellent climate, and diverse culture. The capital, is one of the most visited places in Panama and boasts a variety of attractions that make it attractive for expats. It has a vibrant nightlife with plenty of bars, clubs, and restaurants to choose from. There are also many cultural activities throughout the city such as museums, historical sites, and parks.
When it comes to things do in Panama City there’s no shortage of options! From visiting one of the many historical sites like Old Panama Historical District or Casco Viejo Fortifications World Heritage Site to learning about Panama’s diverse wildlife at Biomuseo or visiting Miraflores Visitor Center by Panama Canal – there’s something new around every corner! For those looking for some outdoor adventure should definitely check out Mi Pueblito Eco Adventure Park where they can take part in canopy tours, zip lines, horseback riding excursions plus much more! Other great attractions include Bridge Of The Americas Sightseeing Tours which take you along beautiful views during sunset cruises or Amador Causeway where you can rent bicycles and explore nearby islands like Taboga Island which offer stunning ocean views! Lastly don’t forget Calzada de Amador which offers plenty of restaurants serving delicious international cuisine as well as boutiques shops selling handmade arts & crafts from all over Latin America – definitely worth checking out!
For expats and digital nomads looking for a place to call home, Panama City offers many neighborhoods that are perfect for living life as an expat.
Most popular among these are El Cangrejo, Marbella, San Francisco, Punta Pacifica and Costa del Este. Each neighborhood has its own unique flavor that appeals to different tastes; El Cangrejo is full of trendy cafes and small businesses while Marbella has a more relaxed vibe with local street vendors lining the streets selling local food products.
San Francisco is great for shopping as there are many designer stores scattered throughout the area while Punta Pacifica is known for its high-end residential properties and luxurious lifestyle amenities. Lastly Costa del Este provides the best combination of luxury living with access to great dining options and entertainment centers such as Panama Viejo National Park or Panama Canal Museum & Zoo.
In Panama City you can easily find reasonably priced housing that fits your needs. Renting a place in Panama City will generally range from $400-$1200 per month depending on size and location but be aware that prices may go up if your contract is long-term or if you choose to live in one of the more exclusive neighborhoods such as Punta Pacifica or Costa del Este.
The cost of living in Panama City is relatively low compared to other major cities around the world. Groceries can be bought at supermarkets like Super 99 or Rey where prices tend to be lower than U.S counterparts; fresh fruits and vegetables can also be found at local farmers markets where prices remain very affordable throughout the year; furthermore transportation costs in Panama are also quite economic especially when taking taxis which start at around $2 per ride depending on distance traveled (it’s even cheaper by bus!).
With all Panama City has to offer it’s easy to see why this destination is so popular among expats. Panama City offers a great mix of culture, entertainment and affordability that will surely make the transition into life as an expat easier.
Whether you’re looking for luxury living or just want to explore Panama City on a budget there are plenty of great neighborhoods and attractions that have something for everyone! With Panama City as your new home you’ll soon find yourself in paradise. Enjoy your stay in Panama!