Panama city has endless activities to do on a Sunday. Whether you’re a panamanian or a foreigner visiting Panama, this are 100% panamanian places!
We start our Sunday Tour in El Trapiche Restaurant at Albrook. El Trapiche is a restaurant chain with 32 years, offering a lots of traditional panamanian food. This is the Centennial Breakfast: An hojaldre covered in creole sauce, pork rings, fried eggs and local crumbled cheese. Oh yes, forget the diet for the day. It’s sunday! And who knows, you might run into the King and Queen of Spain, Floyd Mayweather, our dearest Roberto Durán and/or our National Football Team!
Next Stop: Biomuseo in Amador. A beautiful museum of natural history full of interesting trivia and a lot of panamanian personality. Designed by Frank Gehry, a very talented Canadian architect married to a panamanian.
We had an authentic combination ceviche at Sabores del Chorrillo(sea bass, shrimp, octopuss, scallops, onions, etc) with the coldest beer ever. Panama is very hot! Literally. Don’t forget to try the fried fish platter, Chorrillo’s signature dish.
Last, but not least, Panama’s Casco Viejo. A place full of history, mysteries, and sightseeing. Excelent place to walk, relax, and spend your afternoon.
Tip: Take some water with you or try the delicious raspaos to help you beat the heat!