After the destruction of Panama Viejo by the Pirata Morgan, the authorities decided to move the city a safer place to be near a water source. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, colonial gem with narrow streets, elaborate balconies, wonderful churches and beautiful parks, the Old Town in our imagination conjures that era of pirates and conquerors. Witness the sunset at one of their outdoor cafe and relive that time. Visit the Canal Museum, the building that housed the offices of the French Canal, or the Plaza de Francia and the vaults. If you like the culture, then you must visit the National Theatre, and admire their elaborate balconies and cool your ceiling.