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Bridge of the Americas

Balboa, Panama City, Panama
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Panama Canal Partial Tour - Southbound Direction
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Spanning the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal, this 5,007-foot-long arch bridge connects both North and South America and serves as an important part of the InterAmerican Highway.
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Balboa, Panama City, Panama
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Well, it is the entrance to the canal and it certainly looks nice from a boat or looking down from a plane when you are landing in tocumen. It's nice but nothing really monumental like the golden gate or the brooklin bridge, I mean, it...More

Thank fur312
Reviewed 1 week ago

El Cerro do Ancon is a hill near downtown. After about a 30 minute "hike" (it's paved), you arrive at the top where you have breathtaking views of the city and the Bridge of the Americas. We took a cab to the entrance. (about $10...More

Thank edward714
Reviewed 1 week ago

I drove on top of this bridge and enjoyed the view. One of the items on the bucket list. Glad I did it.

Thank msmxtoo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The bridge is beautiful & full of history. Viewed from afar & didn't get to cross. Best to brush up on Panama City history before you go so you don't have to spend time reading about it when you're there & have time for other...More

Thank NYE2015
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nowhere exactly to stop here , except the Chinese garden over the other side from the city ( I had believed there was a viewing platform somewhere). Be sure to get your cab to wait for you as there is no way of return.

Thank Patti T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The ride over this beautiful modern bridge is breathtaking. The view before you is Panama City, the view sideways overlooks the boats waiting to go through the Canal.

Thank TheRevs02
Reviewed 19 July 2017

Nice view and if you are in technical things like me a must see, though not everybody will probably feel this way when they look at "yet another bridge".

Thank MarcelvdB
Reviewed 17 July 2017

From the bridge, there is an awesome view of the ships, other water craft, city, and landscape that you get no where else. I wish I could have spent more time on the bridge.

Thank Cherrylogwood
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

Bridge of the Americas connects North America to South America and vice versa. Hundreds of thousands of cars and trucks use this bridge every day for import/export of various goods/cars/food. It was built by the USA.

Thank B N
Reviewed 2 July 2017

Seems like we crossed this bridge 20 times on excursions, sometimes quickly, other times took a while due to rush hour. When going on tours, definitely ask about traffic if you don't want to spend valuable vacations hours in the car.

Thank Miguel C
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