Panama City

Panama City has more shopping options than you can shake a credit card at. Because of the country's role as an international port, manufactured goods from all over the world are cheaper in Panama than in most countries. Merchants from South and Central America regularly travel here to shop, but Americans will find that the U.S. megastores often beat the local prices for cameras and other electronic goods—plus the stores back home are more convenient in terms of warranties. Busy Vía Veneto, in El Cangrejo, and Casco Viejo have souvenir shops. The city also has several modern malls, where the selection ranges from cheap to chic.

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  • 1. Papiro y Yo


    Many of the bags, baskets, necklaces, and other items in this colorful shop are the product of recycling, made from magazine pages, flip tops...Read More

  • 2. Centro Municipal de Artesanías Panameñas


    A good place to shop for molas is the Centro Municipal de Artesanías Panameñas, a small market where most of the stands are owned by Kuna women...Read More

  • 3. Flory Saltzman Molas


    Flory Saltzman Molas has the country's biggest mola collection—thousands of those colorful creations divided by theme and quality, and stacked...Read More

  • 4. Galería Arte Indígena


    Galería Arte Indígena, just down the street from Plaza Francia, has indigenous handicrafts such as Emberá baskets, animal figures carved from...Read More

  • 5. Mercado de Artesanía de Panamá Viejo


    The Mercado de Artesanía de Panamá Viejo, next to the Centro de Visitantes (Visitor Center), is packed with small shops and stalls selling...Read More

  • 6. Mercado de Buhonería


    Masks, hammocks, and other handicrafts tend to be relatively inexpensive at the Mercado de Buhonería, a small market behind the old train station...Read More

  • 7. Centro Artesanal Antiguo YMCA

    Balboa | Crafts

    The city's biggest and nicest craft market occupies what was once the gym of the Balboa YMCA, which is why it is called the Centro Artesanal...Read More

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