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Bridge of the Americas, Panama City
Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
Drive across Bridge of the Americas, which spans the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. Built by the United States in 1962, the bridge remains an important part of the Pan-American Highway, though it's no longer the only road crossing on the canal. The bridge serves only vehicles, so you cannot cross it on foot. If you don't wish to drive across the structure, see it from the land or from a boat or cruise ship. Our Panama City itinerary builder makes visiting Bridge of the Americas and other Panama City attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Es un lindo paseo con vistas espectaculares y se pueden hacer bellas Fotos..es un lugar obligado en la visita a PanamáIt's a beautiful walk with spectacular views and photos can be beautiful... It is a place forced the visit to Panamashow original
I'd highly recommend to visit this place and cross the bridge by car since the view is amazing. Near it you can also visit Amador at the entrance of the Canal and have a bicycle ride so you can see th... read more »
Quien va al canal debe pasar por este puente. No es tan grande o espectacular, pero está relacionado con el canal pues está a la salida de las exclusas del lado pacífico.Who is going to the channel must pass through this bridge. It is not as big or spectacular, but is related to the channel as it is out of the locks on the Pacific side.show original
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