Reprosa & Panama Viejo


Jewelry Factory - Pre-colombian unique pieces
Panama Viejo - First Spanish city established on the American Pacific


Transportation car
Bilingual tour guide
Entrance fees to sites


Light clothing is advisable
Comfortable shoes are essential when going on day tours
Use sunblock and insect repellent whenever spending time outdoors




Tue.- Fri.-


Departure from to Reprosa Jewelry factory where reproduction of pre – Colombian pieces as well as original are created using the lost wax casting method. The Reprosa factory is a leader in the conservation and promotion of the history, cultural traditions, ecological beauty, and ethnic diversity of Panama. Continue to visit the ruins of the old city Panama Viejo, allegedly sacked by Henry Morgan in 1671 and declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Panama Viejo was founded in 1519 as the first Spanish city on the American Pacific. The city later became an important commercial center from where large amounts of gold were transported to the Caribbean coast to be shipped to Europe.

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Reprosa & Panama Viejo

Reprosa represents the best of Panama’s history, traditions, and nature through top quality handmade jewelry and handicrafts. Panama Viejo was founded in 1519 as the first Spanish city on the American Pacific.