Cinta Costera

Cinta Costera, Panama Republic

Cinta Costera I, Avenida Balboa Panama City.

The Cinta Costera is an important part of the New Road Network Panama City, which will distribute effectively and fluently nearly 600,000 vehicles in the City.
The Cinta Costera offers visitors a place to enjoy its green areas while inside the capital city. It has over 35 acres of land, 16 of which are entirely dedicated to green spaces.
The Cinta Costera connects the modern part of Panama City with the Old Town considered the colonial part of the city and is inspired by the “Flamengo”, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
In addition to the extensive landscaping, trees, tropical plants and flowers that adorn the beautiful landscaped gardens, the Coastal belt also offers several basketball courts, recreational parks for children, 3.5 kilometers of track for bicycles, pedestrian crossings with ramps for people with disabilities, complimentary parking, WiFi internet signal and over 7 miles of pavement with good lighting.