A cosmopolitan capital with a skyline expanse of sleek high-risers that may surprise you. A vibrant, evocative historic district of tile-roofed Spanish Colonial architecture. A tropical rainforest with a sun-washed canopy you can glide across in an aerial tram. And, oh yeah, there’s that iconic Canal. It’s all in Central America’s Panama, a country with not one but two coastlines: Pacific and Caribbean. An exotic destination that, for eastern U.S. travelers, doesn’t even require switching time zones. As in, no jet lag.