Puente de Isabel II (Puente de Triana)

Puente de Isabel II (Puente de Triana)

Puente de Isabel II (Puente de Triana)
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This is one of the historic bridges of Seville. The official name is Puente de Isabel II and the common name is Puente de Triana
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  • Charles S
    Northamptonshire, United Kingdom1,021 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Triana Bridge
    The Puente de Isabel II aka Triana Bridge, is a metal arch bridge connecting the Triana neighbourhood with the centre of the city. It crosses the Canal de Alfonso XIII, one of the arms of the River Guadalquivir that isolate Triana as an almost-island. It was built during the reign of Isabella II of Spain and completed in 1852 as the first solid bridge in Seville, replacing an earlier floating pontoon bridge which was there for many centuries. It is a pleasant walk along the riverfront promenade and walk across the bridge. The bridge also looks impressive when lit at night.
    Visited June 2023
    Written July 31, 2023
  • Sally62
    Northampton, United Kingdom5,523 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    It's a bridge
    A metal-arch bridge linking the working-class area of Triana with the city centre. It was the first solid bridge built in the city replacing a floating pontoon bridge. Nice views down river but not worth going out of your way to see.
    Visited September 2022
    Written August 16, 2023
  • permia
    61,404 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fine crossing with great riverscape panoramas
    A major crossing and originating mid 1800s it is probably the most highly regarded span of the great river. Grand designed it has three great arches with ornate circular attributes between them. On both sides fine riverscape vistas are to be enjoyed. Two famous towers predominate, del Oro on one side and the skywards Torre Sevilla on the other.
    Visited February 2024
    Traveled as a couple
    Written April 21, 2024
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Charles S
Northamptonshire, UK1,021 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023
The Puente de Isabel II aka Triana Bridge, is a metal arch bridge connecting the Triana neighbourhood with the centre of the city. It crosses the Canal de Alfonso XIII, one of the arms of the River Guadalquivir that isolate Triana as an almost-island.
It was built during the reign of Isabella II of Spain and completed in 1852 as the first solid bridge in Seville, replacing an earlier floating pontoon bridge which was there for many centuries. It is a pleasant walk along the riverfront promenade and walk across the bridge. The bridge also looks impressive when lit at night.
Written July 31, 2023
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Sally62
Northampton, UK5,523 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2022
A metal-arch bridge linking the working-class area of Triana with the city centre. It was the first solid bridge built in the city replacing a floating pontoon bridge. Nice views down river but not worth going out of your way to see.
Written August 16, 2023
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Mairwen1
United Kingdom10,646 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
With 3 days in Seville, we had time to explore a little further beyond the Real Alcazar and the Cathedral. This bridge leads you across the Guadalquivir River and right into the heart of Triana, which is known for its ceramics, tiles and flamenco. As you head into Triana, there are a number of cafes beside the river with outdoor seating and umbrellas.
The arched bridge opened in 1852 with a military parade but it is not particularly striking or picturesque and is a solid structure, made of stone pillars and iron. It’s main claim to fame is that it's the oldest iron bridge in Spain. There is a pedestrian footpath and cycle lane across the bridge so it’s easy and safe to cross.

The best 2 features are:
i) The broad, flat pedestrian path running alongside the river is lovely for a long walk beside the water. Cyclists and runners use this track also.
ii) The tower museum, Museo del Castillo San Jorge. This is tucked away by the north tower on the Triana side, with the entrance next to the market. It is only small but was very good and is worth popping into. Entry is free.
Written December 30, 2020
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permia
Ireland61,404 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Couples
A major crossing and originating mid 1800s it is probably the most highly regarded span of the great river.

Grand designed it has three great arches with ornate circular attributes between them. On both sides fine riverscape vistas are to be enjoyed.

Two famous towers predominate, del Oro on one side and the skywards Torre Sevilla on the other.
Written April 21, 2024
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tripsandfood55
London, UK4,458 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2021
It's a bridge providing access to Seville's Triana neighbourhood. Built during the reign of Isabella II of Spain and completed in 1852. Before then there was apparently a floating / pontoon bridge that was first built by the Moors in the 12th century. We went over this bridge; explored the Triana neighbourhood and then returned via the Puente de S. Telmo bridge. Triana neighbourhood has a few attractions; shops and is worth a walk around. Note: The bridge has changed over the years in that electronic scooters can be used, so it can be a bit risky if the bridge is busy with pedestrians and you accidentally walk on the cycle lane.
Written February 21, 2022
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Robert O
Rotterdam, The Netherlands5,371 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022
Bridging working-class Triana with well-to-do Seville since 1852, puente de Triana is functional. Nowadays Triana is not longer an island in the Guadalquivir river, but rather a peninsula. Moreover, there are many more bridges spanning the canal. Perhaps reasons pedestrians and cyclists have been given more space to cross.

I would be in favour of changing the official name to Triana bridge, as most historians agree Isabel 2 was one of the most corrupt rulers Spain ever had.
Written July 7, 2022
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Carolina G
Nyc15 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Friends
This bridge is something every tourist should see in Seville. When I was there, there was a breeze on the bridge, which felt good when walking. The bridge doesn't take very long to cross either. Its great if you like bridges, and even if you don't it is something every tourist in Seville should take 5-10 minutes to cross and enjoy the beautiful view of the river and the city from Triana.
Written June 29, 2016
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jmtaylor948
London, UK118 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
a bridge over the river , not a lot more to say !! easy to walk across to visit triana , and back again
Written October 29, 2019
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Baylane61
Huntington Beach, CA396 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 • Friends
Seville is a beautiful and safe city with nice landmarks, great food, reasonable prices and easy to walk around. Isabel II bridge is the most beautiful at night with lights on both sides of the bridge. The river, the bridge, and the atmosphere make Seville so special. We visited Seville in late August so the weather was hot. The best time to visit is in April when the flowers bloom. Seville is definitely a top city to visit in Spain.
Written August 30, 2019
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Jeannine2014
Modiin, Israel56 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Couples
When you stroll around Seville or when you take the boat around the Guadalquivir, it's an emblematic view of the city's area.
Written July 26, 2019
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