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Puente de Isabel II (Puente de Triana)

1,225 Reviews

Puente de Isabel II (Puente de Triana)

1,225 Reviews
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Puente de Isabel II Connecting Calle Reyes Católicaos and Plaza del Altozano, 41010 Seville Spain
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Skip the Line: Tablao Flamenco Pura Esencia Ticket

Skip the Line: Tablao Flamenco Pura Esencia Ticket

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Enjoy a live flamenco show on the banks of the Guadalquivir River in the Triana district, considered the heart of flamenco in Seville. Watch a flamenco dance performance accompanied by live Spanish guitar, singing, and rhythmic clapping that fill the small theater. Your ticket includes a tasting of Manzanilla, a typical sherry wine from southern Andalusia.
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Martyn Cymro wrote a review Sep 2020
Coimbra, Portugal2,749 contributions263 helpful votes
Apparently for Sevillians Puente de Triana holds a special place in their hearts, but I was not overly impressed. It connects the 2 sides of the city over the River Guadalquivir and has been declared a historic monument. It was opened in 1852.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Dimitris L wrote a review Apr 2020
Sydney, Australia14,942 contributions55,217 helpful votes
Puente de Isabel II (Puente de Triana) connects two parts of the city. We actually walked over this bridge and enjoyed some of the views which such bridges usually offer. The bridge is built of metal and the arches add a nice look to it. It was built in the 19th century as it replaced a floating bridge that had been there since the 12th century! Amazing!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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PrestonGuild wrote a review Jan 2020
United Kingdom52,204 contributions2,559 helpful votes
Built in 1852 and restored in 1977. It is now declared an historical monument. There are many bridges that crosses the Guadalquivir river. This one is worth visiting early in the morning for photo opportunities.
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Date of experience: March 2019
nnmercman wrote a review Jan 2020
Camberley, United Kingdom12,300 contributions1,316 helpful votes
The bridge connects Seville city centre side of the river with Triana neighbourhood and to be honest it’s nothing special to look at. However, it is from a historical perspective as it was the first solid bridge in Seville, completed in 1852 to replace a pontoon type bridge originally built by the Moors in the 12th century (obviously refurbished over the years!). My overall score reflects the historical aspect rather than the aesthetic perspective.
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Date of experience: January 2020
LuizDutraNeto wrote a review Dec 2019
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,054 contributions1,357 helpful votes
The arab caliphs of Andalusia built a bridge over the "Río de Guadalquivir" around 1171. By that time, and during seven centuries, it was known as the "Bridge of the Boats", as it consisted of 13 boats moored with chains supporting strong wooden planks. The actual bridge replaces the old one and was built under the reign of Spanish Queen Isabel II. Inaugurated in 1852, its project was based on an analogue one, designed for the now gone "Carrousel Bridge" in Paris. "Puente de Isabel II", also known as "Puente de Triana", connects Seville's old town and vibrant "Barrio de Triana". You can easily walk from one side to the other, remembering that Triana quarter is famous for its cafés, restaurants and for the most acclaimed "tablaos flamencos" in Seville. One last hint: "Puente de Isabel II" is almost in front of Seville's "Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza"! Impossible to miss it at any visit to Seville. Enjoy!.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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