Triana

Triana, Seville: Address, Phone Number, Triana Reviews: 4/5

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For a more authentic and decidedly less well-scrubbed experience, it’s worth crossing the river to explore this scruffy but vibrant old quarter, historically the centre of azulejo, or glazed-tile production. There are plenty of tapas bars for sustenance to sustain your ceramic shopping, and it’s fun to seek out the surviving corrales. These tiny buildings with flower-smothered courtyards once housed extended the gypsy families from which emerged Spain’s greatest flamenco dynasties.
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davidandmel
Birmingham, UK1,383 contributions
Dec 2021
Triana used to be the poor side of town but has been smartened up with boutique hotels, funky bars and good eateries. There are some lovely buildings and it is a good place to shop for ceramics. There are also great views back across the river.
Written December 18, 2021
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leuveen
United Kingdom1,002 contributions
Dec 2021 • Friends
A pretty district to explore, not as picturesque as the old city but still worth a trip - especially to the ceramic shops and the passage near the river.
Written December 16, 2021
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PaulB
Maastricht, The Netherlands2,315 contributions
Nov 2021
Since we had time left in Sevilla, we went to the recommended Triana area at the West side of the canal de Alfonso XIII.
A bit of a walk, approx. 20 minutes, from the old part of Sevilla at the opposite side of the canal.
I was there, I did see it.
That's it.
Written December 8, 2021
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Sandi S
27 contributions
Aug 2021
On the other side of the river is Triana. Best tapas in town with reasonable prices. Birth place of the Flamenco . A very happening town.
Written October 19, 2021
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Glenn S
East Grinstead, UK339 contributions
Sep 2021
When you hit the river by the Golden tower across the river you can see the contrasting buildings of the Triana area of the city. Nicely decorated pastel coloured buildings.
Written October 5, 2021
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NomadicTraveller7
Fuerteventura9,247 contributions
Mar 2020
We wandered around atmospheric Tiana a few times during our stay. A plus was that there were much less tourists/visitors. We loved having coffee by the river admiring the stunning view of the cathedral and the Giralda Tower. The market was also a great place to visit.
Written February 28, 2021
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Natasha
Glasgow, UK7 contributions
Oct 2020
Stayed in Triana for seven nights, pretty town with a ceramic museum. The main street was busy with lots or restaurants and a market selling lots of fresh produce. Place is peaceful and quiet and close enough for walking to the major sites. The side streets also have great architecture.
Written January 19, 2021
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Mairwen1
United Kingdom5,237 contributions
Feb 2020
With 3 days in Seville, we had time to explore a little further beyond the Real Alcazar and the Cathedral so we decided to do a looped walk through Triana, which is famous for its ceramics and azulejos tiles.
A couple of hours was enough to see the following:
i) We started at the Puente Isabella II, the bridge that crosses the Guadalquivir River. This brought us right into the heart of Triana.
ii) The first thing you see from the bridge is the Capila del Carmen, a tiny but beautiful chapel
iii) The Mercado de Triana (local market) was on our right as we came off the bridge. We should have gone earlier. We went after midday and most things were closing.
iv) Next we went to the Museo Del Castilo San Jorge, a small free museum inside the remains of a 12th century castle. The market was built over the top of it, so it’s hidden away underneath the market. The steps down to the entrance are next to the market doors, just as you leave the bridge. The most interesting thing is that for over 300 years the castle was the headquarters of the Spanish Inquisition. There’s an exhibition inside and entry is free.
v) Afterwards we wandered around some of the narrow lanes, looking out for colourful, interesting tiled decorations on the houses and walls and we stopped at some of the ceramics shops, esp Ceramica Triana / Ceramica Santa Ana.
vi) Finally we headed back to the bridge along Calle San Jacinto, stopping along the way for a drink and a couple of tapas plates.
Written January 1, 2021
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Razorfish
Little Rock, AR3,246 contributions
Nov 2019 • Couples
Triana is a nice neighborhood across the river from central Seville. My wife and I attended a flamenco show in Triana. There was a tapas restaurant we wanted to visit but it was full and we didn’t want to wait.
Written October 3, 2020
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annex394
Liverpool, UK42 contributions
Sep 2020
Probably due to Covid, either places were closed or too over crowded, didn't feel safe in the crowds so went back across the river
Written September 27, 2020
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