Mercado de Triana

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Mercado de Triana
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Flea & Street Markets
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9:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Monday
9:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Friday
9:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Sunday
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Robert O
Rotterdam, The Netherlands3,219 contributions
Since 1823 there has been a market here, but the current facility dates from 2001. Though frequented by many tourists, local people still dominate the market's dynamic. A pleasant place to stroll around especially in the morning. After lunch hours activity decreases. By 3 PM most stalls are closed.

Price levels are average if you take into account quality. Keep in mind that Spanish customers are prepared to pay up for traditional quality food.
Written July 7, 2022
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Dimitris L
Sydney, Australia40,276 contributions
Mercado de Triana is a great local Market with just about everything you would wish to eat and also take home, if you could. It is certainly for locals but anyone can enjoy the goodies, as we did. They have tasty tapas. You can buy something on the run and feel the taste, it's all so fresh. The Market, in fact has its origins a long way back to the early 19th century, but its history goes a lot further back in time! It's a lesser known fact that the Castillo de San Jorge, used to be in this area. This was where the court of the dreaded Inquisition used to sit, back in the Middle Ages! Today there are only a few traces that remain of that building. It's certainly worth visiting!
Written April 14, 2020
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Mairwen1
United Kingdom6,620 contributions
With 3 days in Seville, we had time to explore a little further beyond the Real Alcazar and the Cathedral. We started by crossing the bridge, Puente de Isabella II, which leads you straight to the market. It’s immediately on your right as you leave the bridge.
We got the timing wrong here and missed most of everything. We went sometime after midday which was a mistake. It was way too late. It's not a big market anyway, and most things were closed or closing. You really need to be there in the morning. We wandered through anyway and bought a small snack. Even without the bustle and atmosphere, there was still quite a bit of colour. Stall signs are made of classic Triana painted tiles and there are little tapas bars alongside local fruit and veg and seafood.
NOTE: Don’t miss the small museum that sits underground, right beneath the market. The market was built over the top of a 12th century castle and you can walk through the remains. The steps down to the entrance are next to the market doors, just as you come off the bridge. What is most interesting about it, is that for over 300 years this castle was the headquarters of the Spanish Inquisition. Entry is free and it’s well worth visiting at the same time as the market.
Written January 1, 2021
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J S
London, UK538 contributions
Family
So you might enjoy this. But you might think it’s nothing special. This is more a local market than Spanish food hall. Lots of places selling raw meat and fish to the locals to cook at home. Also a few tapas places, some bric-a-brac and flower stalls. It’s not like the bustling tapas laden food markets of Madrid (e.g. San Miguel) or Barcelona
Written February 21, 2020
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Felipe B
Birmingham, UK145 contributions
Couples
Small market in Triana, next to the bridge. Lots of shops selling fruit, meat, cheese...you name it! A beautiful place, with attention to detail, friendly people, reasonably priced, places to have food on the go as well as seating down. Would highly recommend .
Written November 3, 2021
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drmingi
Franklin Lakes, NJ92 contributions
Couples
My wife and I went to the Mercado Triana expecting authentic Andalusian food. What we didn't expect was the best Flamenco show ever. There was this small theater with about 15 seats in the back of the market near the open café. We thought nothing of it, but decided to try it for the price of 15 Euros per person at 12:00 noon. What we got was one of the best experiences of our 5 day stay in Seville. The guitarist and the dancer was absolutely spectacular!!! The singers were also great! What a TREAT!!! Would recommend this place above any other in the whole city! Afterwards we had great fresh seafood tapas, with wine and beer for our lunch. Great experience!!
Written May 30, 2014
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belem49
Brighton, England67 contributions
Solo
It's lovely when you can chat to a market stall holder out of interest and feel that, whether you buy something or not on this occasion, that you're welcome and that they're proud of what they sell. The gentleman at Pescadería La Pipa was graciousness itself when I asked about the different kinds of fish on display - young hake, young mackerel, cazón - a type of shark, fish I'd not seen on sale in the UK. If I were living in Seville, I'd shop with him - as it was I was soon to catch a bus and fresh fish would have been an embarrassment.

The folk at La Alegria de la Huerta - Manuel and Conchi, are a delight. Conchi ended up giving me traditional recipes to cook the new season's dried mushrooms from the Sierra de Aracena that I bought from them. Dried local Sierra mushrooms are a great travelling souvenir - light and unusual presents too. Manuel had tempted me over with a slice of wild apple - of a kind that I've never come across in the UK. I was glad to stay and see what else they had. A proper local market experience, with all the richness of human contact and knowledge.

One post in the market that I would avoid like the plague if I lived in Sevilla was the dried bean/legume and spice (Semillería, especias y legumbres) stall at Puesto 49. Apparently the guy who runs it is highly unpopular with other stall holders and when I was there he was making unpleasant remarks about tourists, especially English-speaking tourists. Now, I'm sure that some tourists can be obnoxious but, as another stall holder told me - about 50% of business in the market comes from tourists and that all customers should be treated with respect and all should be welcomed. It's not a nice feeling to hand over money to a man who wishes you didn't exist, so I'd give 49 a miss until it changes hands, personally.

Aceitunas el Puente at 47 is the complete opposite to 49. Olives, honey, Ronda wine and deli delights. The 'guindillas de Navarra' are delicious, tender green peppers from far in the north. The owner of the stall is a lovely man, happy to offer tries of his olives and to chat about his products. Another family business with pride in the choice of products on offer. The owner has spent time in England, as I remember, so there should be no language barrier and he's keen to share his products with those who might not have had a chance to sample such things back home.

When I was looking up the proper name of the market to write this review, I found that it has a website with info on each stall and on where to find different products. Not sure if I can link to it here, but it's Mercadodetrianasevilla.com
Written December 13, 2015
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875Broon
Bogota, Colombia3 contributions
Solo
I had a lovely tapa in Cerveceria Lola, No.24-25 of the market. But round the back of there is a fruit & veg stand where they tried to charge me 6.50 Euros for three clementines, a small bag of carrots and a small bunch of grapes (I went outside to a normal fruit shop and bought the same for 1.10). When I told the man I didn't want it and went to walk away, his assistant (son?) started abusing me, said I had the face of an idiot! I told him that, although I was a tourist, I'm not an idiot. So, be wary of sky-high prices for tourists. They clearly think tourists are idiots.
Written December 16, 2015
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David D
Perth, Australia13 contributions
Couples
We were looking for a place to have a quick lunch while in Seville, came across Mercado de Triana.
Good points
It's new
It's modern
The food is sensational
You can get sensational tapas of all varieties.
The beer is cold
You can have a bit to eat from different stalls
Prices are good
It is close to all major attractions
The vibe is great
If you are looking for a place to chill out while you just want a bite and a drink, welcome to your world ,,,
We absolutely loved it
Written June 13, 2015
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Travelbound44
Rotonda West, FL634 contributions
Couples
We are staying in Seville in the Triana neighborhood for the month of January. We wanted to live like the locals and the most important thing to us was to be able to go to the local market every day and get our food. The market is located right at the foot of the bridge as you enter Triana. You can enter the market from all 4 sides. This ranks as the best we have seen anywhere. You want fresh? Seafood, meat, cheese,olives, vegetables that look like they are on steroids, breads, the list goes on and on. We have visited on a daily basis and the merchants are always ready to help with our lack of Spanish. They smile at us and say HOLA! We feel right at home. Pricing is inexpensive compared to where we live. There is even a Sushi bar and caviar. One of our favorites is the Italian merchant who makes fresh pasta and sauces every day. Great learning experience. WOW:)
Written January 25, 2013
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  • Mon - Sat 9:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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