- Address: Triana, Seville, Spain
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Market, Family And Kids, Neighborhoods
As far as the trianeros are concerned, they are a different people than the people of Seville. Descended of gypsies, historically kept outside of the main city of Seville, they have given Triana a character that is very distinct from Seville, a mix of Roman and Moorish and Christian. They are mad about flamenco, have a thriving ceramics and tile industry, celebrate their own festivals with pomp and splendour. The highlights of the district are:
- The Puente de Triana, connecting Trianna to Seville
- The Triana market
- The Altozano square
- The San Jacinto, San Jorge and Castilla streets
- The Callejón de la Inquisición (Inquisition alley)
- The Santa Ana pottery factory
- The Baroque Parish Church of Our Lady of the O
- Church of Santa Ana
- Calle Betis, the lively street on the waterfront
- The Inquisition Museum at the remains of the Castillo San Jorge
- Tower at the Pavilion of Navigation
It’s thought that Emperor Trajan founded the city.
- Subway L1 stop Parque de los Principes.
- Bus 43 stop Ronda de Los Tejares (Turrunuelo).
- Bus 05, 06, A7, C1, C2 stop Ronda de Triana (Manuel Arellano).
- Bus 40 stop San Jacinto (Pages del Corro).
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14.52% of people who visit Seville include Triana in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
35.35% of people start their Triana visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Triana
85.94% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Triana