There is nothing like getting lost in the old quarter to find the real character of a beautiful city. Wander the west bank of the Guadalquivir River to a neighborhood known as Triana, or the gypsy quarter. Known for their vibrant festivals, ceramics workshops, tapas bars, and narrow cobblestoned streets, Triana is considered by many locals to be different from the rest of Seville. It is the spiritual heart of flamenco and bullfighting. In the summer, most of the city’s nightlife centers on Calle Betis, which offers some of the finest views of Torre del Oro and La Giralda.
*Triana Market (oddly on the site of an old prison)
*Calle Betis (night life scene)
*Iglesia de Santa Ana (“Cathedral of Triana”)
*Fábrica de Cerámica Santa Anta (one of the oldest ceramic shops/studios in Seville)
*Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo (once a monastery and ceramic factory, now a contemporary art museum)
This beautiful plaza is situated between the Seville Cathedral with the Giralda Tower and the Real... Read more