Triana, Sevilla


Built upon the western shore of the Guadalquivir River and extending inward, Triana looks out upon the barrio El Arenal.


In a nutshell

Triana, like the Macarena, has its cultural roots planted firmly in its working class tradition. To get away from the undeniably beautiful but touristy centro, cross the beautiful Triana bridge and spend a few hours soaking up the lively atmosphere of Sevilla's traditional gypsy quarter. Famed for its fiery gypsy passion, its pure and sensual flamenco and its hand-painted ceramics, you won't be disappointed by this traditional neighborhood.