Travelling around Seville is always exciting, but when you have the opportunity to get to know more about one of the most authentic places in the city, this excitement is heightened like never before.
The most authentic streets of the city of Seville hold the greatest of tourist treasures, its people and its culture, which is lived with great passion in Triana. Triana is the key to understanding and feeling Andalusia, because everything in Seville, and especially in the Triana neighbourhood, is about feelings, about living life with passion.
Our GuruWalkers know this and the best thing is that they know how to tell and share a story as only someone from Triana does, walking and living its streets.
Triana offers a lot to those who want to get to know it. This unique neighbourhood of Seville has spaces of unequalled tourist attraction such as those mentioned below:
La Puerta de Jerez, a square located in the place formerly occupied by one of the gates of the wall of Seville and where the road to Jerez de la Frontera began. Today this space within our route through the Triana neighbourhood has a beautiful Híspalis fountain and the emblematic Hotel Alfonso XIII, undoubtedly representing one of the most important squares in this city.
Then we can enjoy a walk along Betis street, one of the most popular and visited passages of Seville, whoever has come to Triana and has not taken a selfie from here has not come to Triana.
Likewise we have another obligatory stop for all tourists who visit Seville, specifically the Triana neighbourhood and that we as GurusWalkers can not miss and show you, The church of Santa Ana, which has a Mudejar Gothic style and is known by all as "the Cathedral of Triana", I guess you already know why.
Throughout its history, approximately 800 years, the building has undergone numerous reconstructions that bear witness to the melting pot of cultures that populate the streets of Triana. The Seville Mariners' Chapel is another point of interest for visitors.
The Plaza del Altozano of Seville, the monument to ceramics and the soleá of Triana, the Callejón de la Inquisición, the Castle of San Giorgio (former seat of the Court of the Holy Inquisition from 1481 to 1785), the mythical Triana Bridge, over the Guadalquivir River, linking its two banks. It is the oldest iron bridge still preserved in Spain, these are places that make Triana an unforgettable place.
Everyone who visits Seville longs to return to Triana, because its charm, its people and its atmosphere are responsible for making you live the best tourist experience you have ever had.