Famous for having its own strong identity – it’s known in Seville as «The independent republic of Triana» – this district is celebrated for its azulejos (ceramic tiles), made in workshops here originally using mud from the river bank; its sailors, bullfighters and flamenco artists (gypsies had to live here as they weren’t allowed intramuros, inside the main city walls); and the Inquisition – learn more about this dark chapter in Seville’s history at Castillo de San Jorge, next to the excellent food market.
– Meeting Point: Triana Bridge
(In the middle of the square)
– BOOK THIS TOUR
– ENGLISH AND ESPAÑOL
– DAILY SCHEDULE:
10:00H / 14:00H (From September to June)
20:00H (July and August) – MAX 15 PEOPLE