Old Jewish quarter of Seville.
It is the tourist area of the city and houses the most beautiful monuments, alleys and corners, as they can be; the Cathedral of Seville and its Giralda, Mateos Gago street, the Patio Bandera surrounded by the walls of the Alcázar, the Murillo Gardens, the Plaza de Santa Cruz or the Callejón del Agua.
Here you will enjoy the best tapas in town.
The neighborhood with the most essence of Seville, Triana is the birthplace of bullfighters, artists, artisans and dancers.
Known for its tapas bars, its typical Mercado de Abastos and its small artisan shops of Sevillian tiles and ceramics.
You can enjoy the best flamenco and the best views on the other side of the river.