Barrio Triana


   Triana takes its name from the old homonymous traditional neighborhood, located next to the Guadalquivir River, to the other side of the historical core. It was traditionally a neighborhood of sailors, workers, potters and industrialists, famous for its bullfighters, flamenco singers and flamenco dancers.

   Today, you can visit its very peculiar streets (San Jacinto, Alfarería or Betis) both day and night, walk along the Guadalquivir River, visit its Food Market, Castillo de San Jorge, Capilla de los Marineros or tapas on some from its more traditional and folkloric bars.