Triana – the flamenco neighborhood


Located between two brunches of the same river, Guadalquivir, Triana is now a special neighborhood of Seville. Once you get inside, and see its colorful streets, its bohemian life, its residents enjoying a beer or a coffee at a terrace, no stress, no rush, while a local band is doing its street show, a new world is opening in front your eyes… Triana is flamenco and bullfighting, is tiling, is tradition, and you cannot visit Seville without spending at least a Sunday morning in Triana.

Situado entre dos ramales del mismo río, Guadalquivir, Triana es ahora un barrio especial de Sevilla. Una vez que estás dentro, y ves sus coloridas calles, su vida bohemia, sus residentes gozando de una caña o un café en una terraza, sin estrés, sin prisas, mientras que una banda local está haciendo su actuación callejera, un nuevo mundo se abre delante tus ojos Triana es flamenco y toreo, es azulejos, es tradición, y no se puede visitar Sevilla sin pasar al menos un domingo por la mañana en Triana.

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