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Triana, Seville

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In the historical quarter of Triana, you'll walk a pedestrian street lined with Moorish and Gothic structures that illustrate Spain's rich history. The market hall, built in 2005, revives the early Moorish architecture that you'll see gracing the buildings in the area. Visit the basement of the market building to view the foundations of Castillo de San Jorge and an educational center with exhibits relaying the dark history of the Spanish Inquisition. This area hosts its own festivals and is especially recognized for its flamenco culture, so it can be a good spot to visit a restaurant or bar featuring local performers. Use our Seville trip planner to visit Triana on your trip to Seville, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Stayed in Triana for seven nights, pretty town with a ceramic museum. The main street was busy with lots or restaurants and a market selling lots of fresh produce. Place is peaceful and quiet and...  more »
  • With 3 days in Seville, we had time to explore a little further beyond the Real Alcazar and the Cathedral so we decided to do a looped walk through Triana, which is famous for its ceramics and...  more »

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