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Legends of Triana - Discovering Andalucia
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Legends of Triana

Explore the famous neighbourhood

Legends of Triana


per person

A walk through the history of the Triana district.

Triana will always be one of the most charming neighbourhoods in Seville and Spain, its particular way of understanding life as well as the dual relationship it has with old Híspalis, its secrets, its legends, everything makes it outstanding and special in a route that will surprise you.

Discover the most famous corners, legends and traditions of the Triana neighbourhood, an independent population centre of Seville until the 12th century with the construction of the bridge of boats.

Famous places such as Calle Betis, the Chapel of the Mariners, the castle of San Jorge, the church of Santa Ana, Calle Pureza, the Monipodio courtyard or the famous Triana bridge will be present in this tour.

The beauty of Triana has been a source of inspiration for novels and has served as a set for films and series. We will review its legends, history and curiosities.

A guided visit through a wonderful environment, linked to its own traditions in a tour in which crossing the bridge becomes an adventure you won’t forget.

Check the booking calendar for available times according to the season. This tour is in spanish. If you want en english, contact us.

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  • Departure
    Meeting place at Puente de Isabel II.
  • Departure Time
    Please refer to the booking calendar for pick-up points and times available depending on the season.
  • Return Time
    Approximately at 11:00 pm.
  • Include
    Professional guides
  • Not Included
    Entrances to monuments
    Private transport
    Meals and drinks


From the Capillita del Carmen we will start our route, without forgetting its flourishing market and the Castle of San Jorge. In Betis street we will discover the Monipodio courtyard and the old university of mareantes. We will reach the heart of the neighbourhood, the church of Santa Ana, and stroll through the old Cava de los gitanos, the birthplace of flamenco. Leaving the seafaring southern part, we will reach the industrial northern part. The production of ceramics has been linked to Triana since Roman times, like Saints Justa and Rufina, patron saints of the city of Seville.


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