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Visit of the Triana neighborhood for 2 hours 2024

 2H Triana Night Tour English.

Visit of the Triana neighborhood for 2 hours - 2024

Night Visit to Triana Neighborhood of Seville

Visit the Triana neighborhood in Seville What to see in Triana - What to visit in Triana, essential places - The Triana Bridge - La Capillita del Carmen - The kiosk of flowers - The Plaza del Altozano
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Visit in Triana: A night tour of Seville's Bohemian district

Enjoy the charm of Seville's Triana on a night tour.

With this nocturnal visit to Triana, we will relive this atmosphere and discover anecdotes, events and historical sites of the Triana neighborhood.

Welcome to our guided night tour of Triana in Seville.a tour that will take you to some of the most emblematic and culturally important places of the well known 'gypsy' neighborhood Triana: Triana Bridge, Betis Street, Capillita del Carmen, we will pass in front of the Triana market, the Castle of San Jorge, the Church of Santa Ana, the house of Esperanza de Triana, and the old Cava of the gypsies, cradle of flamenco.

We will also see the Castle of San Jorge to enjoy from this key point spectacular views of Seville and the Guadalquivir River.

When you take this guided night tour of Triana, Seville, you are sure to leave with incredible memories and a deep appreciation for seeing this vibrant and unique area at night.

  • Included/Not included

     Triana Night Tour 
     Every Thursday 
    • Walking tour of the Triana neighborhood.
    • Accompanied by a professional guide.
    • Drinks and food.
    • Monument tickets.
  • Availability and Prices

    Check our booking calendar for tour prices and the availability of times and dates throughout the year.

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    Please, check the voucher you will receive for the details and specific instructions about this activity.

  • More details of your activity in Triana.

    Triana Neighbourhood Tour - Visit Triana neighborhood of Seville
    Triana Neighbourhood Tour - Visit Triana neighborhood of Seville

    There are several theories about Triana, its origin and the origins of its name. Among the strongest candidates is the one that argues that it comes from Roman times, and is an allusion to the emperor Trajan.

    The origins of the Triana neighborhood date back to the foundation of Seville by the Phoenician merchant Melkart, who would be renamed Hercules.

    To get there, we will cross the Isabel II Bridge. Also known as the Triana Bridge, the Isabel II Bridge is the border of the two shores, of 'the two Seville', of two unique worlds. An endearing place that preserves the bohemian spirit of yesteryear, it is one of the favorite neighborhoods of many Sevillians.

    Cradle of gypsy culture in Seville, the neighborhood has its own identity. A different atmosphere from the other neighborhood of the old town, the beautiful Barrio de Santa Cruz.

    This neighborhood is just a stone's throw from the famous Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla, where bullfighters from all over the world gather to fight. Other activities visitors can enjoy in the neighborhood include a visit to "La Macarena", a well-known statue of the Virgin Mary, and visits to the nearby ceramics factory.

    Triana does not have the great monuments that we can find in the rest of Seville, such as the Alcazar, the Cathedral, the Plaza de España... the charm of Triana is its people. Trianeros are very particular and very proud people, in fact half jokingly half seriously they say that they are not really from Seville, but they are inhabitants of the Independent Republic of Triana.

    There is always a lot of activity in Triana, unusual characters, locals in love with their houses, their neighborhoods, flamingos on the corner of the streets and the eternal Triana Market located in the ruins of the old Castillo de San Jorge whose fruity aromas await a basket.

    Known for this different atmosphere, a place where the memory of the artists is noted. Cradle of bullfighters and flamencos, where the otherness is lived. It is a place of mixture and heterodoxy since people from all over the world come to Seville. It is not a monumental place, its essence comes from the people, who in this place found the opportunity to live in their own way.

    Triana is undoubtedly one of the most touristic neighborhoods, but it is a great place to visit and see the different types of crafts and architecture that are a perfect imprint of Seville's past.

    The Triana neighborhood has always been appreciated

    The artist/writer Richard Ford, for example, was one of those folklore-mad romantics who visited Seville in the 19th century, a man who, because of his rich and cultured condition, had an unstoppable curiosity to know the entrails of the place where he had lived. He lived in Seville and was amazed at how little attention was paid to flamenco in Spain, and that the public was much more attentive to foreign artists in search of modernity than to the dancing and singing of Sevillian music. He also said that the women of Seville were always ready to prepare a "función", as these shows were called, which were paid parties held in the Triana neighborhood, where bullfighters, smugglers, pilletes and gypsies gathered, whose wives were the main dancers in these shows.

    3 famous streets in the Triana neighborhood

    The famous Triana neighborhood is well known for its alleys, its little corners but three of them stand out for their fame, another reason why you can not miss a walk through this neighborhood so characteristic.

    Betis Street

    This street is possibly the most portrayed of the Triana neighborhood. Framed between the Isabel II Bridge -the famous Triana Bridge- and the San Telmo Bridge, it is one of the streets you cannot miss.

    San Jacinto Street

    San Jacinto Street crosses a large part of the Triana neighborhood and can be said to be one of its main arteries. It is accessed after crossing the Isabel II bridge and formerly linked the area with the Aljarafe of Seville.

    Paseo de Nuestra Señora de la O

    The Paseo de la O runs along the river from the Isabel II Bridge to the Cristo de la Expiración Bridge. With these 3 streets you can learn a little more about the beautiful neighborhood of Triana and enjoy its popular culture and history. You will find all types of accommodations, from tourist apartments to 4 star hotels in the heart of Triana.

    Brotherhood of the Hope of Triana

    Our guide will also tell you about one of the most famous places in the Triana neighborhood: the Hermandad de la Esperanza de Triana. The Hermandad de la Esperanza de Triana The Hermandad de la Esperanza de Triana is a catholic brotherhood that was founded in 1856. They are known for their charitable work.

    The Hermandad de la Esperanza de Triana was born as a humanitarian association that helped the poor and needy, especially the illiterate who could not read. The members made no distinction between Christians or non-Christians. They also provided basic education to the neighborhood children, including teaching them to read and write. Eventually, they established a hospital where they cared for the sick and elderly poor in the center of the city.

    The Hermandad de la Esperanza was well known for its good work until it was forced to close due to the Spanish government's suspicion of its activities during the Civil War (1936-39). After Franco's victory over the Republicans.

    The brothers work as counselors and psychologists for those suffering from addictions, depression and other mental illnesses. They also provide pastoral care to those who have lost loved ones or are suffering from loneliness. The Sisters of Charity who run the hospital of San Sebastian have been using the services of this sisterhood since 1824.

    If you prefer a private tour of Triana neighborhood in your language. Private tour Barrio de Triana.

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  • Accessibility & What tips do you need to know before your visit?


    • High accessibility.

    What tips do you need to know before your visit?

    • Good footwear for walking in the Triana neighborhood of Seville.
  • FAQS : Visit of the Triana Neighborhood.

    The answers to the most frequently asked questions.

    Where is the Triana neighborhood?

    Triana is one of the best known neighborhoods in Seville. It is located near the Guadalquivir River. Historically, the Triana neighborhood was the center of the arts such as flamenco, dance and known as the bohemian neighborhood.

    What divides Seville from Triana?

    Triana is located on the eastern bank of the Guadalquivir River and is separated from the ancient city walls by the river dock that runs along its historic course. The neighborhood is connected to the center of Seville by the Triana Bridge, the San Telmo Bridge and the Cristo de la Expiración Bridge.

    When was the Triana Bridge built?

    It was built between 1845 and 1852 by the French engineers Gustave Steinacher and Ferdinand Bennetot. The construction of the bridge as we know it replaced the Pont des Barques. For the design, the engineers were largely inspired by the Carousel Bridge, which, unfortunately, would disappear years later.

  • Cancellation policy

    • Moderate cancellation policy.
    • The refund of the price of the monuments tickets will not be granted in case of cancellation of the visit.
    • Cancellations made 48 hours before the start of the activity will be refunded 100%.
    • Cancellations made between 48 and 24 hours before the start of the activity, 50% refund.
    • Cancellations made less than 24 hours before the start of the activity will not be refunded.

    Rules & Restrictions

    • Late arrivals will not be reimbursed . If the group is complete, the visit will begin waiting for a time acceptable to those who are delayed (about 5 / 7mn).


  • Visit of the Triana neighborhood for 2 hours


    The Triana Bridge is iconic in its own way, the path between the two rivas and its views of the river are not to be missed.
  • Visit of the Triana neighborhood for 2 hours


    It is probably the most appreciated of Seville's bridges and the neighborhood with the most idendity of its own. We loved it.
  • Visit of the Triana neighborhood for 2 hours


    Yes, the perfect way to get to the Triana neighborhood. It was wonderful again. I love Seville and this fresh air of Triana.
  • Visit of the Triana neighborhood for 2 hours


    5 stars for being a great bridge! 5 stars for being a great guide! 5 stars for being a different kind of night tour!
  • Visit of the Triana neighborhood for 2 hours


    All cool! A perfect 2-hour visit before dinner.

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