Triana is one of the most colourful, idiosyncratic neighbourhoods in Seville. Located on an island between two branches of the River Guadalquivir this colourful quarter has developed its own characteristic culture, its people considering themselves different in character from the rest of sevillanos.
The area has a traditional pottery and tile industry and a vibrant flamenco culture Experience the magic and charm of its people, art, food, colours and aromas. This guided walking tour will start with a visit to the Chapel of El Cachorro, the seat of the Holy Week Brotherhood of the same name. We'll also visit a corral, tenements organized around...
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- Activity address:
Parada de autobuses rojos. Torre del Oro