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Triana is a neighborhood with a strong identity in the beautiful city of Seville. This identity grew from the groups of people, such as sailors and bullfighters, who weren't allowed to reside within the city walls. Triana's identity was also formed by its ceramic tile, or azulejo, workshops. Most of the tiles in Seville and other parts of Spain would have been made here. It is possible to spend a few days just enjoying this district's ambiance, but hotels in Triana, Seville also make great bases for exploring the whole city. Venere has partnerships with many hotels in Triana. Make use of our multiple photos of hotels, including sample rooms, at Venere to find the perfect choice of accommodation that meets your budget and expectations.

What's Triana, Seville Like?

When you stay at hotels in Triana, Seville, you will find plenty of lively local life on your doorstep. The Spanish Inquisition also lived outside Seville's walls in Triana; its history can be explored in the Castillo San Jorge. When you have finished visiting the castle, pop into the bustling food market next door, known for its excellent Iberian ham. Wander around the narrow, cobbled streets of Triana and then have coffee or lunch overlooking the River Guadalquivir. From here you can admire the Torre del Oro and Old Bullring across the water. Look out for Calles Pelay and Correa, both of which will give you a real taste of old Triana with their tiled house exteriors and flower-filled balconies. On Castilla Street houses were built around shared courtyards, used for washing, cooking, singing, and dancing. Altozano Square is a pretty place, surrounded by houses featuring miradores, or glass-fronted balconies. This square is also home to a statue of Juan Belmonte, one of Spain's most famous bullfighters. If you want to pay a visit to a ceramic workshop, you will find them near here in Callao Street and Alfareria.

Tips for Getting Along with the Locals in Seville

In tiny, old bars in Triana's streets you can enjoy traditional Spanish Flamenco, accompanied by some tasty tapas. Triana's old gitano quarter is considered to be the spiritual heart of Spanish Flamenco. Don't forget that the Spanish nightlife starts late. You won't find much open before 9 p.m. and be prepared for a long night, the music will play until 7 a.m. Read the descriptions of Triana and look at our travel tips at Venere. Then using our accurate maps you can pinpoint exactly which hotels in Triana, Seville you want to choose.