A route through the most authentic neighborhood in Seville
This itinerary allows us to enter the most monumental part of the Triana neighborhood and walk along the Guadalquivir river between the San Telmo and Isabel II bridges, as the main setting for the beautiful history of Seville and its Triana suburb. In a tour of approximately 1h 30m, we will learn about how the city's seafaring past has largely marked its current physiognomy, focusing on one of its most emblematic neighborhoods.
We will enjoy the atmosphere of Triana and we will travel to its pottery past. In addition, we will discover some of its main artistic jewels, such as the Church of Santa Ana, the magnificent Isabel II bridge or some of the main examples of regionalist architecture in the entire city.
The tour lasts approximately 1h 30m.
The private tour costs €80 for groups of between 1 and 12 people. For larger groups, contact us by the way you prefer and check the conditions.
You can cancel the visit up to 24 hours in advance and we will fully refund your amount.
See you on the Triana bridge, next to the small kiosk on the corner with Paseo de Cristóbal Colón (see on Google Maps). If you prefer a different meeting point, you can get in touch and propose it.
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