Triana, Sevilla
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Our most recommended Triana, Sevilla Walking Tours

  • Seville 2.5-Hour City Bike Tour

    1. Seville 2.5-Hour City Bike Tour

    Get the lay of the land on a 2.5-hour bike tour of Seville and see more of the city than is possible on a walking tour. English, Spanish, French, and Italian-speaking guides will help you get oriented in the city and show the vast majority of Seville’s landmarks. Start from the historic Barrio Santa Cruz and head through the Jardines de Murillo towards the Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos and Seville University. Continue to Parque María Luisa, centerpiece of the 1929 Iberian-American Exposition. From there, head down to the river and check out a part of Triana and the Torre del Oro bullring. Next, head north to the Cartuja, site of the 1992 Exposition, where you'll see the Monasterio de la Cartuja, before heading back to the center and Alameda. Explore the nightlife hotspot and wind your way through the streets and alleys of Seville center, stopping at the legendary Campana Café to get your...

    Sabine was fun, informative and energetic. She took us to all the great sights as well as showed us her favorite parts about Sevilla. We got the touristy experience along with the local feel. We enjoyed the tour and 10/10 recommend it. Don’t miss out!

  • Seville: Triana Tapas and Flamenco Experience

    2. Seville: Triana Tapas and Flamenco Experience

    For your walking tour in Seville, you will meet your guide at Calle Betis, at which point you will be introduced to the history of the neighborhood. With your guide, you will have the opportunity to walk through the old town center, a birthplace of flamenco and home to the pottery and tile industries. You will taste the best tapas offered by each place, accompanied by the appropriate drinks. Enjoy the charming old taverns decorated in colored dots, and experience the best of traditional Sevillian dishes such as pescaito frito, caldereta, carne en salsa, and papas con mojo picón. The ritual of "tapear" is one of the most important traditions of southern Spain. It involves people enjoying different foods in different places, and is a must-do experience while in this region. Your guided tapas tour includes 4 tapas and 3 drinks, and after the tapas route, you will sit down for a live flame...

    Really great time, great flamenco show, really informative guide, WONDERFUL food!

  • Seville: 1.5-Hour Paddle Surf Tour

    3. Seville: 1.5-Hour Paddle Surf Tour

    See the best sights of Seville from the Guadalquivir River in a 1.5-hour guided tour. Pass the Bridge of Triana, the Torre del Oro, and majestic Giralda while learning their stories from a local guide. Take photos along the way to commemorate this unique experience.  Meet your guide at the Paddle Surf School to go over basic safety instructions and pick up the equipment. Newcomers are always welcome and the local guide will be sure everybody is comfortable before hitting the water. Small groups allow for an intimate experience and the calm Guadalquivir River offers the perfect place to explore the city on a very easy tour that doesn't require a high level of physical condition. After the tour, the guide will be happy to give tips and information on other local sights in Seville, including recommendations for restaurants, bars, flamenco tablaos, etc.

  • Seville: Tapas Tour Across the River in Triana

    4. Seville: Tapas Tour Across the River in Triana

    For many visitors to Seville, going out for tapas is the quintessential Spanish experience. On this 3.5 - 4-hour tour you will be taken to the best local bodegas and tapas bars where you can try the best tapas. From the most traditional tapas to tapas with a modern twist, all the places will leave you asking for more. And of course it makes perfect sense to accompany all this tapas with a good glass of wine. The tour guide will help you discover the aromas and flavors of the best wines to go with the mouth-watering Spanish cuisine. There are several routes to choose from: • Triana Route: According to many residents of the Triana neighborhood, crossing to this side of the river is like entering another city. This neighborhood is famous for being one of the birthplaces of flamenco and many of Seville's great bullfighters. Here you will find countless bars and taverns where you can sample...

    Juan was spectacular! He showed us a number of great tapas dishes and shared knowledge of the local culture. We would highly recommend this tour for anyone visiting Seville.

  • Seville Guadalquivir River Kayak Tour

    5. Seville Guadalquivir River Kayak Tour

    This private 2-hour tour in Seville combines sport with sightseeing. Get on board a kayak and discover the city from a different perspective. You can admire Seville's many beautiful bridges, the architecture, and the city life from the waters of the River Guadalquivir. You will pass by Triana Bridge built by students of Eifel, see the riverside of Seville with its green space, and pass by people sunbathing, cycling, reading, and taking a stroll. Hear about the story of Seville from the arrival of the Phoenician and Romans to the celebration of regattas in modern times. Discover the history and learn about the role of the river as a means of transport and a separation between different neighborhoods, to the extent of dividing the city into 2 separate identities. You will also hear stories and news about the environmental issues in the recent years and the transformation of the river and...

    Had a great time on the water in the sun. Our guide Miguel was excellent and also recommended a fantastic restaurant for us. Would recommend to give this a try.

  • Seville: Half-Day Private Tour by Electric Bike

    6. Seville: Half-Day Private Tour by Electric Bike

    Get the lay of the land on an e-bike tour of Seville, and see more of the city than is possible on a walking tour. The high quality bikes come with English, German, Dutch, Spanish, French, and Italian-speaking monitors that will help you get oriented, and show the vast majority of Seville’s landmarks. Start from the historic Barrio Santa Cruz and head through the Jardines de Murillo towards the Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos and Seville University. Continue to Parque María Luisa, centerpiece of the 1929 Iberian-American Exposition. From there, head down to the river and check out a part of Triana and the Torre del Oro bullring. Next, go north to the Cartuja, site of the 1992 Exposition, and marvel at the Monasterio de la Cartuja before cruising back to the center and Alameda. Explore Seville’s nightlife hotspot, winding your way through the streets and alleys to stop at the legendary Cam...

  • From Seville to America 2-Hour Tour

    7. From Seville to America 2-Hour Tour

    Once upon a time, Seville was hailed as an important port of America, because everything going to the New World had to be loaded through this port. Not to mention the fact that everything coming from America (gold, silver, tobacco, cacao, vanilla, corn, tomatoes, potatoes, turkeys) had to be taxed here as well. Seville thus became a de facto capital of the world, with people from all over the world sustaining this cultural hearth: living and trading here, exchanging goods, books, ideas, techniques, art and customs with one another. This cultural intermingling still influences the city, although remnants of this seedier time are not always easy to find. Let the tour take you to the red light district of the 16th and 17th centuries and learn about the rogues, the local myth of El Arenal and more.   Head over the Triana Bridge to discover an enchanting suburb. Lose yourself in the festiv...

  • Seville: Bike Tour

    8. Seville: Bike Tour

    Seville is the perfect place to ride a bike and discover the beauty of the city, accompanied by a guide. Begin with the city’s famous cathedral, one of the most stunning architectural masterpieces you will ever see. From the tomb of Christopher Columbus to the awe-inspiring views from the top of the Giralda tower, there’s no better place to start . From there, head to another one of Seville’s most impressive sights: the Alcazar. This historic complex is home to ornate tilework, lush gardens and centuries of history. In fact, the Spanish Royal Family enjoys it so much that they use it as their official residence on visits to Seville! By crossing the river explore the emblematic Triana neighborhood. This unique barrio, home of Flamenco has developed its own unique, fascinating culture that sets it apart from the rest of the city. It is easy to feel like a local here. Head to the Mercado ...

  • Seville: Triana Walking Tour & Eco Cruise

    9. Seville: Triana Walking Tour & Eco Cruise

    As Rome has Trastevere and Paris the Rivegauche, Seville has Triana, with its distinctive feature, its pride, its devotion to their memories and traditions, celebrating its own festival on the river bank. During a walking tour you will learn a lot about the Trianeros, its inhabitants (not sevillians!) who has given to history sailors, potters, flamenco artists, bullfighters, actresses... in the old times there was a lot of fishermen and blacksmiths, most of them living in tenement houses in a particular way of living. The history of Triana is amazing, the Inquisition was based here, also a secret society of thieves and criminals, the sailor school, and from its bank departed the first fleet to circumnavigate the planet. The trianeros have had always a fighting spirit, so there were important battles and war events during the civil war and the Independence War against France. After the ...

    A1 experience with our enthusiastic and knowledgeable Guide Pilar, who gave us really interesting information about Seville, its history and the not to be missed Triana district. Triana is home to many tapas bars and restaurants enjoyed by locals rather than tourists and where the architecture and ceramic makers lived and work is fascinating. The boat trip ended a thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining afternoon.

  • Legends of Triana Walking Tour in Spanish

    10. Legends of Triana Walking Tour in Spanish

    Discover the secrets of Triana, which was the cradle of flamenco and hosted people from all over the world at the other side of Seville city. Find out about the discovery of America, the Patio of Monipodio, the legend of the Cava, the forge and the ceramics. Triana has a historical legacy that goes unnoticed for visitors, as it has no great monuments, but with the help of your guide, you will find out what makes this place a world-known district.  You will see the southern part of the river and the northern industrial part, and take a circular route from the famous bridge. For two hours through 12 stops, you will learn about the events that have made this neighborhood the most peculiar of our city. On this route you will have the opportunity to really immerse yourself in the culture and traditions of this place.

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What people are saying about Triana, Sevilla

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 262 reviews

Christina was a fabulous guide. She knew the history, customs and culture. The flamenco show was great, and our guide was gracious and considerate in the tapas. This was our final night in Sevilla so we had seen most of the sights. But she showed us a region new to us which was historic and beautiful. Christina was very protective of us, directing traffic and advising us along the way. She couldn’t have been a better expert with tips on venues for our next destination as well as I formation we inquired about on local talent.

We had a great time stand up paddling with our english speaking guide Pablo. It is a very nice activity when it's hot, the river is very clean and refreshing but not too cold in summer ! Our guide took some pictures during the activity, so we will have nice memories of us on the water. The service was good and the crew was kind ! We would definitely recommend it to other tourists. Thank you very much ! Ellis & Amélie

A1 experience with our enthusiastic and knowledgeable Guide Pilar, who gave us really interesting information about Seville, its history and the not to be missed Triana district. Triana is home to many tapas bars and restaurants enjoyed by locals rather than tourists and where the architecture and ceramic makers lived and work is fascinating. The boat trip ended a thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining afternoon.

Sabine was fun, informative and energetic. She took us to all the great sights as well as showed us her favorite parts about Sevilla. We got the touristy experience along with the local feel. We enjoyed the tour and 10/10 recommend it. Don’t miss out!

Great experience, would highly recommend it if you are in Sevilla. Guillermo was a great instructor and he also gave a lot of information about the city.