Triana, Sevilla
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  • Seville: Triana Tablao Flamenco Show with Drink

    1. Seville: Triana Tablao Flamenco Show with Drink

    Discover how modernity and tradition come together at the heart of the old cellar of Triana. Marvel at the Mudejar architecture and exquisite decoration in the flamenco showroom.  Learn the history and the journey of flamenco through its most important clubs including Soleá, Tangos, Guajiras, Bamberas, Alegrías, and Bulería. Cantaor, guitar, bailaor, and bailaora artists make your show an authentic collection of the most traditional and symbolic variations of this legacy. 

    The flamenco evening was very enjoyable. One or two things could be improved though. The wine was really poor and the seats very uncomfortable.

  • Seville: 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket

    2. Seville: 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket

    Discover Seville’s stunning mix of monuments and gardens at your own pace with a 24-hour ticket for the hop-on-hop-off sightseeing bus. The first stop is in the historic Paseo de Colon area, but you can hop on and off at any of the stops along the route. Travel back to the days of the Moors at the Torre del Oro, built on the banks of the River Guadalquivir during the Almohad Dynasty. Marvel at the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, experience the passion of flamenco at an historic sala, and wander among palm trees in the Alcázar Gardens. A multilingual audio guide in 15 languages is provided on board, with special commentary for kids. You'll get many perks and discounts with your ticket, including 2 free walking tours. Stops: 1. Paseo de Colon 2. Plaza de España 3. Acuario de Sevilla 4. Plaza de América 5. Plaza de Cuba 6. San Jacinto/Triana 7. Calle Castilla/Triana 8. Exposic...

    The bus was very great to see many attractions. We were able to take the tour with Alba. She was AMAZING! So kind and very informative. She gave us a thorough overview of the history of each moment and answered every question. If you want to see all of Sevilla in 1-2 days, this is your best bet!

  • Seville: Exclusive River Boat Tour with Tapas

    3. Seville: Exclusive River Boat Tour with Tapas

    Board a boat in central Seville and embark on a 1-hour cruise along the Guadalquivir River. First, discover the newest part of the city around the area of La Cartuja Island. Listen to informative live commentary from the captain such as about the 1992 Universal Exhibition Expo which was held to commemorate the 500 year anniversary of the discovery of America. Then, continue along the river through the historic center, passing under one of the oldest iron bridges in Europe - the Isabel Bridge II (popularly known as Triana Bridge). During the course of navigation, see more famous landmarks such as the Plaza de Toros de La Maestranza, Torre del Oro, Palacio de San Telmo, and many more. Finally, pass by impressive buildings from the 1929 Ibero-American exhibition where the great architect Haníbal Gonzalez designed the great Plaza de España. As you soak up the view of the city, savor a sele...

    We had a fantastic boat trip down the Guadalquivir giving you a very different view of Seville and Triana. Our guide was really knowledgable and friendly, and despite not being fluent in English he tried very hard to explain every detail to us in English (assuming it’s my fault for booking a Spanish speaking tour). Really would recommend as it’s a fantastic evening activity and the sunset views are just spectacular.

  • Seville: Sunset and Evening Paddle Boarding Tour

    4. Seville: Sunset and Evening Paddle Boarding Tour

    Experience paddling at night, exploring Sevilla illuminated from the water. Nighttime is the best time to feel the energy of the water under your feet, and allows you to enjoy the city's many lights. You will meet just before dark to enjoy the colors of the sunset over the river. From there you will paddle into the night, adventuring through the center of the city and checking out the beautiful sights. You will paddle through the Guadalquivir River, passing by the most important monuments of Sevilla including Torre de Sevilla, Puente de Triana, Torre del oro, as your guide fills you in on some historic secrets of the city. You will paddle round-trip from San Telmo Bridge to Cachorro Bridge, traveling the same route but on the other side of the river for your return journey.

    H’ was our guide, he was very helpful and a genuinely nice guy. Thank you for helping us stand up our the paddle board for the first time. Great sunset, paddle boarding, chatting. We just loved it. Can not recommend them enough. Great fun... thank you!

  • Seville: Triana Tapas and Flamenco Experience

    5. 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: Triana Market Tour with Tastings

    6. Seville: Triana Market Tour with Tastings

    Enjoy a tour of Triana Market, one of the oldest and most charming markets in Seville. You will sample many gastronomic delights of Andalusia and Spain. Learn about local and seasonal products, and taste a mouth-watering range of foods including Iberian ham, olives, Manchego and Andalusian cheese, seasonal fruits, sweets, and more. Some of the tastings will be accompanied by local wines and beer. Your guide will also explain the fascinating history of the market, and you will meet many vendors who have been there for generations. You are encouraged to try everything on the tour, as it is based around selected tastings that best exemplify the local ingredients and cuisine. Please, advise of any dietary restrictions or allergies. Vegetarian substitutions are not possible.

    Clara was a wonderful guide! Full of interesting information. And the same tastings were delicious.

  • Seville Kayaking Tour

    7. Seville Kayaking Tour

    Admire the beautiful bridges and historic architecture of Seville from the Guadalquivir River on a 2-hour kayaking activity that is part sightseeing tour and part fun sport. Get a safety briefing on arrival and collect your double sit-on-top kayak and life jacket. Then paddle off with at least 1 guide per 8 people. Make your way under the iconic Puente de Triana (Triana Bridge), built during the reign of Isabella II of Spain. Admire the medieval Torre del Oro and the breathtaking Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See from the water. Learn the history of the city from the Reconquista through the Spanish Inquisition to modern days. Explore the role the river played in the city's story, both as a means of transportation and a way to divide districts into neighborhoods with distinct identities. Learn about the environmental issues of recent years and about the transformation of the river for...

  • Seville: 1.5-Hour Paddle Surf Tour

    8. 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.

  • From Seville to America 2-Hour Tour

    9. 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: 3-Hour Guided Tapas Tour in the Triana Neighborhood

    10. Seville: 3-Hour Guided Tapas Tour in the Triana Neighborhood

    Meet your guide at the meeting point where they will introduce you to the history of the neighborhood. With your guide, you will have the chance to walk through the old town center of Triana, one of the birthplaces of flamenco with a large tradition in the pottery and tile industry. The first settlements date back to the Muslim period. In the past, it was an independent center from the city, in fact, residents of Triana have traditionally been called Trianeros; they identify strongly with the district and consider it different in character from the rest of Seville. After a short walk through the old center of Triana, experience the best of traditional Sevillian dishes such as pescaito frito, caldereta, carne en salsa, and papas con mojo picón. Bars in Seville are not just a place to eat and drink but instead a meeting point, where people enjoy chatting and spending their time together. ...

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What people are saying about Triana, Sevilla

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We had a fantastic boat trip down the Guadalquivir giving you a very different view of Seville and Triana. Our guide was really knowledgable and friendly, and despite not being fluent in English he tried very hard to explain every detail to us in English (assuming it’s my fault for booking a Spanish speaking tour). Really would recommend as it’s a fantastic evening activity and the sunset views are just spectacular.

Our first time paddle boarding and Paulo and Jamie really looked after us. Beautiful sunset, funny informative guides. So much fun, a Sevilla highlight!

A great experience, highly recommend it to anyone! A lovely way to see the city at night and the guides were very kind, helpful, and fun.

Amazing night time views of the city. Timely and very friendly

Fantastic dance, singing and guitar! A wonderful show!