Triana is located on the west bank of the Guadalquivir river. As soon as you cross the Triana bridge, on the right you will immediately see the market. This is a great place to buy jamon ibérico (Iberian ham) and other local delicacies.
In olden times Triana was full of potters who made the best ceramics in Seville. Almost all the tiles that you will see in churches, bars, private houses, restaurants were made in this district. Triana is also the heart of Flamenco. This traditional musical dance style was born right here.
The famous region of Triana is not like the rest of the city. It is referred to locally as the village within the city. Narrow cobbled streets and winding alleys, old houses around a courtyard, which was used as a communal area for washing, cooking, and dancing sometimes. Nowadays there are lots of cafes and shops at the main square. Triana attracts you with its originality and whisks you away far into olden times with its antique ambience.
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