The district of Triana is located opposit of the historic center of Seville on the other side of the rio Guadalquivir. The best way to reach this popular quarter is crossing one of the first iron bridges built in Spain in 1852, namend after the queen "Isabella II bridge".
In former times, Triana used to be an independent city inhabited by sailors and artisans. It is also considered to be the cradle of flamenco art and home of famous bullfighters. In this lively district you might still find the traditional ceramic workshops as well as bars and pubs with the best panoramic view of Seville´s silhouette.