Located in the heart of the city, on the west bank of the Guadalquivir River, sits Triana, one of the most enchanting and historic quarters of Seville – cradle of local traditions, art and flamenco; home to bullfighters and other local legends; a must-see for all visitors seeking out its lively tapas scene, stunning views along the river, traditional market, and small shops selling famed locally-made azulejo ceramic tiles.
Triana House is surrounded by some of the most emblematic gems and well-kept secrets of Sevillian culture – the Triana market, Castle of San Jorge, Triana Ceramic Museum, Callejón de la Inquisición alleyway, Paseo de la O riverwalk, Church of Santa Ana, Esperanza de Triana Chapel and seductive sounds of authentic flamenco from Casa Anselma.
The quarter is well-known for its nightlife and authentic bars, serving up some of the most beloved food in the city. Enjoy traditional tapas of pescaíto frito (fried fish) and picturesque views from restaurant terraces, or treat yourself to an elegant dinner along the Guadalquivir as you marvel at the Triana Bridge, Tower of Gold or the Maestranza bullring along the opposite bank of the river.
If Seville is the epicentre of Holy Week celebrations in Spain, the same could be said of Triana in Seville. A stay in Triana House allows visitors to be a hop, skip and a jump away from some of the most important Holy Week confraternities and processions in the city – La Esperanza de Triana, El Cristo de las Tres Caídas, El Cachorro, San Gonzalo, La Estrella and La Ó – and to have a front-row seat to the magic of the Passion.
The Seville Fair, the second of the two most important local festivities, also has close ties to Triana. Our proximity to Fair focal points makes it easy for our guests to enjoy a stroll through the fairgrounds, marvel at the majesty of the Maestranza Horse and Carriage Exhibition, and feel the passion of a bullfight with the best toreros on the circuit today.