Triana and Santa Cruz, two neighborhoods where you can dream
Seville Santa Cruz Jewish Quarter Tour
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Triana is not a monumental neighborhood, but a neighborhood with a special atmosphere. The charm of the neighborhood is in its people, with their own character and idiosyncrasy and in the daily life that is generated in it. Land of sailors and potters, famous for its bullfighters, singers and flamenco dancers. Learn the true stories of Triana, flamenco and the world of bullfighting from our expert guide.
Then let your imagination bring to life the myths and legends of the city. Lose yourself in the labyrinth of the Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz and explore the hidden beauties of the neighborhood. Stroll through the Murillo Gardens, given to the city by King Alfonso XIII and named in 1918 for the love "of the people" for the Sevillian painter. Walk through one of the oldest neighborhoods of the city, full of small and narrow streets that will transport you to another era. Legends of love and betrayal, Don Juan Tenorio, Bartolomé Estebán Murillo, and endless corners and wonderful places.
Santa Cruz quarter
Plaza del Triunfo at the foot of the statue of the Immaculate
Look for the purple or orange umbrella
Tour de Triana. Bullring next to the statue of the Horse
White Polo Shirts and Purple or Orange Umbrellas