This charming neighbourhood with stone streets is located on the other side of the Guadalquivir River. Birthplace of matadors, flamenco singers, folklore and flamenco dancing, Triana always depended on the river. A traditionally maritime town, it was one of the main sources of recruits for ships setting out to conquer the New World. Today it's a great place for dinner and drinks. You can get there on foot by crossing the San Telmo Bridge or the Santa Isabel (Triana) Bridge.