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Make a holiday apartment in Triana your home away from home

If you’d like to stay in an authentic Andalucian district, with its cobbled alleys, iron balconies, artisan workshops and courtyards, then you could browse the selection of holiday apartments in Triana on HomeAway. There are rentals in all formats, big enough to cater to families or large groups, or cosy pieds-à-terre for short stays. Triana holiday homes come with air-conditioning, so you can always escape the summer heat, and many offer additional conveniences, like satellite TV, wi-fi and parking spaces. The traditional neighbourhood surrounding Triana apartments can be described as a village inside a city, and is the birthplace of some of Spain’s most famous flamenco dancers and toreros.

Things to do

-Local sights. A popular centre for nightlife in summer, Calle Betis is a riverside street in Triana, and from here you’ll get unparalleled views across to some of Seville’s famous buildings like the Giralda and the Torre del Oro. Lining the street are handsome townhouses from the 1700s, and keep an eye out for the Nuestra Señora de la O, which contains a remarkable statue of Christ.

-Famous landmarks. Crossing the river on the Puente de Triana you’ll come to some more of Seville’s highlights. The Cathedral is a UNESCO site and could well be the largest church in the world – it was originally a mosque, built in the 1100s, but was remodelled in the wake of the reconquista. Right next door is the Giralda, an elaborate minaret-turned-bell tower, and a symbol for Seville.

-Museums and history. Flamenco is a form of dance that began in Andalucia, and in Seville you’ll find a museum dedicated to this art-form, putting on an elaborate show every Friday and Saturday. The Museum of Fine Arts, is rated second only to Madrid’s Museo del Prado, and guides visitors through several centuries of European art across fifteen exhibition halls. If you want to see where Christopher Columbus plotted his American adventure, then visit the sumptuous Rea Alcázar dating from the 1400s.

-Food and drink. In Seville tapas is part of the culture, and most evenings entail moving from bar to bar, trying the specialities like cured ham, sheep’s cheese, olives, patatas bravas (spicy fried potatoes), potato omelette (tortilla), varieties of seafood and grilled meat. On the other hand you could try some home cooking by shopping at Triana’s market just by the river to buy fresh produce and local ham.

-Events. An extremely atmospheric time to be in Seville is during Semana Santa, the week building up to Easter. In a deeply religious city, these few days are marked by solemn processions involving brass bands, and wooden depictions of the Virgin and passion scenes. The mood lifts two weeks later for the Feria de Abril, a city-wide celebration, with a large fair held on the bank of the river.

Weather in Triana

Seville is in one of the warmest parts of Spain, and gets a subtropical climate, bringing hot summers with average highs in the mid-30s. For a few days in July or August temperatures even soar above 40 degrees, which is worth keeping in mind if you’re visiting a holiday home in Triana at this time of year. The transitional months of March, April and November are warm compared to temperatures in British cities – daily highs still rise above 20 degrees. Winters are very mild, with highs of 16 degrees on a typical day in January.

Travel to Triana

San Pablo (SVQ) is Seville’s international airport. There are a couple of low-cost airlines serving this destination from the UK, with routes that depart from London. The airport is to the northeast of the city. By car it’s around 20 minutes away on the Ronda Urbana and the A-4. At 30-minute intervals you can also catch the Especial Aeropuerto from outside Arrivals to the centre of Seville. Santa Justa Station is Seville’s chief rail terminal and has high-speed AVE connections to Barcelona and Madrid.

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Recent Reviews

Very good accomodation in an excellent location

4 of 5
When we're next in Seville, we will definitely consider a return to this apartment. The location in Triana, just on the other side of the river from the old city is perfect for seeing the sights on foot. All necessary amenities (bakery, supermarket, pharmacy etc) are close at hand. Transferring from the airport is a 15 minute taxi ride for 25 euro's. The neighbourhood feels very safe and has a buzz at night with restaurants lining the river and the Isabella II bridge. The apartment was simply furnished but modern, clean and tidy and the aircon to the 2 bedrooms and lounge were essential as the temperatures (late June, early July) peaked in the high 90's F. The private roof top terrace was a great place to sit, eat and drink in the cool of the day and to sunbathe and dry clothing on the washing lines provided during the day. There were a few very minor issues that would certainly not affect a return to this property for us but may be a concern for other potential visitors: there was a microwave oven but no electric oven below the electric hob that restricted what we could cook. Also, no frying pan was provided. My fantastic wife was able to improvise with the pots and pans available but it could have been so much easier. The cooker hood is modern and efficient but could be raised 6" or so to prevent banging your head on the corners (my son and myself are both 6' and it was too low for us). The roof top terrace is very pleasant but is accessed by a spiral staircase that would probably prove difficult to use by anyone who struggles with a standard flight staircase. We managed just fine and it does become easier to ascend carrying a tray of food and drinks after a bit of practice. Overall, we enjoyed the apartment and would have no problems staying here again.
  • Review Submitted: Jul 08, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2017

Authentic Seville location

5 of 5
Very modern and comfortable apartment, five minutes walk from the vibrant area of Tirana. Another five minutes to the historic centre of Seville. Mercedes was very helpful with good advice on eating out and night life. Parking was easy in adjacent streets and good local shops for consumables. Hope to return soon.
  • Review Submitted: Jun 09, 2017
  • Date of Stay: May 2017