Luxury duplex apartment, with magnificent views, of 178 m2 built (C.I.Z.C.)
With 3 double bedrooms (possibility of making a 4th bedroom), 2 full bathrooms, 1 toilet. Kitchen furnished with appliances.
2 parking spaces and very large storage room (47 m2 built C.I.Z.C.)
The living room has double height and balcony to Plaza del Altozano.
Community pool on deck, excellent views of Plaza del Altozano, Guadalquivir River, Triana Bridge …
Unique and exclusive house with magnificent state of conservation (approximate age: 15 years)
The Plaza del Altozano is the entrance to the neighborhood from the bridge and one of the nerve centers of Triana.
The Plaza del Altozano is the center of Triana, possibly the place that trianeros have the most affection for. It is there that, during Holy Week, the Hope of Triana turns 360 degrees to say goodbye when he returns to his temple.
The Plaza del Altozano has a monument that was one of the best bullfighters in history, Juan Belmonte. It is next to the Triana Bridge and to the right of it we can continue our way to know the neighborhood, through the streets Callao, Antillano or Pottery … all of them with ceramic workshops where the purest art of Triana is expressed in outstanding pieces.
The Isabel II Bridge, its real name, or Puente de Triana, as everyone knows it, has been connecting the center of Seville and the Triana neighborhood for 161 years. On the date it was built, 1852, Spain was under the reign of Isabel II, hence it was baptized with that name.
The market of Triana, one of the most traditional of the city and in whose low ones are the rest of the Castle of San Jorge.
Inside, we can find stalls of fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, and also a good place to enjoy traditional Sevillian cuisine in its bars. You can also enjoy flamenco and take cooking classes.
La Capillita del Carmen, commonly known as “El Mechero” for its peculiar morphology, is one of the symbols of the Triana neighborhood. It was built on the demand of neighbors who claimed a chapel to house the painting of the Virgen del Carmen, which was housed in a chapel located in the same place next to the old boat bridge and was destroyed when the new bridge was built. Its realization, in clean brick, was due to the architect Aníbal González in 1924-28
Sculpture in honor of the pottery tradition of Triana next to the Alley of the Inquisition, a narrow passage that connects Castilla Street with the Paseo de la O, on the banks of the Guadalquivir River.
It is called that because it was part of the neighboring Castillo de San Jorge. The inmates were conducted along this route to be judged by the Court of the Inquisition.
The Paseo de la O is an urban riverbank of the Guadalquivir accessible from Calle Castilla that hosts the Paseo del arte during the weekends, a sample of the artistic work of the neighborhood in the surroundings of a street market.
… And also the Corrales de Vecinos, Church of Our Lady of the O, Basilica of the Puppy, Ceramics Center of Triana, Chapel of the Star, Chapel of the Sailors, Parish of Santa Ana, Corral de Herrera, Armillary Sphere, Museum of Carriages