Triana is a very unique part of Seville (or as we learned, "neighbor" to Seville) and is a great break from some of the tourist attractions. This almost hippie-esque location has some great shops and bars and restaurants that are more likely to be inhabited by locals than tourists. The key is to avoid the waterfront boardwalk, which is riddled with decent but uninspiring restaurants that hawkers will try to get you seated at, which we admittedly stopped at for lunch. We wandered in to Triana during the evening as part of a leisurely stroll while on our way to O'tapas Albahaca (random lookup but PHENOMENAL food) for dinner and wished we had spent more time going through the area. You could easily head to Triana in the early afternoon, enjoy some sangria and tapas in the shop courtyards, get some window shopping in, and then enjoy a bountiful dinner at a great value. Definitely don't miss Triana but don't plan on seeing any historical sites or artifacts. Triana is a great example of the need for a 3.5!!
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