**This property has a monthly limit for utilities. Please see the &'Details&' section.**
- The location is fantastic - Triana is one of the funnest parts of Seville.
- The apartment is small and cozy - great for one or two tenants.
- There are large storage closets!
- We love how the front door opens out to the square.
- If you're tall, you might have issues with the lofted bedroom!
- Homechecker Ana said that it is a good place for short stays.
- Languages spoken: English, Spanish
- Lives on property: no
- Smoking: not allowed
- Pets: not allowed
- Deposit: 1 month's rent
- Payment method: bank transfer
- Check-in hours: any day of the week between 11:00 and 19:00
- **Additional documentation:**
- ID / Passport
- Work Contract
- Recent Paychecks / Bank Statement
- Nearby Alvar Núñez (López de Gomara) bus stop serves routes 40 & 43.
- The closest metro is Parque de los Príncipes, which serves L1.
- A 36-minute journey on public transport to Estación Santa Justa, Seville's main train station.
Your local – and unique – Sevillan home
Triana is a headstrong neighbourhood with a mind of its own. Picture this:
- Ancient monuments
- Grand towers
- Tall chapels
- Flamenco dancers
You&'re halfway there.
Some say Triana was founded by Trajan, the Roman emperor. Others believe its name means &'those beyond the river&' in Latin.
One thing&'s certain: Trianeros are tied to their home with bonds of love and guitar strings. They even call it the &'Independent Republic of Triana.&'
If you live here, you&'ll get to celebrate festivals celebrated nowhere else in Spain. Don&'t miss La Velá de Santa Ana in July. It&'s a laidback version of Feria de Abril.
Once upon a time, Triana was famous for its wild gypsy presence. Those days are long gone. But Triana is still one of the spiritual homes of Flamenco.
**What can I do here?**
The most popular weekend sport here is _tapeando por Triana_. It&'s when you go from bar to bar trying all the best tapas. It&'s harder than it looks.
Catch a glimpse of the world as it was: watch potters and tilers at work. Or go to the Castillo de San Jorge to remember the brutalities of religious persecution.
Which do you prefer? Popular stores, local shops, or traditional Spanish bars? On the main pedestrian street of San Jacinto, you&'ll find all three. You should probably visit the shops before the bars.
Are you more of a foodie than a fashionista?
Go to the Mercado de Triana. You can shop with the locals. But you&'ll be too hungry to cook. So walk down to the Guadalquivir river front. You&'ll find lots of old restaurants serving traditional Andalucian food. Meet you there.
Rodrigo de Triana was born here. He was Christopher Columbus&'s sailing partner. Some say he saw the Americas first, but Columbus took all the credit. Will we ever learn the truth? Don&'t count on it.
**Can I afford it?**
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