Triana Terrace | One-bedroom with roof-terrace

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  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
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Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Apt. / Condo

Triana Terrace | One-bedroom with roof-terrace

One-bedroom apartment suitable for up to 4 people, located on calle Pureza just across the river in the traditional Triana neighbourhood.

FEEL AT HOME: This apartment features a living room with sofa-bed for any additional guests and a dining table with chairs. The kitchen is well-equipped with all main utensils and appliances for self-catering.

BEDROOM: Bedroom with a double bed.

BATHROOM: There is a bathroom available complete with a bathtub.

INTERNET: Free WiFi. You will receive the access code on your arrival.

TERRACE: The access to the private roof-terrace is from the common staircase of the building (NOT from the apartment). It is equipped ...Read more

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Triana Terrace | One-bedroom with roof-terrace
Seville, Andalusia, Spain

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Triana is one of Seville´s authentic neighbourhoods. It´s located on the west bank of the Guadalquivir, a short walk across the river from the centre.

Historically the neighbourhood of craftsmen, sailors and dockworkers, today Triana still plays an important role in Seville's cultural heritage. It is one of the spiritual homes of flamenco culture, and home to the world renowned Triana pottery. Here you will find workshops and ateliers selling both traditional and modern ceramics.

Betis Street, which runs alongside the river, provides stunning views of the old city centre by day and night, and is a popular destination after hours with its wide range of restaurants, bars and clubs. At the far end of the street, by the Triana Bridge, is the 150 year old food market built over and beside the ruins of St. George's Castle - the Castillo San Jorge, once home of the infamous Inquisition.

Highlights:
- Betis Street and city views across the Guadalquivir River
- Elegant buildings covered by hand-painted ceramic tiles
- Isabel II Bridge (Triana bridge)
- Triana Market
- St. George's Castle
- Isla de la Cartuja

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