Arenal in Seville, Spain provides the perfect opportunity to catch a bullfight, rent a pedal boat, spend a night at the opera, or explore the naval history of Seville inside the landmark Torre Del Oro and many more.
Triana, named after the emperor Trajano is on the other side of the Guadalquivir. The western shore of this river unites the old and new part of Seville. Since Roman times ceramics have been an important part of Triana’s industry.
Santa Cruz is the most famous district of Seville. It's justified for its location at the south of the historic city, next to the walls of the Alcazar, surrounded by the main monuments of the city and for its caracteristic narrow and romantic streets.
Escape the tourist track and discover a typical Sevillian district by walking through La Macarena. The Calle Feria is full of activity throughout the morning and has a market selling fresh fish and vegetables. In the afternoon the people of the area can be seen enjoying a drink and eating tapas in the local bars.