The hotel-style apartment we booked in advance is in the Tria area. Once we entered the city, we fell in love instantly! Opposite the hotel is the cathedral, which can be seen from the balcony. And the advantage of living in the urban area is very convenient to go anywhere, but the trouble is that every time you park is very hard, most of the old streets in Europe are winding and narrow, very test of car skills, and the parking lot is also very small. But seeing such a classical street view, this little difficulty can still be overcome.
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When I arrived in Seville, Portugal, I heard that the characteristic neighborhoods here are good, and it's a good place to stop and see...
So I took advantage of the free time to string around in the streets of Seville. Take pictures of locals and tourists easily...
The pedestrians on the street do not have fast-paced hurried footsteps, everything seems very quiet and beautiful.
When visiting this lovely town in Seville, you can step into some old Spanish buildings. The courtyards of these buildings have a strong Spanish style, and each courtyard is full of its own unique colors and decorations, which are very beautiful.
Walking past the Isabel II Bridge that spans the river, on the other side of the river is the Triana area, where there are bars and restaurants, forming two completely different characteristics from the river east. This is the birthplace of flamenco dance, and there is a statue on the west bank of the bridge, who should be the first to create flamenco dance.
Triana is "" in Spanish, "tri" is a root, meaning "three", and "ana" means river, which means the confluence of three rivers. The pride of Triana: the place where bullfighters are born; the cradle of flamenco artists; the birthplace of historical figures, Columbus was born here. Listen to Andalusian folk songs in restaurants and bars on the banks of the Calle Betis River in Triana, absolutely authentic.