It has always been said that Seville is a city filled with art and one could write a thousand books explaining why, but the best way to soak up all that is hidden in the Andalusian capital is to visit the Triana neighborhood.
On the shores of the Guadalquivir River, you can find this neighborhood and when you pass by it, you will realize why the place is a recurring theme in any appreciated flamenco song. The labyrinth of narrow streets where you can enjoy the best Andalusian cuisine is also the worst area to leave your car. For this reason, we recommend that you reserve a parking spot beforehand with Parclick, where you can choose the number of hours and the location in which you want to park.
Once you have left your car, you don´t have to worry as the Parclick parking decks are monitored. Now, it is time to start discovering Triana.
The Calle Betis, which borders the Guadalquivir River, is one of the best locations to fill your Instagram feed with photos that will get the most likes out of your entire account. There, you can enjoy the best atmosphere in Triana by accompanying your beer with some baby squid in whichever terrace on this avenue and by enjoying a pleasant carriage ride.
And if you are interested in parties and you couldn´t attend the Feria de Abril, don´t worry because Triana will give you a second opportunity. The Velá de Santa Ana is held from July 21-26 and you can get little masks from the stands set-up and be amazed by the iconic Chinese lanterns and lights that decorate the area during the festival.
Finally, take advantage of being able to leave your car in a secure car park for the time you need thanks to Parclick. Don´t miss out on visiting places like the Altozano Plaza, where a statue of Juan Belmonte, a renowned bullfighter, dominates the terrace. Another point of interest is the Triana Fountain, where you can enjoy the best views of Seville and where you will definitely take more photos. If you have liked everything you have eaten so far, you should visit the Triana Market and bring home the best cuisine from Seville, so that, at least when you dine, you will remember your journey to the Triana neighborhood.
Holy Week is without a doubt one of the moments of the year that the Triana neighborhood is the busiest. If you aren´t a fan of the crowds and you are anxious about being trapped in a human stampede, choose another time to visit because these processions are emblematic for this area. However, if you want to enjoy the processions and see the strange costumes of the penitents and brotherhoods, this is without a doubt a key date.
Because of this, keep in mind that renting a balcony to see the processions in this area can cost around 3,000 euros. If you want to see the first line, remember to go with plenty of time. At Parclick, we facilitate parking your car in a few minutes so you can have an online booking for a parking space in a car park that works best for you to park in Seville during Holy Week.