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The hotel Monte Triana is located in THE CENTRE OF SEVILLE, in the west of the city.

Its location makes an ideal and privileged position for seeing the city’s sights, as well as for those visiting for work reasons.

It is less than 20 minutes’ walk from the historical centre and the city’s main tourist sights, along a lovely route which crosses the river Guadalquivir over either the Triana bridge or the Cristo de la Expiración bridge.

Triana borders another of the city’s shopping and business areas, Los Remedios, as well as the Parque Tecnológico (Cartuja 93), Isla de la Cartuja and Torre Sevilla (Seville Tower).

Triana Neighbourhood

Within the Triana neighbourhood itself you can visit the following sights:
Museo de la Cerámica (Ceramics Museum) - Castle of San Jorge - Mercado de abastos (Wholesale market) - Parish Church of Nuestra Señora de la O - Church of El Patrocinio (Cristo del Cachorro) - Sailors’ Chapel (Esperanza de Triana) - Chapel of La Estrella - Royal Parish Church of Santa Ana - Chapel of El Carmen (Puente de Triana) - Convent of Las Mínimas - Casa de los Mensaque (Mensaque House).
You can walk from the hotel.

Near the hotel

Triana is one of the most distinctive, popular and historical neighbourhoods in Seville.

It is known for its distinct personality and identity.
It borders the right bank of the river Guadalquivir and is connected to the city via the Puente de Triana bridge, officially named Puente de Isabel II.
The neighbourhood has plenty of amenities and is very well connected, whether by bus, metro or hiring a bicycle.

If you go out of the hotel and turn left, Calle Castilla is just a few metres away. This major street has some of the best tapas bars in the neighbourhood.
This street leads to Plaza del Altozano, the focal point of Triana, from where you can access the bridge to reach the historical centre of the city.

From Plaza del Altozano you can see one of the best views of the city: the river, the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza, the Torre del Oro and in the background La Giralda and the Catedral de Sevilla framed by the city's buildings.

In Plaza del Altozano you can also find the statue of the bullfighter Juan Belmonte, the neighbourhood’s greatest exponent of bullfighting; the monument to flamenco, the Castle of San Jorge and the Chapel of El Carmen.

From the plaza you can access Calle Betis, which is full of bars and restaurants, as well as other important thoroughfares like Calle San Jacinto, which has all types of shops, and Calle Pureza, where you can find the Sailors' Chapel which contains the famous icon of Esperanza de Triana. Esperanza de Triana.
Both streets lead to the Los Remedios neighbourhood.

Our hotel is in an unbeatable location. If you exit the hotel and turn right you will reach the aforementioned locations via another major street, Calle Pagés del Corro, which intersects with Calle San Jacinto. Calle Pagés del Corro also has lots of bars and shops.

The Triana neighbourhood also has lots of tourist attractions, including the Church of Nuestra Señora de la O, the Church of El Patrocinio (which houses the Cristo del Cachorro icon) and the Royal Parish Church of Santa Ana, as well as the Ceramics Museum.

Triana is also considered to be one of the birthplaces of flamenco.

Its typical handcrafted pottery and ceramics are famous world over.

How to get from the hotel to the main tourist sights

  • Historical Artistic Centre:

CentreAlcázar - Cathedral and Giralda - Archbishop’s Palace - Archivo General de Indias (General Archive of the Indies)- Santa Cruz neighbourhood - Museo Casa de Murillo (Casa de Murillo Museum) - Hospital of Los Venerables - City Hall - Museo de Bellas Artes (Museum of Fine Arts) - Church of El Salvador - Plaza del Cabildo.

Maestranza area: Torre del Oro and Naval Museum - Bullring and Bullfighting museum - Hospital de la Santa Caridad.

Plaza de Alfalfa-Encarnación area: Diego Velázquez Birth House - Casa de Pilatos (Pilate’s House) - Museo del Baile Flamenco (Museum of Flamenco Dance) - Lebrija Palace - Las Dueñas Palace - Seville Antiquarium and Metropol Parasol.

o You can walk from the hotel to the Cathedral and Giralda in about 20 minutes. From here, you are just a short distance from other sights.

o You can take bus no. 43 from the doors of the hotel to Plaza de la Magdalena. From here, the Cathedral is a 10-minute walk.

  • Isla de la Cartuja area:

Isla Mágica theme park - La Cartuja Monumental Complex - Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo (Andalusian Centre for Contemporary Art).

o Take bus C1 from Ronda de Triana to the Isla de Cartuja area.

  • Macarena - Centro area:

Museum-Treasure and Basilica of La Macarena - Wall Fragments - Parliament of Andalusia (Former Hospital de las Cinco Llagas) - Gothic-Mudéjar Churches (Omnium Sanctorum-San Marcos-Santa Marina) - Museo de la ciudad (Museum of the City) and Torre de Don Fadrique (Don Fadrique Tower) - Alameda de Hércules - Museum-Treasure and Basilica of Jesús del Gran Poder.

Bus C3 from opposite the hotel to Macarena.

  • Parque de María Luisa area:

San Telmo Palace - Former Tobacco Factory (University of Seville) - María Luisa Park - Plaza de América - Museo Arqueológico (Archaeological Museum) - Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares (Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions)- Museo Militar (Military Museum) - Plaza de España.

Bus C2 from Ronda de Triana to Parque de María Luisa.

  • Within the Triana neighbourhood itself you can visit the following sights:

Church of El Patrocinio (Cristo del Cachorro) - Parish Church of Nuestra Señora de la O - Castle of San Jorge - Chapel of El Puente - Casa de los Mensaque (Mensaque House) - Chapel of La Estrella – Parish Church of San Jacinto - Convent of Las Mínimas - Sailors’ Chapel (Esperanza de Triana) - Royal Parish Church of Santa Ana.

You can walk from the hotel.

How to get from the hotel to the main business areas

  • Isla de la Cartuja area:

​Confederación de Empresarios de Andalucía - Torre Triana building (various departments of the regional government of Andalusia). .

Bus C1 from Ronda Triana to several points in the Isla de Cartuja area.

  • Nervión area:

​Avenida San Francisco Javier - Viapol - Avenida de la Buhaira - Renfe - Offices at Santa Justa station.

Bus C1 from Ronda de Triana to Santa Justa Station, Calle Luis de Morales and Avenida San Francisco Javier.

  • east area:

Palacio de Exposiciones y Congresos de Sevilla (FIBES).

Bus 43 to Plaza Magdalena. Walk to La Campana and take bus 27 to FIBES.

Walk to La Campana (15 minutes) and take bus 27 to FIBES.

o Take a taxi.

  • city centre:

​Seville Tourist Board - Plaza de San Francisco, 19 - International Congress and Convention Bureau - Plaza del Triunfo, 1 - Sevilla Film Office - Cuesta del Rosario, 8-Casa 1-4a planta.

Business Area: Avenida de la Constitución - Plaza Nueva - Plaza de la Campana.

o You can walk from the hotel.

  • Los Remedios area:

Avenida República Argentina - Virgen de Luján.

o You can walk from the hotel.

  • Ronda-Prado de San Sebastián area:

​Courts and Provincial Court of Seville - Rectorate of the University Seville - Provincial Council of Seville.

o Bus C2 from Ronda de Triana to Prado de San Sebastían.

Bus no. 5 from Ronda de Triana to Prado de San Sebastían.