Centro Cerámica Triana
Triana's – and Seville's – newest museum is an attempt to rekindle the flames that once lit the kilns of the neighbourhood's erstwhile...
Taller Andaluz de Cocina
This recently established company in Triana market offers Spanish-Andaluz cooking courses three to four times a week at 11am. The...
Castillo de San Jorge
'Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!' Monty Python once quipped, but in Seville it's not so easy to escape the trauma. After all,...
A tiny nano-brewery in Triana market, Taifa is at the forefront of Andalucía's newborn craft-beer movement that is slowly challenging...
Massive glass windows look out onto a crowded plaza, mirrors artfully reflect framed bullfighting posters and flamenco iconography, and...
Calle Pagés del Corro 49 · interesting places nearby
Casa Anselma information
True, the music is often more folkloric than flamenco, but Casa Anselma is the antithesis of a touristy flamenco tablao , with cheek-to-jowl crowds, zero amplification and spontaneous outbreaks of dexterous dancing. Beware: there’s no sign, just a doorway embellished with azulejos (tiles).
Anselma is in Triana about 200m from the western side of the Puente de Isabel II.