Sunday, May 11 (Sevilla) - The city of Seville spans both sides of the Guadalquivir River, but the side with all the monuments and attractions gets all the attention. Other than crossing over for Feria, many tourists ignore the world on the other side of the river. I don't think it is intentional, I just think the neighborhood of Triana is one of the best kept secrets of Sevilla. In fact, this neighborhood is known as "the independent republic of Triana" and Trianeros consider themselves distinct from Sevillanos. I think it is absolutely worth a walk over to Triana, and I'll give you eight reasons why:
Hi! I'm Stacy, a 28 year old Manhattanite who quit her job to go on a 100-day journey across the world. Follow me as I hot air balloon in Turkey, hike the Todra Gorge in Morocco, horseback ride across Ireland, and take part in all the other active adventures I can find!
Travel is my favorite kind of bug.
Welcome to my travel blog! I quit my job in NYC to go on a 100-day travel adventure, and I will be documenting, inspiring and sharing as I go.
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