|Tel. number||+34 954 459 960|
|Address||Rodrigo de triana 69, 41010 Sevilla|
Located in a typical Seville house in Triana, the most popular neighborhood in Seville, Hostel Triana in Seville offers you an environment away from the crowds of tourists and only 15 minutes from the Cathedral and Reales Alcazares.
At Hostel Triana in Seville we offer Internet, Wi-Fi, breakfast, kitchen access, heating, air conditioning and linen. All included in the price.
If you want to meet people our common room and our terrace are the ideal place to spend a nice time chatting with friends.
If you are a pilgrim the Hostel Triana in Seville is the best place from which to begin the Silver Way from Seville. Just follow the arrows drawn out of the Hostel that will direct you to to Santiago de Compostela (for the pilgrims we have a special price of 14 € per person and night on all bookings made by mail or by phone).
And also the Hostel Triana in Seville is only two minutes from Betis street, full of bars and terraces near the Guadalquivir river with views to Seville's Giralda, La Maestranza and the Torre del Oro.
Vía de la Plata awaits you with 1000 km of paths to Santiago de Compostela and what better place to start than the Hostel Triana! In the Hostel Triana in Seville we offer to Bicigrinos:
With the transport service of the website of bicigrino you can send your bike and we store it without any problem until you arrive, so you can start Vía de la Plata without any problem and the transport of the bicycle is not a deterrent. We will keep your bike until you arrive.
The house where the hostel is located was an old corral of neighbors built in the late nineteenth century. 10 families lived in the house sharing a bathroom and a kitchen located in the courtyard, the common area and meeting place. It was renovated 13 years ago.
The Triana district has retained the flavor of the old neighborhoods. In the mid-nineteenth century there was built the first stable bridge to communicate with Seville, the Isabel II bridge (better known as Triana bridge).
This traditional isolation led to a feeling of independence that is still preserved. In fact, the main church of the district, Santa Ana, is known as Catedral de Triana. Este aislamiento tradicional dio lugar a un sentimiento de independencia que aún se conserva. De hecho, la principal iglesia del barrio, Santa Ana, se conoce como la "Catedral de Triana".