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The most beautiful bridge, extraordinarily beautiful is the newest one, north of the city, "puente del Alamillo". This one, otherwise, is essential to the town and to its right bank old suburb, whose name it has taken: Triana. Everybody calls it bridge of Triana, leaving...More
We saw this bridge from below as part of a rather uninspiring River Cruise. We were never in the area again to either cross the bridge or see it for more than a couple of seconds as we passed it on a panoramic tour of...More
After weeks of touring, traveling, cathedrals, castles, Hop-On-Hop-Off buses it was so nice to stroll here, watch the sun go down, catch the evening breeze. The linear park that follows the river on either side of this bridge is so pleasant. At sundown it is...More
We used the bridge to cross the river from the old town to visit the Triana area and an evening drink and meal at the restaurants just over the bridge. Views from the bridde, especially at sunset, are good photo opportunities.
What a beautiful bridge to stroll across! Whether from Triana to the Centro or vice versa, it's a romantic avenue with lovely views across the river. And the fabulous MaríaTrifulca restaurant is right there on the bridge, on the Triana side -- don't miss it!
After visiting the Real Maestranza bullring museum, I crossed this bridge to the other side, which is the Triana area. While the bridge is old, it is not spectacular. Just a bridge to link 2 sides of the city. However, I had a good view...More
This is a bridge between the centre of Seville and the town of Triana – essentially a suburb of Seville. It’s a fairly main thoroughfare between the two banks of the river, and it has wide pedestrianised pavements on either side of it.