Markets

© Photos by Julio Ortíz

TRIANA MARKET

Active since 1823, this market stands on the old remains of the Castle of San Jorge, has a unique enclave, bathed by the Guadalquivir river on the shore of Triana.

FERIA MARKET

Next to the church of the Omnium Santorum, is one of the busiest markets in our city, where it is ideal to stop to buy and then taste some specialty of Sevillian cuisine.

LONJA DEL BARRANCO MARKET

From its construction in 1883 to 1970 it was used as a fish market and wholesale fish market, being the only iron market that has survived to this day, it is currently a gastronomic space of reference in terms of tastings and a must-see in Seville.

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