Lots of shops and restaurants to stop at. Lovely that the whole street is pedestrians only. Beautiful old buildings.
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We came here thinking we'd get a full day of shopping & well, we wasn't. it's just the one street of shops & that's it. i mean, we did go in a few shops but it isn't the sort of place you could spend hours...More
Strolled along Calle Triana a few times.Sat on a few of the many benches and just watched the world go by.Loads of shops and eateries.Well worth a visit or two.
And that's about it. If you can't avoid going I am sure you will survive but by no means is it worth any detour. Personally I found it outdated, lacking atmosphere and even my GF was disappointed from a shopping aspect.
A pleasant pedestrian street with the usually high-street offering found almost everywhere in Europe. The Mango is an especially good one!
This is a must see area is filled with wonderful shops and restaurants with terrazas on multiple streets/alleys.
Calle Triana is a great little strip of shops, bars and restaurants. You'll find a number of big chain retails stores, along with independent fashion stores. Hidden just off the main strip, you'll also find a number of great little restaurants for a quick bit...More
I loved dandering down this street in the evening browsing the shops and stopping off for a coffee al fresco. The only downside I would say is there could probably be more bars/cafes along the length of the street.
Triana is a great place to go for shopping, a coffee, a brunch, lunch, dinner, to people watch or on the way to the older and more sedate district of Vegueta. It's right near the major bus terminal of San Telmo too!