1A Puente de Isabel II
Market and MoreThe Triana market may be my favorite market anywhere. There has been a market in this spot for 200 years, and that history can be felt. I loved the tile signs above each stand, the friendly and engaging vendors, the fishmongers that move like flamenco dancers, and you can buy anything from mushrooms that look like black thread to jamon iberico to a snack of oysters and cava. It's a beautiful launching point to explore the vibrant Triana neighborhood, and as an added bonus, it's sitting atop the former seat of the Spanish Inquisition (with its free and excellent museum).