For a bohemian vibe, head to Macarena: one of the liveliest areas of Seville. This neighborhood is an excellent location to explore the vintage shops and antique bookstores. Once the poorest slum in Spain, it’s now a characterful area with many interesting palaces.
Besides, Seville is the birthplace of flamenco and it all began in Triana. Humble, down-to-earth, and full of artistic flair, this neighborhood has been home to artists, dancers, sailors, gypsies, bullfighters, and potters. If you want to blend in with the locals, this is the most authentic place to go to in Seville.
These two neighborhoods give off art and makes anyone who visits Seville fall in love. Get to know all the corners and go for tapas in terraces and bars. You won’t regret it!