Built during the reign of Isabella II of Spain, it was the first fixed bridge in Seville, one of the more famous bridges in Seville, with bars and restaurants on both sides of the river and many people sitting directly by the river chatting.
The Puente de Isabel II, better known as the Puente de Triana, connects the downtown of Seville with the city of Triana. This beautiful bridge was constructed in the mid-19th century by the Spanish Queen, Isabel II, and has been designated by UNESCO as a world heritage site. I saw this bridge while on a cruise down the Guadalquivir River, and it's something I will never forget!
This bridge, also known as the Triana bridge, connects the neighbourhood of Triana with the city centre. It's a beautiful structure and is the most noteworthy bridge in Seville. It's nice to stroll across and take some good pictures of the skyline of Seville, and also offers a good viewpoint of the Torre de Oro. A great idea, if you time it right, is to cross this bridge at sunset and take in the gorgeous views over the river. It's also a lot cooler by this time so you can enjoy the views without getting sunburnt!
It was built in the late 19th century and is declared well of Spanish cultural interest and historical heritage.