Since 2005, the Triana market, which began as an improvised fish market on the banks of the Guadalquivir in the 1830s, has been housed in a shiny new building and given the stamp "Traditional Shopping Center." The vendors, however, continue to sell the same colorful mix of food, flowers, cheap fashion, and costume jewelry as before. It closes at 3pm and is not open on Sunday.
Pl. del Alzotano, Seville, 41012, Spain