Once a primitive slum populated by the city’s dropouts and Gypsies, Triana has become one of the most popular night-out spots in Seville. It still has the mystery and romance of the eras gone by but with improved safety and accessibility to the city folk on the “right side” of the river. Beneath the gaze of the belltower of the Real Parroquia de Señora Santa Ana run narrow streets criss-crossing but still somehow eventually converging on just one – Calle Betis.
A Gobshite’s Ode to the Andalusian Clubs
Round 4 in our “A Gobshite’s Ode” series, and we’re going on our holidays….
Sevilla fans are c**ts.
Málaga fans are guiri c**ts.
From Boothferry To España
A collection of snaps from our recent tour across Spain.
We began in the very South of the country, with La Segunda Continue reading
The Olympians At Heliopolis
The Greek flag flew high over the Quadalquivir river on Thursday as Real Betis’ successful Europa League endeavours continued. The verdiblancos of the Estadio Benito Villamarin were playing at home to former Greek Super League Champions Olympiacos FC. A large away following had made the journey from Athens to Seville and to a stadium in a region that, Continue reading