Triball is named after the triangle formed around Calle de la Ballesta, by the streets Desengaño, Valverde and Corredera Baja de San Pablo. This rehabilitated area has opened to new designers, gourmet shops, restaurants with meticulous organic menus and even to new cultural proposals. All set in spaces that combine architectural elements that make them unique, like the beautiful colourful floor tiles, with other more avant-garde elements.
Triball is bustling with life. New venues are opening by the day, like Laga, Basque designers who have recently installed their first shop selling fashion and accessories. The neighborhood is gradually taking shape. Almudena Fernández is really excited about that: "In a few years time, I'll stroll around here and I'll feel that I had something to do with this