Seville - Shopping
Seville does not have the shopping of Barcelona or Madrid, but its diverse neighbourhoods still offer some interesting finds. Seville is for example a heaven for shoe lovers. North of the La Geralda clock tower lies Seville’s largest shopping area, centred on Calle Sierpes and Tetuan. In addition to the shoe shops (including Camper and Ziro’s - who sell the Muxart brand), there are proper souvenir shops. Get your high quality shawls, hand fans and Sevilla hats from places like Juan Foronda, on Calle Virgen de los Reyes 3. They will also design a unique Flamenco dress for you.
The working-class neighbourhood of Triana, on the opposite side of the river, is well-known for its ceramics market and tile havens such as Cerámica Santa Ana on Calle San Jorge 31. Over on Calle Rodrigo de Triana is La Casa del Cofrade, a must for every visitor to Seville. They create the traditional Nazareno robes worn during the Semana Santa. For more shoes, visit Calzados Mary Paz, on Avenida Santa Cecilia 23.
The Alfalfa district is where the unholy alliance of antique stores and trendy galleries are found. There are also a handful of noteworthy fashion shops here, like Purificacion Garcia (on Calle Rioja 13), and Homeless (on Calle O’Donnell 16).
The shoes are known for being extraordinary comfortable but still stylish and they come for both men, women and kids. Camper is a store you just cannot miss if you love shoes.
For more than 150 years, Loewe has provided men and women with luxurious well-tailored fashion and leather goods. There is also a store in Hotel Alfonso XIII on San Fernando 2.
This world famous brand soon has a store in every mid-size town and in Seville you find several outlets. Here you find the latest fashion for men, women and children, everything from street wear to the more up-dressed look.
At Mango, the urban young woman finds everything from sleek work-wear to the fabulous cocktail dress to reasonable prices. Match your new outfit with the perfect shoes and accessories that you also find here. There are several shops across the city and one of them is located here.
Massimo Dutti has its focus on sophisticated business wear for both men and women. They are famous for their classic and elegant clothes and accessories made of high quality fabrics and leather, but still to affordable prices.
In the same genre as Mango and Zara you find Stradivarius. Racks with the latest fashion wear, together with high heels, ballerinas, scarves and accessories fill the shop and if you don't find your size, don't worry there are several outlets in the city.
This chain, together with Zara and Mango, is one of Spain's most popular shops for young women. Here you can find basics mixed with some of the latest fashion to rock-bottom prices.
As the name reveals, this boutique sells women's underwear, lingerie, swimwear and cosy homewear. This Spanish chain offers everything from comfy pyjamas to sleek, sexy bras and panties
Pull & Bear
Pull & Bear is part of the same group as Zara and Stradivarius. If you are young, urban and engaged with the environment this shop will fit you like a hand in a glove. Here you can buy the latest trends and pick a cool casual look, but still be environmentally friendly.
This Swedish chain, that you nowadays find almost everywhere in the world, provides high street fashion for both men and women at prices suiting everyone. In Palma you find three boutiques located in the main shopping areas.
In Italy Geox is ranked as the number one footwear brand and the technological solutions when making their shoes is very appreciated across the world.
Pimkie is a women's clothes chain that can be found in various locations throughout Europe. Here you can buy personalized and young fashion for women - everything from pants and accessories to skirts and dresses.
El Corte Inglés
Spain’s department store colossus is both loved and hated, but successfully performs the main task of the department store, which is to offer most things to most people.
Designer fashions, their own low and medium-priced lines, enormous perfumery and make-up departments, leather goods in all price ranges, toys, children’s clothes, art materials, food and delicatessen, home furnishing devices, garden furniture, a tobacco department with humidors etc.
However, the best thing about El Corte Inglés is the service. The staff is always friendly and helpful, garments are shortened and taken in at no cost and without a murmur. And the customer has the unlimited right of return upon production of a receipt. This sells.
Spain never lets us down when it comes to shopping and shoes. Farrutx is another loved Spanish shoe empire with well-made leather shoes for both him and her.
El Jueves might be called an antique market, but it is so much more. Come here on a Thursday to pick up a real bargain on paintings, clothes, books, toys, well, just about anything.
After being inspired by all of the Flamenco dancing during your stay here in Seville, you might would like to buy a nice piece of clothing with you home. Go to Juan Foronda for lovely Flamenco clothes.
You cannot go wrong with a traditional Sevillan styled hat. There are a few places around where you can buy one, but Sombreros Maquedano is one of the better once.
Plaza de Armas
Plaza de Armas is beautifully located in the old Córdoba Train station with many different restaurants, movies theatre, supermarkets, and of course, shops.
Bags, bags, bags, Misako has a great selection of hand bags. They change the selection according to season.