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 haven 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).