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Shop till you drop in Seville

26 Oct 2020

Are you planning to go on a holiday to Seville and does your wardrobe still need an upgrade? Or are you looking for gifts or souvenirs for family and friends? Then don't pack your suitcase too full and go shopping in Seville! This city has extensive shopping areas ready for your enjoyment! Discover the shopping areas of Seville with us below in this blog to get to know to shop, from the multinationals to craft product shops and other more innovative offerings.

Calle Sierpes - www.google.com/maps/place/Calle+Sierpes,+41004+Sevilla,+Spain/
This is probably one of the most famous shopping streets in the city, located in the historical center. The street runs from Plaza de la Campana to de Plaza San Francisco. These two squares are also nice to visit.
In addition to the well-known brands and chains, many jewelers can also be found here. You can also visit the nice local ceramics shops, where you can certainly find a nice souvenir or gift.

Calle Asunción - www.google.com/maps/place/C%2F+Asuncion,+41011+Sevilla,+Spain/
This is a long and wide shopping street in the area of Los Remedios. There are mostly more expensive brands here, so if you're shopping in Seville to save money, this might not be the best street. If you want some original clothing that you will not see so quickly and you have a somewhat larger budget, this street is definitely recommended.
Many people who come to shop here are neatly dressed and enjoy a cup of coffee in one of the many coffee bars in between.

Calle Tetuán - www.google.com/maps/place/Calle+Tetuan,+41001+Sevilla,+Spain/
This street can easily be combined with a visit to Calle Sierpes because both are located in the historical city center. They run parallel to each other. Since this street runs from the Plaza Nueva to the Plaza del Duque, we recommend you to start here and then go to Calle Sierpes. You can easily reach Plaza Nueva by metro. There are mainly clothing and shoe shops, and the Mango and Zara are very popular here. At Plaza del Duque, the well-known Spanish department store El Corte Inglés is located here. It is said that this street at its own is one of the most expensive in all of Spain! Even during the siesta (from 2 pm to 5 pm), most shops remain open in this street. Definitely shopping proof!

Triana - www.google.com/maps/place/Triana,+Seville,+Spain/
Across the Guadalquivir, the river that flows through Seville, there’s the old district of Triana. Here, you can enjoy the ceramics or the tastes of the Triana Market. Moreover, you can shop in Calle San Jacinto very well. For those who prefer not to shop, there are plenty of terraces and bars to unwind. In this way, the rest of the family can continue shopping easily.
By the way, take a look at the benches you will see in this district. These are made from the local ceramics!

Nervión - www.google.com/maps/place/Nervion,+Seville,+Spain/
Well connected to the city center by metro and tram, the district of Nervión offers the multinational brands and shopping centers, such as Nervión Plaza, where you can find everything you need. These shops are located on streets such as Calle Luis Montoto and Calle Luis de Morales.

La Alfalfa - www.google.com/maps/place/Pl.+de+la+Alfalfa,+41004+Sevilla,+Spain/
In the neighborhood of La Alfalfa, you’ll find popular Sevillian shops such as flamenco fashion, bridal gowns, fiesta, ‘Semana Santa’, shoes, fabrics, and so on…
At the beautiful plazas, you can also taste exquisite Sevillian tapas. At Plaza de la Encarnación, you can see the most modern plaza in Seville, where the past (the archaeological Antiquarium) and the future (Metropol Parasol, also known as Las Setas) meet.

The ‘centros comerciales’ of Seville - www.google.com/maps/search/centros+comerciales+near+Sevilla,+Spain/
Besides Nervión Plaza, there are several other ‘centros comerciales’ in Seville but, in this blog, we highlight three of them.
At the foot of the Torre Sevilla, there is the shopping center of the same name Torre Sevilla. Here, it is often a lot calmer and there are generally less tourists. The shopping center has several floors and on the top floor, there are also a number of restaurants where you can eat in between. For a drink you can also go downstairs at Starbucks. We made a video about this new shopping center before in which you can see which stores you will encounter here. You can watch this video via www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpiJANhyBmc
Somewhat out of town, there is the indoor shopping center of Los Arcos. In Seville it rarely rains, but if it does rain, you can enjoy shopping in this shopping center. With more than a hundred stores, you can easily find a new outfit here. There is even a cinema, where you can unwind after a day of shopping!
The newest of all three is the shopping center of Lagoh. It's a new innovative 'centro comercial' in the south of Seville and has become the largest shopping and leisure area in Seville. Lagoh offers a large variety of the main local, national and international brands. All surrounded by a unique scenery, with extensive viewpoints and a large lake.

As you can see, Seville has everything in store (literally) for everyone! But there is so much more to discover in Seville! Join our daily bike tour through the city of Seville via https://atdspain.com/en/service/daily-bike-tour-sevilla We hope to see you soon!