Seville is a paradise for people who love to wander through markets. The city offers multiple markets with various products. Whether you are looking for ingredients to cook with, antique products, art pieces or something special, Seville is the city to visit! Usually, these markets are open from the morning till 2 pm. In this blog we will tell you more about the markets that are still open (for now) during COVID-19 in Seville.
Mercado de Triana
The market started in 1823 and is also known as the Plaza de Abastos. Mercado de Triana is located in the Plaza del Altozano next to the Triana Bridge and it sits on the old Castle of San Jorge. On the inside and outside of Mercado de Triana you are able to see parts of the old city wall and pottery details. You can find a large range of fresh products at the market. For example, different types of fruit, artisanal meat and fish products, variety of spices, freshly baked bread and all kinds of special beverages. Moreover, you can buy souvenirs to take home with you. Do not miss out on this market while you visit Seville! Keep an eye on their COVID-19 updates via https://mercadodetrianasevilla.com.
Mercado de la Encarnación
This market is located at the world’s largest wooden construction; the Metropol Parasol, locally referred to as 'Las Setas' (The Mushroom) at Plaza de la Encarnación. You can visit the market on the ground floor of the Metropol Parasol. Mercado de la Encarnación has 40 different stalls selling fresh products. Therefore, this market provides you with everything you desire concerning food. Because of its beautiful architectural surrounding and amazing atmosphere, it makes the market a perfect place to visit while you are in Seville! Stay updated about COVID-19 via their website https://mercadodelaencarnacion.es.
Mercadillo Plaza del Duque
The market specializes in craft items from all over the world. Mercadillo Plaza del Duque is located at the Plaza de la Victoria in the city centre of Seville. This market is perfect to buy handmade items like jewellery, scarves, clothing and bags. If you cannot get enough of shopping, you can also visit the department store El Corte Inglés which is located straight across the market. Do you also like to buy original items? Visit the Mercadillo Plaza del Duque in Seville! Check their Facebook page for the latest updates https://www.facebook.com/MercadilloPlazaDelDuque/.
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It could always occur that due to COVID-19 the markets will close again or develop adapted rules visiting their location. Therefore, before visiting check their websites and social media for the latest updates.