One of the best things you can do in Seville is to go shopping. That’s why in this guide for shopping in Seville, I want to tell you where the shopping areas are and what you can find there. So when you travel to this wonderful city you know where the best stores are.
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Spain is one of the countries that I liked the most to do shopping. They have many stores with quality products and at affordable prices. Seville is not the exception. I spent 21 days in Seville and although I can’t boast to know all the secret places to go shopping, I did visit some areas that I can recommend to you.
Note: I don’t receive any kind of reward from the stores I mention, I’m just a happy customer, that’s why I recommend them 😉
The center of the city
First of all, and the most obvious area to go shopping in Seville is downtown. Also, usually in the downtown or old towns, we can find most of the tourist attractions. The stores in Seville are very close to the Museum of Fine Arts.
Also from the Plaza Nueva, where is the City Hall, you can get on Tetuan Street where you will see many shops. I suggest you walk the streets nearby because there are also several establishments.
You can find well-known brands like Zara, Mango, H&M, C&A, Bershka, Pull&Bear, and the famous Corte Ingles. But there are also many other local or unknown stores for me that are worth browsing. Some are a bit expensive, but there are also many bargains.
There is a store where I bought several beautiful, classic pieces of clothing, of good quality and at a good price. The store is called Encuentro Moda and is on Sierpes Street. There is also a store in Triana, an area of which I will speak later.
Among other things, you can find gift shops, toys, books, antiques, shoes, and cosmetics shops. Also in the area, there are several places where you can eat, have an ice cream or coffee. There are Mc Donald’s, Burger King and Starbucks nearby for fast food fans.
A store that I loved is the Papelería Ferrer. If you like stationery and vintage items then you can not miss it. Of course, it’s a bit expensive but you can still enter to browse and maybe you find something that fits your budget.
I bought some super cute decorated paper sheets. The front of the store alone is already attractive because it’s the oldest stationery in Seville. It is located on Sierpes Street.
In the neighborhood of Triana, you can also do some of your shopping in Seville. Here is the Market of Triana and San Jacinto Street. In the market, you will mostly find groceries, fruits, vegetables, meats, and sausages. Around, there are some shops of ceramic items very popular to buy as a souvenir.
San Jacinto is a pedestrian street where there are some shoe shops, accessories, cosmetics, and clothing shops. There are also several bars and small restaurants which seemed to be full all the time.
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In the neighborhood of the remedies, next to Triana, is the Asunción Street. In this pedestrian street, there are several clothing stores, accessories, toys, and gifts.
A shop where I bought that I like a lot is Sergent Major. It’s a children’s clothing store and so I bought some gifts for the kids in the family. Sergent Major is a French brand with very cute clothes. It’s not very cheap, but sometimes they have good discounts.
If you prefer you can go to the malls to do your shopping in Seville. In Seville, there are 3 malls (well, there were 3 when I stayed here) that I detail below
Nervion is the largest and most popular shopping center in Seville. It is located right next to the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium, on Luis Morales Street. To get there you can take the metro and get off at the station of the same name. In this mall, there are several fashion stores such as Zara Home, Oysho, Cortefiel, Mango, as well as cinemas and food area.
This mall was recently renovated. Some of the stores you can find here are Stradivarius, Springfield and, Calzedonia. Besides, there is a supermarket Hipercor and cinemas. It is located on Andalusia Avenue and on its official website there are directions to get there by car or public transport (only in Spanish).
Plaza de Armas
The Plaza de Armas mall is located right in front of the bus station of the same name. In fact, I arrived at this bus station in Seville. Despite its good location, it doesn’t have many shops. It only has some food establishments and cinemas.
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Another option to do your shopping in Seville are the many street markets set up on different days of the week. Some of the most famous are the Alcosa Park Market and the philately and numismatic market in Plaza del Cabildo. In the Plaza del Museo there is an art market too. You can find these 3 markets on Sundays.
Besides, there are markets and bazaars only available on a Sunday per month. On this link (in Spanish), there are details of these markets and the days that are set.
As these are rather informal markets, there might be the possibility that they are not set anymore when you visit Seville, so you can ask directly to your host, in your hotel, or to local people, if you are interested.
The options for shopping in Seville are endless. On the outskirts of the city, there are 2 outlet centers where you can find brand clothing at lower prices.
The most popular is the Sevilla Fashion Outlet. Some of the brands that you can find in this outlet are Reebok, Adidas, Desigual, Lacoste, Levis, Guess, and Stradivarius. It’s located on the outskirts of Seville opposite the airport.
To get there, they offer you the service of a free shuttle bus that runs through different parts of the city. On the site of Sevilla Fashion Outlet, you can check the stops and schedules of this bus.
As it usually happens with outlets, they have clothes that are out of season and/or not many sizes. You have to search and have the patience to hunt down some bargain. When I went I didn’t find anything on my taste and budget, but as the transport was free, there was nothing to regret. The Sevilla Fashion Outlet changed owners and have made some improvements. You don’t lose anything with browsing around.
Another shopping center on the outskirts of Seville is the Sevilla factory. They have shops like Sunglass Hut, Stradivarius and United Colors of Benetton. To get there you have to take the bus
Lines M-132 (Sevilla-Dos Hermanas) and the local lines Dos Hermanas 3 and 4. I didn’t go to this place, so I can not give you much information.
Final thoughts on shopping in Seville.
Seville is a large and modern city where you can find clothing and fashion accessories; as well as all kinds of items and gifts. It is not frequent to see traditional craftsmanship and handmade products. Except for ceramics, I didn’t see any traditional handicraft.
Even so, there are many options for areas, shops, and prices that adapt to any buyer. Without a doubt, my favorite place was the downtown area because there are a variety of shops and many vintage shops. Also, it’s close to the most attractive places for tourists.
If you have visited Seville and you think I missed any important information, leave me your comments in the section below. And if you are thinking about visiting this city and have any questions, I will also be happy to help you.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this guide of shopping in Seville and that it will be useful for you when you visit this cosmopolitan city. If you think it can be useful for someone else remember to share it on your favorite social media. Thanks for reading and bon voyage!