Shopping in Seville

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In comparison to other Spanish capitals, Seville’s fairly compact historic center means authentic memorabilia is conveniently found a stone's throw f... Read More

In comparison to other Spanish capitals, Seville’s fairly compact historic center means authentic memorabilia is conveniently found a stone's throw from brand-name merchandise. The two main shopping streets, Calle Sierpes and Calle Tetuán, branch out into tucked-away streets where avid shoppers can find a trove of treasures like hand-painted fans, shawls, flamenco dresses, and ceramics. If shopping is your raison d’être, visit during the months of January, February, July, and August (only if you can stand the heat) for the rebajas—the city’s seasonal sale period, when prices are slashed up to 80 percent.

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  • Abanicos Díaz

    Originating in China, abanicos (handheld paper fans) were first introduced to Europe in the 1400’s. In Spain, and particularly in Andalusia, where... Read More

  • Ceramica Triana

    Over the bridge in Triana, a series of façades will invite curiosity due to their vibrant mosaics made from indigenous ceramic tiles. Inside this... Read More

  • Convento de San Leandro

    Inside a quiet foyer strewn with potted plants is a heavy-set wooden door with bolted gold trim and a small, revolving turnstile tray. Behind that door... Read More

  • El Corte Inglés

    With two central Seville locations and a half a dozen affiliated boutique shops, cafés, and art spaces, El Corte Ingles offers customers the latest in... Read More

  • Guitarras de Artesania

    For the classic guitar aficionado, this vintage shop is a must. Owner Jose Luis Postigo, a legendary flamenco guitarist, has extended his passion for... Read More

  • Lina Sevilla 1960

    From its humble origins as a one-woman atelier in the 60’s, this designer Flamenco dress shop has evolved into one of the leading outlets for artisanal... Read More

  • Maestro Marcelino

    Inaugurated in early 2016, this cheerful gourmet food and wine shop is fashioned after a turn-of-the-century neighborhood grocery store. There is tile... Read More

  • Mimo Sevilla

    Housed next to the palatial entrance of the Hotel Alfonso XIII, the gourmet goods brand Mimo is Seville’s high-end reference for artisanal edibles. The... Read More

  • Populart Sevilla

    On a serpentine road in the thick of Santa Cruz, the vivid periwinkle-colored storefront draws you in for a closer look. Upon quick inspection, the rows... Read More

  • Sympathique

    A one-stop shop for craft gifts with personality, Sympathique is Seville’s creative answer to “What should I bring back?” The theme of the store's décor... Read More

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