Rediscover shopping in Seville

There is a special way to get to know the most genuine Seville: shopping in the city. Seville has extensive shopping areas ready for your enjoyment. Discover the city by shopping where Sevillians do, from craft products to other more innovative offerings. Happy shopping!

El Duque, Sierpes, Tetuán

The great fashion and accessory brands have their spaces in the heart of Seville: the shopping centres, jewellers, major national and international stores, aesthetic and beauty shops.

Enormous design and art showcases that present the trends and styles from last season cover the most emblematic streets of the city: Calle Sierpes Calle Tetuán, Plaza Nueva...

Along this great pedestrian area, you’ll also find an excellent selection of restaurants, gourmet establishments and excellent cafes.

Seville streets
Nervión Plaza shopping mall
Nervión, Triana, Los Remedios

Well connected to the centre by tram and metro, Nervión has major multinational brands and shopping centres where you’ll find everything you need. The shops are concentrated on streets such as Luis Montoto and Luis de Morales.

In Triana, you can enjoy the ceramics or the tastes of the Triana Market. The neighborhood of Los Remedios has many fashion and accessories stores, as well as wide range of furniture and decor offerings, especially in the pedestrian Calle Asunción.

From traditional shopping areas to more modern environments, everything has its space in Seville.

Shopping in Seville
La Alfalfa and La Encarnación

In the neighborhood of La Alfalfa, you’ll find the most popular Sevillian shops: flamenco fashion, bridal gowns, fiesta, Semana Santa, shoes, fabrics... Don’t forget to walk down Calle Francos and Calle Álvarez Quintero, or enjoy beautiful plazas, such as Plaza de la Alfalfa, the Plaza del Pan and the Plaza del Salvador, where you can taste exquisite Sevillian tapas. 

In contrast, on La Encarnación, you can see the most modern Plaza in Seville, where the past (the Antiquarium and its archaeological remains) and the future (Metropol Parasol, popularly known as Las Setas) meet.

The same happens with commerce: tradition and vanguard meet on Seville’s most famous streets: stroll through Calle Puente and Calle Pellón, Cuna, José Gestoso or Regina... No one leaves disappointed. Or Calle Rivero, for example, with interesting establishments offering a wide and renewed chic folk fashion, prêt-a-porter, children’s fashion...

To keep in mind...
  1. In the heart of Seville, many streets have names of trades, recalling the trading tradition of the city.
  2. The city has been experiencing a progressive pedestrianization process, which makes shopping much more enjoyable.
  3. Seville is a big city where you will find both prestigious Spanish and international brands
  4. Old town Seville has been declared a popular tourist area, which influences shops' opening hours. Check them in this link.