The City of Seville is the ideal place to shop for those unique, special gifts that will forever remind you of your trip to Spain.
It offers visitors a fun shopping experience in lively areas with many different styles and atmospheres while preserving the traditional cute little stores and old buildings.
In this article, I’ll give you the City’s prime shopping destinations so you can save time and effort since Seville holds unique treasures in its small markets, hidden gems in its thrift shops, and luxury experiences in the best-known brands.
And, for those who are shopaholics, keep in mind that the sales period is from the second week of January to the end of February for the winter season and from July 1 to the end of August for the summer season.
And I’ll leave you another great tip at the end of this article, make sure you don’t miss it to save extra money!
But I’m not one for small talk for this article, so without further ado, let’s dive in!
1. Sierpes Street
Undoubtedly, if you go to Seville, you have to walk down Calle Sierpes to go shopping.
It is an entirely narrow pedestrian street full of shops, many of which have preserved their appearance for years.
This iconic street is easy to find and hard to miss while strolling through the city. It is located in the heart of Seville, crossing the Old Town from the Plaza de la Campana to the Plaza de San Francisco.
You will find classic stores, expensive, cheap, traditional, modern, and a bit of everything. Even if you are not getting anything, it is an excellent pedestrian street to spend time on since it has terraces and awnings in the Summer.
Since the fifteenth century, blacksmiths, shoemakers, and artisans have settled here, making it an important center for commerce.
Suppose you’re visiting Seville during the April fair (which is a must); this street would be the perfect place for buying your typical souvenir or authentic flamenco dresses to match the festival’s vibe! Read more about the famous Seville Fair in this article:
Seville Fair Guide for non-locals. Must read before you go!
2. Tetuán Street
The street parallels Sierpes Street and Velázquez Street, converges, and communicates with Nueva Square and City Hall.
Today it has an enormous commercial activity after the implantation of many big fashion firms and franchises, Spanish and foreign brands, and beautiful neo-baroque buildings.
Both this one and Sierpes carry the best-known brands in Spain, such as Mango, Zara, H&M, Stradivarius, Mary Paz, Calzedonia, Bershka, Massimo Dutti, etc.
It has been one of Spain’s most expensive shopping streets throughout history. Besides having many well-known brand stores, it is also home to renowned bars, cafeterias, and traditional gifts and souvenir shops.
The Nervión Plaza shopping center has more than 10 million visitors since it’s a convenient, ample, and clean place to go shopping.
You’ll find well-known brands and stores, such as Amichi, Bershka, Cortefiel Mujer, El Ganso, Mango, Álvaro Moreno, Cortefiel Hombre, El Ganso, Forecast, H&M, H.E. by Mango, Tezenis, Inside, Zara Man, Sfera, Springfield, Pull & Bear, Inside, Massimo Dutti, Pull & Bear, Sfera, Springfield, Violeta By Mango, H&M, Naelle, Zara Woman, and many more!
This place is an excellent choice if you want to spend an afternoon in an air-conditioned place away from the heat. You’ll have everything nearby concentrated in one place.
Moreover, there’s an entire food court area to make a pit stop or have a snack and recharge your batteries, with restaurant chains and fast foods such as Llaollao, Ginos, Casa Carmen, Popeyes, Taco Bell, and VIPS.
It also has coffee shops and even a movie theater on top of the place! Perfect to go with kids after a long day of shopping. Plus, there’s a lovely outlook view (where you can see the Sevilla football stadium since its right next to the mall)
- Puerta de Jerez, towards Olivar de Quintos, and get off at the Nervión stop.
- If you’re towards Las Setas, take the 32 towards Polígono Sur in Laraña and stop on Luis de Morales Street.
4. Soho Benita
The trendy Soho Benita refers to the five streets that have become the place to be for shopping. This is located between the neighborhoods of La Encarnación-San Pedro and Alfalfa.
You can find super interesting stores with fun and different concepts. Perfect for buying unique gifts for loved ones. For example, visit DeLimbo, a great urban and contemporary art gallery.
Then there is also the Isadora boutique store, where you can buy vintage clothes from local designers, shoes, and accessories at very low prices.
Waking a bit further, you’ll find La Importadora. In this store, you can enjoy a collection of artists and designers with fabulous fashion. This one is super trendy on the famous Calle Perez Galdós. This is like an art gallery as well as a boutique clothing store. Perfect for walking around and wandering or getting all the cute little pieces we see.
There is also a creative and super authentic place called Flop! It is a part studio and a showroom. It is for architecture, interior design, and graphic design.
And if you are looking for handmade fabrics and designs, go to Núria González.
Lastly, I suggest going to Zapata or Verde Moscú for eco-fashion lovers.
Overall, the Soho Benita is made up of the following establishments: Artefactum, Delimbo, Flop!, Flor y Pondio, Habanita, Isadora, Kinema, La Importadora, Le Voilà, La Mia Tana, Ofelia Bakery, Patricia Buffuna, Rayuela, Sal Gorda, Green Moscow, Zález and Zapata.
5. Thursday Market - Mercadillo El Jueves
📍Calle Feria, 41003 Sevilla, Spain
- Best time to visit: Thursday Mornings from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm.
The famous and well-known Calle Feria is home to the city’s largest and oldest flea market. It takes place every Thursday, and this has become the ritual of the Sevillians to lead typical neighborhood life.
This is a very local experience. The things offered for sale are not what you would look to buy. Here is a wide range of ancient and used merchandise, but you can find hidden gems if you’re lucky…
Also, there are several valuable and expensive things and perfect if you want to bring a local souvenir back home.
Here you can buy everything and even bargain. You’ll mostly see antiques, flamenco dresses, paintings, toys, sculptures, plants, sewing machines, and more.
It is a great experience even if you don’t buy anything since you’ll also get a glimpse into Spain’s cultural past through the old stuff they sell in the 125 stalls it has.
6. El Corte Inglés
This is the best-known shopping place for Spanish people par excellence. It is one of Spain’s most extensive and renowned chain stores, and its presence in Seville is notable and thriving.
One main advantage distinguishing it from other shopping places is its privileged location in all Spanish cities. Making it super accessible and recognizable for all!
El Corte Inglés sells more than 700 national and international brands. Everything you are looking for is here; they have makeup, accessories, clothing, pool and beach gear, kitchenware, furniture, appliances and electronics, everything you can imagine.
You can’t go wrong by going to El Corte Inglés. It has excellent return policies, national and international brands, and fantastic food places on the top floor, for example, the Gourmet Experience Duque near the famous Setas de Sevilla.
I recommend this place with your eyes closed and without thinking twice.
7. Asunsión Street - Los Remedios
If you’re staying in Los Remedios neighborhood, which is, in fact, a great area to stay in Seville, you should not miss the opportunity to begin your shopping day on the main street of La Asunsión.
It has become a very famous hub for shoppers and those who want to enjoy lovely walks to see what crosses their sight so they can buy it. It has many cafes along its broad street to make pit stops!
On Asunción Street, you will find endless shops, especially clothing stores such as Springfield, Bimba y Lola, or Mango. There are also decoration, home, telephone, shoe stores, perfume shops, multiple bars, breweries, and lively terraces.
Moreover, here’s where the April Fair celebration takes place.
8. Triana Neighborhood
The colorful buildings on Calle Betis that you can see from the other side of the Guadalquivir River are the beginning of a neighborhood that needs to be explored.
The central avenue of life and activity in Triana is located next to el Mercado de Triana, called Calle Betis, making it a central hub for all activity in the neighborhood. To see other markets in Seville, visit the following article:
10 Seville Markets To Enjoy Local Culture and Tasty Food
It has a gypsy spirit and plenty of flamenco flair. It stands out for having excellent ceramic since it has great local ceramics manufacturers. Like the following:
Everything you want or need can be found here or just around the corner. The shops are concentrated on streets such as Jacinto Street, Luis Montoto and Luis de Morales.
9. Themed Streets
Last but not least, I can’t end this list without mentioning some of the most emblematic streets where historic shops are located.
The Córdoba Street has multiple shoe stores like La Mallorquina to others such as Roberto Garrudo or Calzados Paco Rodríguez.
The Cuna Street is known for being the place for accessories and weddings, and for getting flamenco fabrics and dresses to enjoy La Feria de Abril like a true local.
Although these are not your regular stores to go shopping like the ones I mentioned at the beginning of this article, they are very special to the Sevillian culture and a great way to understand and appreciate it is by wandering through these beautiful streets that gain life thanks to the people living in it.
Tip: For residents outside the E.U., VAT is refunded for purchases over 90 euros (only applies to products you’re getting back to your home country). Payments can be made by cash or credit card by showing your passport or identity document and asking for the IVA discount. You can redeem your money at the airport before leaving and save lots!
We hope you found our guide to the best shopping stores in Seville helpful! Don’t hesitate to reach out with questions or suggestions.
Here’s a map in case you need extra help. :)