The range of options in Andalusian capital is quite wide. Traditional establishments alternate with new stores and malls where you can buy from a towel or fashionable clothes, to very expensive jewelry, pottery and whatever you might want.
Stores are typically open from 9:30am-2pm in the mornings and then open again in the afternoon from 5-8pm.
Seville is blessed with both the smaller, artisan shops as well as the larger department or chain stores. The local merchants are alive, and in some cases well, in Seville. It’s worth to mention that in Sevilla there are three zones for purchases: the Old Town, Triana and Nervion. The Old Town offers many stores where you can buy all sorts of items, standing in the Plaza Nueva pedestrian streets Sierpes and Tetuan, where large franchises and fashion houses in addition to sales features souvenirs, flamenco dresses, embroidery and leather . The neighborhood of Triana, across the river Guadalquivir, has several stores that offer to visitors the best pottery in the area. For fashion lovers, a tour of the Nervion neighborhood is indispensable. In “Luis de Morales” Avenue and “Luis Montoto” street there are huge stores and franchises of world-wide famous fashion brands.
But the most traditional market in Seville is the Thursday’s market. Displays lots of antiques, paintings, books, secondhand clothes, etc. On Sunday morning at “Plaza del Cabildo”, around 3:00 pm you can get pieces of philately and numismatics; and in the “Plaza Alfalfa”, birds and all kinds of pets.
To get good discounts in stores, restaurants, museums etc, You can be purchase at the offices of Tourism the so called Sevilla Card.
Malls in Seville
Address: Luis de Morales Street, 3, 41005
Los Arcos Mall
Address: Andalucía Avenue, 41007