Shopping in Seville


Downtown Seville

Traditionally the main streets of the most commercial center are Calle Sierpes and Calle Tetuán, where are brands like Mango, Women Secret and in general all those of the Inditex group. We will also find souvenir or jewelry stores.

If we want to buy some ceramic, the most advisable neighborhood for this is Triana, crossing the Guadalquivir. Antillanos Campos street, San Jorge and Pottery are where we can find the most specialized in pitchers, It is unique pieces of clay, dishes, or watches.

Francos street is dedicated to old commerce as well as Puente Pellón street, and that of San Eloy. Instead we can find the Arab souk style in José Gestoso street.


Zona Este Shopping Center

Family leisure center with restaurant areas, Gym, multiplex cinemas and events for the whole family.

Direction: Glorieta Palacio de Congresos 1, 41020 Sevilla
Schedule: Sunday to Thursday from 9.00 a 23.00 h, Friday and Saturday of 9.00 a 1.00 h.
Phone: 954999850
You can get there by bus lines 27 and B4 or Cercanías C4.

Torre Sevilla Shopping Center

As its name indicates, this shopping center is located within the Torre Sevilla complex, as an extension of the commercial area of ​​the city center. Among the stores that comprise it are Game, Home, Vodafone, Guess, FootLocker o Primark, Decks20, Mascarpone cheese, TGB, or La Tagliatela.

Direction: C / Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada 2, 41092 Sevilla

Business hours:
Monday to Saturday from 10.00 a 22.00 h.
Restoration hours: Sunday to Thursday from 11.00 a 1.00 h, Friday and Saturday of 11.00 a 2.00 h.
Phone: 954818282

The public transport lines with nearby stops are:
Tussam Bus, lines C1, C2, C3, 05,06 The 43, the metropolitan consortium lines or commuter lines line C2.

Nervión Plaza Shopping Center

It is a shopping center located in Nervión (next to the Ramón Sanchez Pizjuán stadium), two-storey with a wide variety of shops, of restaurant areas and cinemas. Stores: Zara, Bershka, Prenatal, Adolfo Dominguez, Lacoste, Massimo Dutti, Pull & Bear, United colors of Benetton, B& B, Nature, Aldebarán, Cortefiel, Gallardo, Swatch, Mango, Izmir, Nicholas, Carmen Moreno, Colonel Tapioca, Sevijoya, Your name, Offitienda, Precchio, Hermes Govantes, Loop Sunglass, Zara Home, Supersol, Orange, The phone house, 5 dried up, Vision Loop, H&M, Balloon, MaryPaz, Celop woman, Celop man, Torero, Douglas, Polynesia, Makeup, give, Imaginarium, JVZ, Tree, Solete, Artebisual, Anika, Charanga, Stupid, 13 Pass, Friends. Restoration: Pans & Company, Brutus, Beer Station, The White Cross, Arles Furnace, Mascarpone cheese, McDonald’s, Starbucks, Vips, Ginos, Jamaica, Friday’s, The Wok.

Direction: Avda. Luis de Morales s / n, 41005 Sevilla
Schedule: Monday to Sunday from 10.00 a 22.00 h.
Phone: 954989131

Los Arcos Shopping Center

It is one of the largest shopping centers in Seville Capital and consists of two floors with countless clothing stores, shoe stores, restoration areas, cinemas and parking. Some of the stores that make up this shopping center: The phone House, Zara, White, Bershka, 13 Pass, Springfield, C&A, Hypercor, Massimo Dutti, Cortefiel or House.

Direction: Avda. of Andalucía s / n, 41007 Sevilla
Schedule: Monday to Saturday from 10.00 a 22.00 h.
Phone: 954676005

The lines with nearby stops by public transport are:
22, 24, 29 y B4.
Train: C1, C4, And C5.

Lagoh Shopping Center

It has more than 100.00 square meters of surface, thus becoming the largest commercial and leisure area in the province of Seville. In it we can find a wide variety of stores such as the Inditex Group, Victoria Secret, Hunkemoller, Hollister, Bimba and Lola, The Goose, Lego, Mayoral, Primark, Noon, Oysho, Calzedonia, Urban Planet or Yelmo Premiun Cines, among other.

Direction: Avda. Palmas Altas s / n, 41012 Sevilla
Business hours: Monday to Saturday from 10.00 a 22.00 h.
Restaurant hours: Sunday to Thursday from 12.00 a 24.00 h, Friday, Saturdays and the eve of holidays 12.00 a 1.00 h.
Phone: 955604554

The public transport lines or the exit to access by private car are:
By bus Tussam 35 or by car the access is by the SE-30, by the Centennial Bridge, and take exit 9-A, (the one that leads to the AP-4 towards Cádiz), in the direction of Las Razas avenue.

Train: C1, C4, And C5.


Historic Thursday market

As its name indicates, It is held on Thursdays in Calle Feria and it is the oldest and most iconic open-air market in Seville, where you can buy authentic relics and different second-hand objects such as coins, clocks, cameras or books. The area is full of bars and wineries for tapas.

Direction: Feria street