1. Calle Sierpes
Plaza de San Francisco (between Lampa and Ancas), Seville,
The street bustles with constant activity and a vibrant crowd as the various kinds of shops, bars and cafes lines the Calle Sierpes. Calle Sierpes is popular for its fascinating collection of shops and boutiques. Plaza Del Salvador and San Jose Chapel are located at a close proximity to the Calle Sierpes
2. Mercado de Triana
Plaza del Altozano s/n,Seville,
Mercado de Triana is a typical food market situated in the Traina market. It is an ideal place for the locals to mingle out. There are lots of vegetables and fruits along with cheese and meat. One can also find everything which represents Seville from a tourist point of view, like local dresses, little bull statues, T-shirts and many more.
Paseo Cristobal Colon 18, Seville,
"The best horse riding shop in Spain"
Calle Vida 17, Seville,
This is a upmarket gift shop that´s the only officially authorized outlet for the full line of Lladró porcelain statues. There´s also a worthy display of porcelain, elaborately decorated fans and jewellery.
5. El Postigo
Arfe, near the Cathedral,Seville,
Set in the town centre near the cathedral, this shop contains one of the biggest selections of Andalusian ceramics in town. Some of the pieces are much, much too big to fit into your suitcase; others, especially the hand-painted tiles, make charming souvenirs that can easily be transported.
6. El Corte Ingles
Plaza del Duque de la Victoria, 8 Seville
This is a department store at the top of Sierpes and has fashion departments for men, women and children, a great toiletries hall and an excellent supermarket with a wide selection of olive oils and wine.