Whether you are looking for brand names in a shopping center or interested in scanning niche markets and boutique shops, Seville
's shopping scene has everything you need and more. If you like ceramics and antiques, shop at Ceramica Santa Ana
and El Jueves Market
. For brand name shopping, try shopping at Nervion Plaza
. If you are looking for some new music, stop by Record Sevilla
and Green UFOs
. There are plenty of stores in Seville
that cater to every interest.
Ceramica Santa Ana
Family-owned for over 50 years, the Ceramica Santa Ana
is heavily regarded as one of the best ceramic shops in Spain. The qualified, attentive staff showcases a wide variety of ceramic art products in different sizes, made on all different surfaces. They offer ceramic art, tiles, crafts and lighting fixtures.
El Jueves Market
Just east of Alameda de Hercules, El Jueves (Spanish for Thursday) Market offers a wide range of eclectic items. Officially known as an antiques market, El Jueves Market
sells everything from ceramics and paintings to furniture, toys and books. Half the fun of going to the Market is in the browsing and people watching. When you shop at El Jueves Market
, stumbling upon a bargain is always a possibility.
Looking to dress up for a traditional flamenco? Maria Rosa is the perfect place to find some of the most extravagant flamenco dresses in Seville
. Located in the heart of downtown, this charming specialty shop features flamenco attire for men, women and children. Don't forget to accessorize your new outfit with the right shoes and scarf.
Opened in March 1998, Nervion Plaza
has 1,500 parking spaces and 25,000 square meters of retail space, which houses more than 40 stores. Shop until you drop, then head over to the Cinema to enjoy a Hollywood feature film. When you get hungry from a full day of shopping and entertainment, there are 15 different restaurants to choose from. If you decide to bring the kids shopping, Nervion Plaza
even has a Kid's Club. It is the perfect place to bring the whole family.