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Shopping with the locals

Beautiful old walking street in the city center. I thought this had more of the local flavor than... read more

Reviewed July 9, 2018
brianday80
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Tampa, Florida
Shopping as used before

Nice street in the city center, with a lot of typical shops with no one belonging to the new... read more

Reviewed June 18, 2018
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Reviewed October 12, 2018

Yes there are many, many little streets that have ample shopping but the main shopping street is Calle Sierpes. Great stores for clothes and shoes...I bought a ridiculous number of shoes.....not much in terms of restaurants but you you can find a million of them...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank Jkarr11
Reviewed September 21, 2018 via mobile

In the shopping center area in Seville you can find a special small shop, Xelcom Prestige. They have clothes for men and women and complements. Everything is handmade, with a nice project with women in Africa. Everything is made with African fabrics with cotton, really...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed July 9, 2018

Beautiful old walking street in the city center. I thought this had more of the local flavor than some of the streets and seemed to be more locals as well. Fun window shopping and people watching. Worth an evening stroll.

Date of experience: June 2018
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Reviewed June 18, 2018

Nice street in the city center, with a lot of typical shops with no one belonging to the new shopchains which are inviding today all the cities.

Date of experience: May 2018
1  Thank Massimiliano V
Reviewed June 15, 2018

This is Seville's main shopping street. With lots of shops and people, it is the best place to wander around and experience the city.

Date of experience: June 2018
1  Thank Leonhkny
Reviewed May 19, 2018

Unless you're a hardcore shopper there's really no reason to linger along this street. It contains the usual chain stores that can be found most places in Western Europe (and North America) and not much else.

Date of experience: May 2018
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Reviewed May 8, 2018

Narrow street, full of shops and eateries and therefore very busy at all times. A visit here highly recommended.

Date of experience: May 2018
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Reviewed April 21, 2018

I guess this would be to Seville what Oxford Street is to London - the place to shop. I am not interested in this particular activity personally as I come to see the experience the history and culture and there is very little culture to...More

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank GeysirGal
Reviewed April 15, 2018

If you love shopping in tourist traps you will find all the options that you can imagine in this street and Tetuan as well. Buy if not it doesn't matter, the walk is nice.

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank Salvador H
Reviewed April 9, 2018

Calle Sierpes and Calle Tetuan/Velásquez are the two main shopping streets running parallel to each other from La Campana to the Ayuntamiento. Sierpes, in particular, still has quite a lot of traditional shops among the familiar names you'll find on pretty much any high street...More

Date of experience: April 2018
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NJPetersen
October 14, 2016|
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Response from Raindancer2544 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure if this will help but I was there a few weeks ago and didn't see a boot maker there but around the corner on Calle Cuesta del Rosario there is a store that makes profesional Flamenco shoes that may do other things... More
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henrik2000
Nirvanistan
Seville for Coffee Lovers ? (2 Replies)
Hi, what are your special places for heartstopping coffees in Seville? The guidebooks mention the pastelerias on calle Sierpes, but maybe there's more? I don't mean "Starbucks" either. I prefer them with some atmosphere and people watching, love to sit outside also. Thanks!
October 06, 2013|
Response frommyscreen123|
there are some old style cafeterias with good coffee and pastry in the city center (and indeed some of them in calle sierpes). Some examples: - Ochoa: 45, Sierpes st. - La Campana: 1, Sierpes st. - Robles Laredo: 90, Sierpes st. - Horno San Buenaventura (several locations, local chain, but in the city center I like the one in front of the cathedral and also the one in Alfalfa square) - Cafe de Indias (several locations, local chain) But, there are also chocolaterias (where they...More
Tanglinhanako
Flamenco shop, Pena and place to stay after Jerez festival (1 Replies)
I will stay at Sevilla for two days in mid March after my flamenco dance lesson during Jerez festival. - good flamenco shops to buy practice skirt, accessory and dvd with English subtitles? Made big mistakes that I bought a few dvds at Amazon uk without subtitles! Heard some shops in Calle Sierpes. - Is there any shoes shop I should try in addition to Senovilla and gallardo? I have this and little bit narrow foot with thin ankle. - Great Pena/tabanco/venues to enjoy professional...More
January 30, 2018|
Response fromBennyMalaga|
The main shopping streets are Calle Tetuan and Calle Sierpes. You could go there and look for what you want. Places where local dancers go to and perform spontaneously are found only in the movies. Professional dancers perform only in flamenco venues. During the April Fair, the casetas will have many dancers dancing the sevillanas.
mon32
Edinburgh, Scotland
Parking and shopping (2 Replies)
Heading up to Sevilla from Vejer de la Frontera for a day trip for shopping. We'll be driving. What's our best bet for easy parking within walking distance of Calle Velaquez Tetuan/Calle Sierpes? We don't want to spend time driving round looking for street parking and then worrying about having coins and maximum stay. We'd rather just pay in a car park. Thanks.
March 14, 2016|
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https:/…Parking.Guide.Seville.html