For the center of Seville ...
A great plan is to shop around the center of Seville and enter a store. The city center is not very big, so the shopping area can go in a short time. But that does not mean that there is a shortage. A variety of shops of all kinds so you can be a good memory of the city or expand your closet. Shopping in Seville is a pleasure and constantly new openings, and new developments that try to give a twist to the shopping scene in the city and seduce the visitor occur.
With good weather, the sun and good temperatures shopping Sevillanas is much more. Walking, seeing people on the street and be entertained by street performances. And much more fun than getting into a shopping mall.
Main shopping streets.
The nerve center of the city, La Campana, is the perfect starting point to not miss a store. Next to the Plaza del Duque is El Corte Ingles, which has everything.
Sierpes, Tetuan and Sagasta.
Sierpes and Tetuan streets are wide pedestrian streets, very busy and with many shops. You will find fashion brands better known as Mango, Zara, H & M, Stradivarius, Mary Paz, Uterqüe, Calzedonia, Bershka, Massimo Dutti, Nice Things, etc. In addition there are several traditional Sevillian shops like Handbags Casal shop, leather bags of varied designs, modern and very good price, or Camisería Gallant, in street Sagasta, since 1905, born with the desire to trade with quality products, being very selective in the full dress of the man ultimately select the best products, offering a wide variety of garments, with the best qualities and appropriate prices, their showcase in time Fair is a show, all historical interest and it belongs to the Intangible Heritage of Seville and Good Taste.
There are also cosmetic stores as Bodybell, Primor, Yves Rocher and phone shops and accessories.
Parallel to the main commercial street, it is the Cuna Street, known as the Sevillian street-ins and weddings. If you want a spectacular headdress, a groundbreaking dress or gown wedding of your dreams, you do not have to be sick a lot, because the best companies are concentrated there. There are also very good fabric shops and flamenco dresses.
Small streets full of surprises.
Arriving at the Plaza del Salvador, it is the street that connects Córdoba Cuna Street and Plaza del Pan. It is known as the street for shoes. Looking for a wedding shoe, sandals or boots just have to walk down this street and enter one of their stores like La Mallorquina, Footwear Paco Rodriguez, Roberto Garrudo, etc.
Bridge and Pellón: close to the previous one , from the Plaza del Pan to the Incarnation, traditional trade and deals, highlight establishments such as El Estanco Lineros, White Gold, Don Regalón, and the House health among others.
Franks: historical and proverbial shopping street, runs from the Plaza del Pan to the Cathedral, it's a classic and specialized trade, Casa Velasco, haberdashery, House Rodríguez military purposes and Cordonería Alba.