With an old-fashioned counter and a window display where the hats are orderly hung by style, the Rocío pilgrimge hats to one side, the Spanish berets to another, this establishment conserves all the charm of the stores of yesteryear. You notice it as soon as you walk through the door. That's why when a Sevillian thinks about buying a new hat, this is the place that pops into his mind. Made of felt or wool, for tourists and for regulars, among the diverse models offered at Sombreros Maquedano your head will find exactly what it's looking for.
If you're heading from Plaza de El Salvador to Plaza de la Alfalfa, you will surely pass this establishment whose window display is heaped with hats of all sizes and styles. You'll probably pay most attention to the accessories for the traditional pilgrimage: Rocío-style hats and suspenders for the traditional Sevillian suit. For seasoned pilgrims or for those that just want to try a new experience, this store is a must-see.
Calle Alcaicería 25, Seville, Spain, 41004
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