Located in Triana, the old Gypsy enclave on the left side of the Guadalquivir river, Ceramica Santa Ana is a quaint ceramic shop selling intricately designed ceramica tiles. The designs range from simple geometric Moorish patterns to styles with pictures depicting saints. This splash of color and art can be seen displayed on the facade. Choose from a fantastic collection of sinks and dishes and give your home or office a great new look. A range of ceramic and pottery items, from tiny bowls and jugs to statues and huge pots sit proudly, waiting to be discovered.
This is, without doubt, the best-known street and it runs between Plaza de San Francisco and La Campana (a shopping area). Although it's a short street, it's lined with all kinds of shops, bars and cafés, and has a constant stream of people all day long. It's a prime location, right in the center of the city and completely pedestrianized. Next to this street are Plaza del Salvador and Capilla de San José. There are also several tiled walls in this street, one of these being the façade of Seville's former prison where you can read that Miguel De Cervantes was imprisoned here, and it was while serving his sentence that he had the idea to write El Quijote, the most famous work of Spanish literature.
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.
Quality items, the finest brands and impeccable service make this chain the ideal place for the hesitant shopper in need of assistance. There are various establishments in Seville, located downtown, in Nervión, and in the Los Remedios neighborhood. Fashion for women of all ages and styles, with special attention given to party dresses and to the Pedro del Hierro line. In addition, sizes go up to (Spanish size) 50, so you can easily shop without worries.Shirts from 8,000 pesetas, party slacks from 9,000 pesetas, and shoes from 7,000 pesetas. If your trousers need alteration, don't worry, they do it without any additional cost, and it will be ready in just a few days.For men, they offer elegant suits and jackets, overcoats, sweaters, and shirts, all the finest brands. And so you can leave with your whole outfit together, here you will find shoes, belts, scarves, and gloves. A complete service and an establishment that satisfies every customer.
One of the most sought-after attractions of the city, Calle Tetuan is where you can find many luxury outlets at one address. This historic 16th-century street attracted merchants selling quilts and blankets back in the time. Albeit ideal for the brand-conscious traveler, the stunning architecture and artsy corners of Calle Tetuan make it a must-visit for the budget traveler too.
If you know someone who is a connoisseur of vintage art then Poster Felix is the place to pick up souvenirs for them. Occupying its current location since 1982, this store is a local gem selling vintage posters that have a Spanish touch. Elements such has bullfights, Flemencho dancers, Spanish fiestas and depictions of war are some of the common illustrations found on their colorful posters. Other themes across these posters are travel and vintage Spanish ads.
Loewe Sevilla is a place to be if you love fashion and luxury. One of the leading fashion houses of Spain, it is famous for its premier leather goods, fragrances, accessories and clothing. Their collection of menswear and womenswear oozes of casual elegance and is of the latest trend. Fashionistas will love to have a piece of this brand in their wardrobe, so if you are one, don't miss to visit the branch of this top design house.
Founded in 1913, this establishment is very traditional. The store, in its third generation, has sold religious items for more than eight decades. Found in the centrally located Francos Street along with many of the city's older shops, here you can find statues of the Virgin Mary, cords, candles, and figurines of Baby Jesus and other relgious figures. A business that has been passed from father to son barely changing the look of the shop that still lives on, thanks to the Sevillian Holy Week celebrations.
This convent puts a large range of home-made cakes on sale during normal business hours. It is in the old part of the city, very near the Palacio de las Dueñas, Sor Ángela de la Cruz, Plaza de San Pedro and La Alfalfa. The convent contains the remains of its founder, Doña María Coronel, a Sevillian noblewoman courted by King Pedro I the Cruel. Legend tells of how Doña María poured boiling oil over her face and disfigured it to avoid the persistent amorous advances of the king, who even went as far as having her husband executed. One of the most notable features of this convent is its Baroque organ, which was the inspiration for Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer to write the legend of Maese Pérez the Organist.
With over 5000 products in stock, Tam Tam Percusión happens to be one of the largest percussion shops in Spain. Cymbals, a wide variety of drum sticks, instructional DVDs and different accessories, crowd the shelves. Darbukas, didgeridoos, bongos, cajas, castañuelas, marimbas and percussion instruments from almost every part of the world, are available here. This store is a predestined hit with musicians and music lovers.
This quaint little Bike tour shop specializes in bikes and rents out the same for your tour of the city. See Seville as you have never seen it before. Sevilla Bike Tour Shop organizes a host of day tours and private tours that can last for around 3 hours. Children and adults alike will enjoy taking a plunge into this unusual city as they visually sample its delights. Seville's s monuments, legends, magic corners and quaint streets, along with its bars, restaurants and nightclubs make for a perfect vacation spot. Enjoy a pleasant ride, as you feast on the most emblematic sites of Seville. Check website for more details.