Sevilla Shopping

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    Art Ceramica

    by EviP Written Jun 24, 2014
    Ceramic Art, Triana, Sevilla
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    Ceramic work & display shop cannot be missed in Triana.

    What to buy: pottery, cutlery and other utensils, as well as souvenirs, come in different shapes and colours, variety of styles and patterns

    What to pay: prices are very reasonable, especially in shops around Triana

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    Juan Foronda: Lace and other pretty things

    by fairy_dust Updated Jun 21, 2014

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    There are several Juan Foronda boutiques in Seville, mostly in the Barrio Santa Cruz and in the Calle Sierpes area (the shopping district). They sell lace, embroidered shawls, gold and silver jewelry, and more expensive souvenirs. So if you want something classy that you won't find in most gift shops, these boutiques are the place to find it.

    What to buy: 2007 - In one boutique, I bought a black lace shawl, and in another, I bought a pair of earings from Toledo and a cute t-shirt with rhinestones spelling out "Sevilla".

    2014 - In the boutique close to the Cathedral, I bought a gold-plated jewelry set (necklace and earrings) from Toledo.

    What to pay: 2007 - The lace shawl cost around 70 Euros, but I can't remember how much the earings and shirt cost...

    2014 - The necklace and earrings together cost about 25 or 30 Euros.

    In most of these boutiques, the prices are higher than in most gift shops since you're getting quality products, not just cheesy souvenirs.

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    Senovilla: Flamenco shoes

    by fairy_dust Written Jun 16, 2014
    My new shoes

    Senovilla is a high-quality flamenco shoe brand, and they have a store in Seville. Back home in Montreal, someone I know who has a pair once told me "they will change your life!", and it's a favourite brand for a lot of flamenco dancers. I decided to buy a pair in Seville instead of ordering online.

    The store is small and has shoes of many styles, colours, heel heights, materials, etc. Though keep in mind that they might not have the exact style/colour/etc in your size in the actual store, so you might have to settle for something slightly different than what you were originally looking for.

    What to buy: Flamenco shoes, shoe accessories (such as insoles).

    What to pay: Between 150-200 Euros for shoes.

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    Flamenco Y Más: For all things flamenco...

    by fairy_dust Written Jun 15, 2014
    The store, closed because it was a weekend evening

    This charming little shop in the Macarena district is a place where you can buy anything flamenco-related - shoes, skirts, dresses, accessories (hair ornaments, jewelry, etc), shawls, castanets, music books, sheet music, videos, cds, etc. They also have flamenco dresses for rent (mostly for events like the Feria) and offer dance classes. I think the only flamenco-related things they don't sell are guitars (though they have a lot of cds and music books/methods for guitarists).

    Shoe brands available include - Senovilla, Begoña Cervera, Gallardo, and Luna Flamenca.

    What to buy: I had trouble deciding between 2 skirts that I wanted (couldn't afford both!), and ended up buying a long, purple "mermaid" skirt with frills from the knees down.

    I looked at some of the jewelry and shoes, but didn't buy any.

    Even if you're not a dancer or musician, there are lots of cds, souvenirs, etc available if you're more of a "flamenco-appreciation" person than an actual practitioner.

    What to pay: The skirt I bought cost about 120 Euros. The other one I liked was more expensive. Cheap beginner dance shoes will cost less than 100 Euros, but nice professional ones cost 100-200 Euros (Senovillas are the most expensive).

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    Menkes: Put on your dancing shoes...

    by fairy_dust Updated Jun 8, 2014

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    If you're a dancer and in need of dance shoes, dancewear, etc, there is a shop in downtown Seville called Menkes where you can find your supplies. Mostly flamenco, but also ballroom, ballet, etc.

    What to buy: Dance clothes and shoes, especially flamenco - pretty much every style of flamenco shoe is available here, as well as skirts. There are also shoes for ballet, ballroom, etc.

    What to pay: In 2007, I paid around 85 Euros for a pair of semi-professional flamenco shoes. If you're a student at Taller Flamenco, you can get a discount if you show your student card.

    In 2014, I bought a flamenco skirt for 50 Euros and a pair of ouch pouches (gel pads for dance shoes), though I don't remember how much they cost.

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    El Corte Ingles: Big department store

    by fairy_dust Updated Jun 7, 2014

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    Selfie in the fitting room with my new dress

    El Corte Ingles is a huge department store where you can find pretty much anything you want. There are two locations in Seville - downtown, and in the Nervion district. One thing I find special about it (though the locals probably see it as normal!) is that for the few weeks before the April Fair, there are sections of the store specifically for feria stuff - dresses, hair ornaments, shawls, jewelry, etc.

    What to buy: clothes, shoes, accessories, beauty products, souvenirs, electronics, appliances, house stuff, food, etc.

    What to pay: I bought a flamenco dress for 250 Euros, and some accessories for it (combs, flower, earrings, shawl) for about 75 Euros. I also bought some perfume bottles for around 25-30 Euros.

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    St Tereza boutique: How?

    by solopes Updated Feb 17, 2014

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    Seville - Spain

    Three square meters.

    An average of 5 costumers at the same time, meaning, with the emplyees, 2.333 women per square meter.

    Almost half an hour waiting outside for the experts Fernanda and Isabel to dispute each square centimeter with the other three.

    Shall I say more?

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    El Corte Ingles: Everything!

    by littleman Updated Sep 11, 2013

    This appears to be the main shopping department store.This would be the first place to visit if you need something to buy,it has everything!It is so big that there is an extension to this store on the other side of the plaza and in the street opposite.

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    Lidl: Eating on a Budget

    by TooTallFinn24 Written Jun 5, 2012

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    Eating in any city including Seville can be an expensive proposition. Seville is served by many fine markets including Lidl and El Mercado. At the German based Lidl in Seville you can enjoy a lunch or dinner with a baguette, meat and cheese, and a fresh salad all for under 3 euros for two people. The cost of a picnic or meal to take back to your hostel or hotel can be less than one third what you will pay at a restaurant. In the area just outside of the old town there seemed to be more frequent Lidl stores than there were El Mercado's. Both stores are an alternative to let the high cost of eating out get to you in Seville.

    What to buy: Wide selection of items for lunch, dinner or even breakfast.

    What to pay: A baguette of bread for as low as .2 Euros, a small package of meat for 1 euro, and a choice of cheeses for 1 to 1.50 euros. Bon appetite!

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    El Corte Ingles: Great Selection but Lacking Customer Service

    by TooTallFinn24 Written May 25, 2012

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    Great Ham and Meat Selection at El Corte Ingles
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    El Corte Ingles is Spain's largest department store. There is a large El Corte Ingles downtown in Sevilla just off the Plaza Duque. The store has a wide range of clothes, high fashion, housewares and in the basement a large grocery store. Prices are a little on the high side, selection is good and customer service is lacking.

    Given the fact that there only a few small convenience grocery stores in old town Sevilla, the store offers a wide selection of groceries as an alternative to eating out every meal. Of particular significance is there excellent supply of meats, including hams, and fresh fish selection.

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    Bazar Victoria: What about a Paella pan as a souvenir?

    by oriettaIT Written Jan 7, 2011

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    We were riding a taxi back to the Cathedral area when we spotted a three windows shop displaing all kind of our favourite objects: cooking ware!!!
    We could not help outself to ask the driver to stop! we were arrived!
    We got lost wondering around the shelves in this crowded shop, every inch is packed with all kind of cooking tools, really everything you would think. The store have been there for over 100 years, ans it is really amazing.
    We were limited by our cabin baggage so we had to make a choice... oh that was hard!!
    We ended up buying a paella pan, and even that was hard to choose, they had maybe 4 different kind, every kind had several size. We bought a stainless stell one, not the traditional iron, it would have been to hard to take care of. For a 3 person pan we spent 23 euros but ahhhh we would have bought the all store!

    We used it twice already and paella is a bit long but easy to make, so it was really a great souvenir.

    What to buy: Paella pans and all kind of cooking ware

    What to pay: For a 3 person paella pan in stainless stell we payed 23 euros.

    They also sell online.

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    Buy locally made items

    by jlpretty Written Jul 30, 2010

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    The major pedestrianized shopping streets are Calle Sierpes and just a block to the west, Calle Velazquez which turns into Calle Tetuan. Sierpes starts at the Plaza de San Francisco and runs north to Calle Campana. Velazquez/Tetuan starts at the Plaza Nueva and runs north to Calle O'Donnell, just south of the Plaza del Duque de Victoria and El Corte Ingles, the major department store in Spain.

    Since they are basically the equivalent of shopping malls in the U.S., you can find shops with goods of all kinds. Not too many tourist stores but every day need stores such as shops with shoes, the latest fashions, flamenco wear, fans, ceramica, etc. It's a great atmosphere but dead during siesta (1-4pm) as the stores all close. That is when you sit down to eat lunch. Everyone is out in the early evening for a stroll before dinner.

    What to buy: We bought things made in spain, hats, jewelry and the prices are good for what you buy.

    What to pay: Less than you would expect, for what you get.

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    Dont Remember the Name :-(: Great Shopping

    by jamiesno Updated Feb 24, 2010

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    Rioja Wine and Sangria Jub

    While walking through the narrow streets of Sevilla there was plenty of opportunities to buy some great gifts.

    Personally for me in Sevilla I bought a ceramic Sangria jug that I got back to Canada in one peic and still use from time to time in the summer with my new favorite meal of Paella!

    Sangria as you may now is a famous drink in Spain made from Red Wine and a variety of other fruit juices.

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    Available in several: Agua de Sevilla

    by Susanpayer Written Jan 22, 2009

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    Statue of Francisco III in center of Pza Nueva.
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    Several perfume shops throughout the city. Available in some other cities as well.

    What to buy: Agua de Sevilla, a locally designed fragrance, its most predominant note is Orange Blossom, or Azahar, in Spanish.  Difficult to find anyplace but Sevilla, and pretty hard to find there, as well, but there is a perfume shop (no idea what the name of it is) in the Plaza Nueva that carries it.  If you put the Ayuntamiento (Town Hall) on your right, and stand just about halfway between the Ayuntamiento and the statue of the king (Francisco III? If memory serves?) you'll be pretty much looking right at it.  However, if you go to the left, at the end of the block, there is a little boutique which also carries the line, and has tiny bottles (great for gift giving!) that are ordinarily put in gift bags for conferences at the big hotels.

    What to pay: The little bottles were 3€ in 2008.

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    The Ceramic Plate

    by keeweechic Written Oct 22, 2008

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    In many of the shops in Seville you will see beautiful ceramic plates in all sizes and patterns and rimmed in gold. You can’t help but want to take one home with you. Some of the best ceramics can be found in the Triana area at Ceramica Santa Ana. Another small store is Ceramica Santa Isabel.

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