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    Shopping

    by keeweechic Written Oct 22, 2008

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    Most shops are open from around 9.30 in the morning to around 2.00 in the afternoon, then its Siesta time. They open again around 4.30/5.00pm and stay open until around 8.00pm. The larger stores such as El Corte Ingles or some supermarkets will stay open throughout the day.

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    Plaza de Armas Shopping Mall

    by keeweechic Written Oct 1, 2008

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    In 1990 the old Cordoba train station was turned into the Plaza de Armas shopping mall as well as an entertainment centre with cinemas. Open from 10.00am to 9.00pm there is a range of shops from sporting goods, clothing and jewellery to café’s and restaurants. On the lower floor is a supermarket.

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    AROMA SHOPS(PARFUMERIA): AGUA DE SEVILLE

    by Chefserdar Updated Aug 31, 2008

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    AGUA DE SEVILLE: is a parfume which is produced for sevilla . I bought it for 32 euros last week from a local parfumeria .

    DO NOT BUY FROM EL CORTE DE INGLES: everything is much more expensive in el Corte de Ingles...it was 44 euros over there!!!!...try to buy all the products from local stores:)

    What to pay: instead of paying 44 euros you pay 32 euros by buying from a local parfumeria...

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    Trajes Flamenca Raquel: Shopping for a flamenco outfit

    by fairy_dust Updated Jan 27, 2008

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    Me in my full traje gitana

    Since I was in town during the April Fair, I wanted to go all-out and wear a flamenco outfit for the week like most of the local women. I shopped around different stores but since I don't have the same body shape as most Spanish women, many dresses either didn't fit well or were too expensive. But then at Trajes Flamenca Raquel, I tried on a dress on a whim, not really expecting anything to come of it, and it fit so well that all the staff started gushing over it! This was the first dress that wasn't too short, tight, or way out of my budget. So I bought it, along with a fringed shawl, earings, peineta (big comb) and flower for my hair.

    What to buy: Flamenco dresses, shawls, hair ornaments, jewelry, etc.

    What to pay: The dress I bought was around 480 Euros. The shawl was 40, and the other things ranged in price from 15-30 Euros each.

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    Micaela Villa: Flamenco dresses

    by fairy_dust Written Sep 25, 2007

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    Wearing my second flamenco outfit at the feria

    There are many boutiques in Seville where you can buy a flamenco dress, especially in the Barrio Santa Cruz. Micaela Villa is one of them, and I noticed it's cheaper than many other flamenco dress shops. I had already bought a dress for 480 Euros, but here, I bought a second outfit for much cheaper - skirt for 80 Euros and blouse for 40 Euros. And when I bought my outfit, they also gave me a free flower (hair ornament)!

    What to buy: Flamenco dresses/outfits, accessories (shawls, combs, flowers, jewelry), etc.

    What to pay: Most of the dresses were around 200-300 Euros. Skirts were around 80 Euros. Blouses around 40 Euros.

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    Vodafone, Movistar, Orange: Buying a cell phone

    by fairy_dust Written Aug 31, 2007

    If you're a student, working in Seville, and/or staying for longer than 2 weeks, it's worth it to get a cell phone (in Spain, they call it a "movil" - mobile phone). I stayed for 2.5 months and got a cell phone in my second week, and it's the best thing I did for my social life. It was much easier to meet up with friends, make plans, etc (no need to wait for emails or hike out to a phone booth). There are 3 major phone companies - Vodafone, Movistar, and Orange - and they have stores all over town. You can also buy a mobile at Fnac - electronics store (it has pretty much the same options as the phone stores).

    What to buy: I got my movil from Vodafone and it was a "package deal" - phone and simcard together.

    What to pay: I paid around 70 Euros in total for mine, but some options are as cheap as 30 Euros.

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    Fnac: Spain's version of Futureshop

    by fairy_dust Written Aug 24, 2007

    Fnac is a big store that sells mostly electronics, but also music, dvds, and books. It's 3 or 4 floors high, very modern, and usually quite busy.

    What to buy: I bought some cds there, also a new digital camera after mine got stolen. Aside from that, there are also cell phones, computers, camcorders, etc.

    What to pay: I paid 99 Euros for the camera and between 16-20 Euros each for the cds.

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    Calle Sierpes

    by fairy_dust Written Aug 24, 2007

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    Along Calle Sierpes and the other streets nearby, there are a lot of clothing stores. I did some shopping and browsing at Zara, Mango, H&M, etc, and lots of shoe stores too. Most of the shops have clothes for young adults (especially girls/women).

    What to buy: Clothes for girls/women, shoes, accessories, etc.

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    Shoe stores

    by fairy_dust Written Aug 15, 2007

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    My cute shoes after wearing for 2 months every day

    There are shoe stores on pretty much every street in Seville. So if you want to buy new shoes, shop around and compare prices. But be aware that not all stores have every size and the cheap shoes will likely fall apart after a few weeks.

    What to buy: I bought a cheap pair of leather flats in one of the Asian-run clothing stores, a pair of cute wedge shoes at Pasarella, and dressy beaded heels at a clothing store on Calle Sierpes (can't remember which one).

    What to pay: From 5 Euros to over 100.

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    The Asian stores

    by fairy_dust Written Jul 7, 2007

    There are lots of little stores all over Seville where you can buy cheap clothes and goods. Most are run by Asian immigrants, so many of us referred to them as "the Asian stores". Though the stuff they sell isn't usually top quality, it's still nice to shop there if you're on a budget.

    What to buy: I bought a dress for less than 20 Euros, a skirt for about 5, a fringed shawl for 5, a flower for my hair for 1, shoes for about 5, etc.

    What to pay: Way cheaper than in other stores around town. Mostly in the 1-20 Euros range depending on the item.

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    http://www.nervionplaza.com/: Shopping Center

    by MaheshSamtani Updated Jun 20, 2007

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    Nervion Plaza - Sevilla

    If you happen to be in Sevilla, shopping probably would be the last thing on your mind as there are so many things to enjoy in this fantastic city. However my case was a little different. On one of my trips I had some extra time before my flight, it was extremely hot and the best place to get to was a shopping center. Nervion Plaza was the one I was recommended as it is just meters away from the Santa justa railway station. It is a nice modern shopping center with a huge variety of shops, a food court, amusement area for children and a lot of movie theaters to hide from the heat.

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    Cearco: Triana Ceramics

    by hartti Written Apr 20, 2007
    Ornamental Ceramics from Triana

    In firma Cearco you may find handcrafts made in Triana. My cramics plate is very ornamental decorated with 24 carat gold. The use of this typical suvenier is only on the wall. But there you may find common household products, too.

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    Nervión Plaza: Shops, restaurants and cinemas

    by spanishguy Updated Jun 8, 2006

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    Main entrance - Entrada principal

    There are lots of shops in town but if you want to buy, eat and go to the cinema in once you can go to one of the deparment stores, as Nervión Plaza is. There are lots of international shops, some typical Sevillian restaurants and some international ones (Mexican, American and Belgian) and 12 theaters.
    It's located in the business and residential area of Nervión where there are lots of modern hotels. It's fifteen minutes from the centre by car/taxi, 20 minutes by bus and 30 minutes walking.

    Hay muchas tiendas en la ciudad, pero si quieres comprar, comer e ir al cine en un sólo sitio puedes ir a uno de los centros comerciales, como es Nervión Plaza. Hay muchas tiendas internacionales, algunos restaurantes típicos sevillanos y otros tantos internaiconales (mexicano, estadounidense y belga) y 12 salas de cine.
    Se encuentra en el barrio residencial y de negocios Nervión, donde hay muchos hoteles modernos. Está a 15 minutos del centro en coche o taxi, a 20 en autobús y a 30 andando.

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    SEVILLA TOURIST SHOPS: SEVILLA SHOPPING

    by LoriPori Written Feb 25, 2006

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    Cute outdoor shop display

    You can find everything touristy about Sevilla in the many Tourist Shops around. There were many around the Golden Tower and this one was in a Plaza near the Santa Cruz District. I couldn't resist the very appealing display they had outside the shop.

    What to buy: Seville T-shirts, ceramics, souvenirs, Spanish fans

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    Barrio Triana: Barrio Triana for ceramics

    by timtregenza Written Nov 1, 2005

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    Ceramics shop in the Barrio

    Cross the river into Barrio Traina and go down c/San Jorge and the surrounding streets. Here you will find several shops selling fine ceramics. The shops are worth a visit just to see.

    Perhaps not the most convenient purchase is you are flying from seville!

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