Andalusia Shopping

From upscale to bargain bin, from local souvenirs to timeless finds, we’ve culled our favorite shopping locations in Andalusia.

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Seville 17


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Barrio de la Macarena 1

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Artesanía Textil

  • Textiles/Sewing

You can find blankets, shawls, and embroidered tablecloths woven by local artisans at the two shops of Artesanía Textil. ...

Calle Sierpes

  • Shopping Neighborhoods

This is Seville's classy main shopping street. Near the southern end, at No. 85, a plaque marks the spot where the Cárcel Real (Royal...

Centro Comercial Plaza de Armas

  • Shopping Centers/Malls

Near the Puente del Cachorro bridge, the old Estación de Córdoba train station has been converted into this stylish shopping center,...

El Corte Inglés

  • Department Stores

The main branch of this pan-Spanish department store chain has everything from high fashion to local wine. It does not close at lunchtime.

El Jueves

  • Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

This antiques and flea market is held in the Barrio de la Macarena on Thursday morning. ...

El Postigo

  • Crafts

This permanent arts-and-crafts market opposite El Corte Inglés is open every day except Sunday. ...


  • Food/Candy

Taste a selection of olive oils at this shop-restaurant in the heart of Santa Cruz. ...

La Campana

  • Food/Candy

Under the gilt-edged ceiling at Seville's most celebrated pastry outlet (founded in 1885), you can enjoy the flanlike tocino de cielo,...

La Cartuja de Sevilla

  • Ceramics/Glassware

La Cartuja china, originally crafted at La Cartuja Monastery, is sold at department stores like El Corte Inglés and several shops in...

Librería Vértice

  • Books/Stationery

A large assortment of books in English, Spanish, French, and Italian can be found at this American-owned store near the cathedral. ...