Go shopping in Seville
01/03/2019 0 Comments
Like any big city, Seville has many shopping areas where you can take a walk and enjoy shopping. Depending on the tastes of each and the area where it is located, will better those or other options. Here we tell you the best streets and malls for shopping in Seville. Shopping centers in Sevilla If you like to shop and buy in large firms clothes, go to a mall it is a good way to see a lot of shops in a small space. Furthermore, Sevilla malls often have a variety of restaurants, entertainment and cinemas. Nervion Plaza shopping center In the Nervion neighborhood, next to the football stadium of Sevilla FC, you can find the Nervion Plaza shopping center with 25,000 square meters of retail space that make up the most complete range of services, fashion, dining and entertainment in the city. Within this three-storey complex is a selection of fashion brands, a variety of dining options, as well as many cinemas with the newest movies. Plaza de Armas shopping center The Plaza de Armas shopping center is not the biggest in the city, but is located in a unique place, the old Cordoba Station, which was begun in 1899. The building has Neomudejar style and is inspired by the Mosque of Tanger and the Patio de los Leones in the Alhambra in Granada. Built in iron and glass, it is one of the most beautiful buildings converted into commercial city center. The Plaza de Armas shopping center is home to many stores and several cinemas and is located near the river, just in front of the bus station of the same name. Shopping Seville Shopping areas in Seville If you're traveling in Seville, perhaps you prefere go shopping outdoors and stroll through its streets, where you can find all the big brands like in a mall, but enjoy both the atmosphere and the good weather. The streets Sierpes and Tetuan are two of the main shopping areas in the old town. They can be found all multinational retailers such as Zara, Mango, Stradivarius, Women's Secret, etc ... in addition to being very close to El Corte Ingles, one of the major trading centers of national origin. Both streets are parallel and go from City Hall to the Campana, making it easy to catch on the way if you visit the Plaza de San Francisco, New Square and even mushrooms (Complex Metrosol Parasol), as they are very close. Changing neighborhood, in Triana, across the river Guadalquivir, you can find shops dedicated to ceramics, very typical shops in Triana. For these purchases, the main streets are Alfarería street, , Antillanos Campos street and San Jorge street. And if you are looking for buying special items, visit any of the markets in the city where you'll find unusual items and are always an interesting experience.