The most authentic shopping experience you could possibly have in all of Seville. Now centers of craft and commerce, these markets and their structures are some of the oldest and most important in the city and offer a unique window looking back at old life in Seville.
In the heart of Triana, right on the banks of the Guadalquivir river, and atop the remains of the court of the Inquisition and San Jorg’s castle sits the bright and lively Triana Market. The market boasts a variety of butchers, bakers, and fishmongers for the freshest food and ingredients you could ask for, as well as specialty bars, cafes, and restaurants where you can socialize with the locals over a drink or two. As if that wasn’t enough, the market also houses the truly smallest theater in the world, Flamenco dance hall and a cooking school where you can learn to make you own true Sevillan paella.
The beautiful structure of the Lonja del Barranco Market can’t be missed while walking along the Guadalquivir. Although directly across the river from the Triana Market, the two markets are quite different in style and cuisine. With more of a focus on the restaurant experience, this market is the perfect place to relax and take a break from shopping or sightseeing.
The oldest market in the city combines an indoor and outdoor shopping experience, making the most of Seville’s agreeable weather. A rich assortment of vendors includes fantastic florists as well a huge fish market bar where you can enjoy the freshest fish in the city.
This glass ceiling market near the Bullring is full of gourmet stores and specialties. Built atop the structure of what used to be a prison, the market offers unique plates, including vegan options, as well as wine tasting events.
The newest addition to the markets of Seville and most modern of its kind, the Encarnacion Market is located inside the illustrious Seville Mushrooms and offers a convenient shopping experience as it is apart of one of the biggest and most popular squares and sites in city.