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Calle Sierpes, Seville

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.4/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
Packed with traditional stores and fashionable architecture, Seville’s Calle Sierpes is the premier shopping street in one of Spain’s most famous cities. Running between Place de la Campana and the city hall of Seville, the fully pedestrianized boulevard is one of the major thoroughfares in the old center of the city. Stroll among its antique dealers, clothing shops, and souvenir stands, the latter selling traditional Spanish crafts, such as handmade jewelry. Rest and relax at one of the street's many cafes and Spanish restaurants, or grab a drink at one of the multitude of bars. Literature enthusiasts should make sure to visit the former site of the city’s prison, in which famous Spanish author Miguel Cervantes (author of Don Quixote) was imprisoned in 1594. To visit Calle Sierpes and get the most from your holiday in Seville, create itinerary details personal to you using our Seville vacation route planner.
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  • No time, slowly, walk and enjoy the hustle and bustle of Seville in this Andalusian capital's legendary Street... If there is thirst, fine wine or beer. If hunger takes over, fish or ham. Carry bulky portfolio to buy wonders of shawls, fans and modern clothes... that Yes, maintained with apretujes them that there are very long hands that get into the bag and unless one is learned disappears "DIBs" (money).
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  • It is the heart of the center of Seville, bedecked and pedestrian une Plaza Nueva with the campaign. Still are stores traditional, but here also the big chains and the franchises it are devouring.
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  • It is the most important shopping street located in the historic centre. Although many stores that there are big trademarks, is interesting to walk calmly this street or nearby streets, and leverage to tapas, eat an ice-cream or coffee, take advantage of good deals and visit some small localcitos with typical handicrafts and souvenirs.
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