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Calle Sierpes

Seville, Spain
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Shop til you drop

This street has a plethora of mostly very up market shops in classic old buildings. It is cool and... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

A variety of older and newer boutiques can be found in this shopping area. Beware, some close at... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Montreal, Canada
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Seville, Spain
Casco Antiguo
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This street has a plethora of mostly very up market shops in classic old buildings. It is cool and shady and you can see how Sevillanos live and shop. What could be more fun!

Thank kathyk0l
Reviewed 1 week ago

A variety of older and newer boutiques can be found in this shopping area. Beware, some close at 2pm. We found that out when we went back to buy something at a shop we had been in earlier. Of course my wife fell in love...More

Thank TaxGold
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a lovely street, mostly pedestrian, with small shops and restaurants. Both this street and the adjoining streets (cross-streets and parallel streets) make for a pleasant walk.

Thank FactotumDellaCitta
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Tha Calle Sierpes is a nice shopping street but contains nothing that really stands out ... just another shopping street in a medium-sized town.

Thank Travel_Jan95
Reviewed 13 April 2017

many streets close to this one is charming and worth to visit.Busy streets for locals as well tourists

Thank Daniel K
Reviewed 29 March 2017

Calle Sierpes is one of the best shopping streets in Seville and there are a wide variety of stores here that sell souvenirs, clothing, jewelry, ceramics, shawls, and many other interesting things.

1  Thank BennyMalaga
Reviewed 21 March 2017

From Plaza Nueva, going west or north-west you have this long road packed with shops mainly and all adjacent roads deemed to deprive you of your money. There are also several banks involved in this 'con' with a terrible exchange rate as we found in...More

Thank TERRAvelista
Reviewed 21 March 2017

This area has everything you need, from big commercial brands to local Andalusian shops. Nearby are plenty of bars and restaurants for when you need refreshing, and you're not too far from the gorgeous parks for when you need a break from the crowds!

1  Thank Ellen M
Reviewed 6 March 2017

There are almost no shops of interest on this pedestrain street. In fact there is very little apart from some nice old shop fronts. It attracts some very aggressive beggars. Its gory days are long gone.

Thank Bullah2014
Reviewed 4 March 2017

A pleasant pedestrian stroll through shops of fancy clothes, a typically narrow street, a few notable buildings too. We often choose it for walking back from the cathedral area to where we live.

Thank John G
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Many years ago a fine craftsman at a shop on Calle Sierpes called Pernia made boots for us, and I would very much like to replace them. Sadly, this was in the 60s and I cannot find such a shop listed anywhere. I wonder if perhaps his son or someone he trained is in business. We still have the receipt. They were very simple boots, probably considered work boots.
14 October 2016|
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Response from Raindancer2544 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure if this will help but I was there a few weeks ago and didn't see a boot maker there but around the corner on Calle Cuesta del Rosario there is a store that makes profesional Flamenco shoes that may do other things... More
Jamie S
1. Is it possible for visitors to use the golf course and golf school if they are not staying at the hotel? 2. Do visitors need an official golf handicap to use the golf course? 3. What is the procedure for booking golf lessons at the golf school with a professional? 4. Do we need to check if the golf professional speaks English, or do all the professionals speak English? 5. Is it possible to hire clubs at the golf school?
23 January 2015|
Response from RubenyPili |
Lo siento no se nada de golf en Sevilla
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Francesca R
Salve. Qualcuno sa indicarmi il nome di qualche negozio che venda ventagli dipinti? Grazie!
29 June 2016|
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Response from lorettapalotta | Reviewed this property |
Mi dispiace ma a distanza di oltre un mese dal mio viaggio non ricordo negozi dove trovare ventagli di qualità, uno molto bello l'ho comprato a Granada. Puoi provare a chiedere ad uffici turistici, staff dell'albergo, o ai... More
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