Seville is a city that offers a variety of spaces to enjoy shopping, from modern shopping centers to small specialty shops. In this post we focus on the pleasure of going to buy at outdoor markets, where you can find peculiar objects that are difficult to find in conventional stores as stamps, paintings, engravings, furniture products, etc.
Art Market in the Plaza del Museo
In the square where is located the Museum of Fine Arts of Seville is full of amateur and professional drawing and painting to exhibit and sell their works to the museum doors. On Sundays in the morning you can visit the art market where you can find works of all sizes and prices. The themes and techniques are varied, although dominated images related to the city, so a painting or an engraving can be a perfect souvenir of the trip to Sevilla.
Market of stamps and coins for collectors
This market is held every Sunday morning in the the Cabildo square, a quiet little square near the Arc of Postigo and Constitution Avenue. In it you can find all kinds of related philately and numismatic items, as well as other unique relics.
In this small space that increasingly arouses more curiosity, you can find coins from all countries and periods, postcards from the Civil War, stamps of all kinds, etc. It is a little trip to the past that has become a spectacle.
Lovers and collectors of stamps, coins and antique items will certainly enjoy this market where large collections are displayed.
Market Art and Design in Bermejales
Furthest from the center is the market of Art and Design Bermejales, where craftsmen appointment, painters and restorers are given to offer handmade items. From clothes to furniture through pictures, hats and accessories ... in this market you will find many objets with the added value of being unique and handmade.
This market take place the first Sunday of each month from 11 to 15.30 hours in Avenue Germany. While not a traditional market such as the philatelic market or the Museum Square, increasingly receives more visits because of the quality and variety of items featuring artists and artisans from all over the province.
Market of Feria Street
This market take place every Thursday of the year in Feria street and is characterized by eclectic from their articles. It is a market that does not offers quality, but you can find foreign objects declassified: From old magazines to jewelry, to tableware, toys and even flamenco dresses. For those who are able to find little gems between the multitude of articles, this market can be fun and entertaining.
Furthermore, it is very close to the Alameda de Hercules, a place where you can enjoy tapas, wines and beers after the experience.
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