Do some shopping at Seville’s Christmas markets
One of the most significant Christmas markets in Seville is the one for figurines for the Nativity Scene, next to the Archivo de Indias. You can also go to the Christmas Market in Nervión Plaza, the Creative Crafts Fair in Plaza Nueva, the Christmas Market in Alameda de Hércules and the Souk in María Luisa Park.
Christmas sweets are an absolute must on your visit to Seville. The turrones of Los Valencianos 1946, on Calle Adriano 32, are a must; Manu Jara’s Panettone: classic, hazelnut and chocolate, and walnut and sultana, on Calle Pureza 5; the last of our Christmas sweets is, of course, the mantecado. The most abundant sweet at Christmas in Seville. However, to enjoy an authentic and traditional flavour without leaving Seville, La Despensa de Palacio is the perfect place.
And don’t forget the sweets from the cloistered convents of Seville and the province.