Vintage Seville

Discover second-hand shops, collectibles, flea markets…..Enjoy the most vintage and retro side of Sevilla.

macarena host vintage


Hello guys! My name is Macarena, a sevillian and I love to explore the second-hand shops in my city, as well as collectibles markets… that’s how I can discover new spots. And what better than to show it to visitors who come and can enjoy it while touring Sevilla.

I’ve prepared a 3-day plan so you can visit the areas with vintage shops while getting to know the city of Sevilla, its corners, its restaurants and bars, cafes… that way, you’ll enjoy everything even more… I hope you enjoy ! 🙂


The first day starts in the most alternative area of Sevilla, the Metropol Parasol (Las Setas). A great place to begin the route is on Regina Street, a street reinvented in recent years, where you can find craft shops, clothing stores, cafes, restaurants… We recommend having a hearty breakfast to get your energy up at La Cacharrería, you’ll love its atmosphere, decoration, breakfasts, brunch, juices, and cakes…

We continue down the street and reach Feria Street, one of the liveliest streets in the city, where traditional neighborhood stores mix with modern shops. Moreover, if you come on a Thursday, you’ll experience the street in all its glory with the historic antique market “El Jueves.” Here’s a list of shops to visit: for clothing, there’s Wonder Vintage, Nonna´s Vintage,, Ropero, Antro Vintage, Pipa Vintage, Flamingos vintage Kilo; for books, there’s Baena Bookstore… You can take your time and have a wonderful day in the area.

A must-visit is the Mercado de Feria, where you’ll find a traditional market for fruits, vegetables, meat, and fish. You can also grab a bite at Jaleo Guadalquibeer. Just behind here, you can visit the Marqueses de la Algaba Palace or the Monumental Ensemble of Saint Louis of the French. For lunch in the area, I recommend “El Ambigú.”

If you’re looking for a more immersive experience, one option I recommend for dining today or any other day is to try SAZÓN The Folk Cook, SAZON is the world’s first platform to provide Spanish food homely prepared by locals at their own houses, where you would taste it in complete privacy.

And for retro video game enthusiasts, you have to stop by Arcade Bar, where you can play arcade machines, board games, have snacks, and enjoy various types of beer. For dinner, I suggest heading to the Alameda. You can go to Bar Antojo. And for a drink, you can enjoy one of the terraces in the square, like Casa Azul.


Today, we start the day at the Cathedral. Right across from it, you have one of Sevilla’s hidden charming spots, Plaza del Cabildo. In this beautiful semicircular square, you’ll find several interesting and curious shops like Lola Ortega Antique Shop or Poster Felix. Additionally, if you come on a Sunday, you can find a coin and stamp collecting market

From here, we’ll head down Postigo del Aceite, towards the Arenal neighborhood. Here, I recommend checking out the El Postigo Crafts Market. Next, we’ll walk to Plaza del Salvador, where you can find the second-hand clothing stores Moda-re and Península Vintage. You can also visit the charming second-hand bookstore Boteros. For lunch in this area, I recommend the restaurant Sal Gorda

Then, we’ll walk down Sierpes Street to reach Amor de Dios Street, where you have the Re-Read bookstore, and the classic record stores Latimore and Record Sevilla. We’ll conclude our shopping route on San Eloy Street to visit the clothing store Mosaico, you’re sure to find a surprise or a bargain. You can end the day by having a drink or dinner on the terrace of Justa y Rufina.


Today, we’ll stay on the other side of the river, in Los Remedios and Triana. I recommend having breakfast at Café del Valle.

You can visit the antique shop El Desván de Bartleby and stroll down the traditional Pagés del Corro street, and explore Overtime, which specializes in antiques and collectibles. If you come on the weekend, don’t miss the Art Market on Paseo de la O. I would stop for a drink or have lunch at Taberna la Plazuela or at the Triana Market.

In the afternoon, you can visit the Triana Ceramic Center. We’ll take Castilla Street, where you’ll find another spot for collectors, Coleccionismo Don Cecilio. You can end the afternoon by grabbing a drink on Betis Street, for example at La Prensa de Triana, and have dinner on San Jacinto Street at La Valiente.

Note: Liiffe recommend you book restaurants and events in advance to ensure availability, as well as check schedules, as they vary depending on the season.


metropol parasol (las setas)

Spectacular viewpoint of the city. The general fee includes access to the 360º viewpoint, Feeling Sevilla, nighttime access to enjoy Aurora, free Wi-Fi, and an app. With it, you’ll have two accesses over 48 hours. The visit lasts approximately 30 to 40 minutes, but once here, there’s no time limit. At night, there’s the Aurora light and sound show. Opening hours are from Monday to Sunday, from 09:30 am to 00:30 am, with the last entry at 11:30 pm.

regina street

A street reinvented in recent years, where you can find craft shops, clothing stores, cafes, restaurants…

la Cacharrería

Breakfasts, brunches, appetizers, coffees, juices, and cocktails in a cozy, rustic-chic style bar and restaurant.

'el jueves' historical market

Antiques and Collectibles Market. Every Thursday (except Holy Thursday) from 9am to 2pm

wonder vintage

Second-hand Vintage Clothing Store. Open from Monday to Saturday: 11:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Closed on Sundays.

flamingo´s vintage kilo

Vintage Clothing Store. Open from Monday to Saturday: 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM. Closed on Sundays

baena bookstore

Second-hand Bookstore. Open from Monday to Friday: 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM, 5:45 PM – 8:30 PM. Saturdays: 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM. Closed on Sundays

feria market

Covered market with stalls selling agricultural products, meats, seafood, and international dishes

Jaleo Guadalquibeer

Tapas bar with craft beers

Marqueses de la Algaba Palace

Restored palace in the city center showcasing Mudejar art and hosting cultural events in the courtyard. Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10:00 AM–1:45 PM, 6:00 PM–8:45 PM Sat 10:00 AM–12:45 PM Closed on Sundays

monumental ensemble of saint louis of the french

This place is a jewel of Sevillian Baroque, both the church and the chapel are breathtaking. I highly recommend you to go inside, the entrance fee is only €4 and it’s totally worth it.

Opening hours: From tuesday to sunday 10:00–14:00 / 16:00–20:00 Sunday closed

el ambigú bar

Traditional tapas bar with a local atmosphere. Cured meats, cheeses, tapas, and creative dishes in a lively neighborhood tavern with painted tiles and a terrace

SAZÓN The Folk Cook

Enjoy a genuine experience not available anywhere else: eating at our hosts’ homes. Popular Spanish dishes prepared by locals. Traditional food that they will serve you right in their house dining rooms. This way, apart from delighting you with an exquisite full menu (including drinks), they will make you discover how they live and eat at home.

arcade bar

Cafeteria with board games and vintage arcade machines to play Tetris, Super Pang, etc. It has a terrace and cocktail service

antojo bar

Bookshelves, mismatched chairs, and wooden crates set the scene in this unique casual tapas bar. Open every day

la casa azul bar

Bar café with drinks, cocktails… Opens every day.

cabildo square

Brick remnants of the 13th-century royal shipyard with impressive vaults and Gothic arches.  It is currently closed for renovations, and is expected to reopen in early 2024.

lola ortega antique shop

Antiques shop in Plaza del Cabildo. Open from Monday to Friday: 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM, Saturdays: 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM. Closed on Sundays

poster félix

Specialized buy-and-sell store for vintage patriotic posters with bullfighting, festive, or advertising themes. Open from Monday to Saturday, closed on Sundays

stamp collecting market

Only on sundays

el postigo craft market

Local craft market featuring jewelry, ceramics, and accessories, located in the spacious courtyard of a building. Open from Monday to Friday, 10 am to 7 pm, and Saturday to Sunday, 10 am to 8 pm.

moda re

Second-hand clothing store. Caritas project. Open from Monday to Saturday, 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM and 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Closed on Sundays

Península Vintage

Vintage clothing store. Open from Monday to Saturday, 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Closed on Sundays.

boteros bookstore

Antique bookshop.

Monday: 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM Tuesday: 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM Wednesday: 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM Thursday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM Friday: 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM Saturday: 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM Sunday: Closed”

sal gorda restaurant

Relaxed-style bar with a terrace, serving both classic and innovative tapas, as well as craft wines and beers

re read bookstore

Second-hand bookstore. Open from Monday to Saturday, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Closed on Sundays


Record store. Open from Monday to Saturday, 10:30 AM to 2:00 PM and 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM. Closed on Sundays


Second-hand clothing store. Open from Monday to Saturday, 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Closed on Sundays.

justa y rufina

Terrace restaurant at Radisson Collection Hotel. Open every day from 1:00 PM to 1:00 AM

café del valle

Cafeteria with great breakfast options.

Open from Monday to Friday 8:45 AM to 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 8:30 PM, and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 8:30 PM

El Desván de Bartleby

Antique Store. Open from Monday to Friday 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Closed on Saturdays and Sundays


Antiques Shop. Open from Monday to Friday 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM and 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM. Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Closed on Sundays

paseo de la o art market

Craft Market. Only open on Sundays from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

la plazuela tavern

Local tapas bar. Closed on Tuesdays

triana market

Take the opportunity to stop at any of the stands to try the paella, fried fish, or iberian ham: for paellas at stands 25-26 visit Arrocería Criaito, visit the José Luis Romero ham shop at stands 57-59, or after eating, you can have some gin and tonics at Donde Juan Carlos (stand 37) which has a great variety.

triana ceramic center

Museum dedicated to this local tradition in a former factory, featuring exhibitions of hand-painted tiles, ceramic objects, and kilns. Open from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Closed on Mondays

collecting Don Cecilio

Collectibles shop. Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM Saturday 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM Closed on Sundays

la prensa de triana

Walls papered with newspapers decorate a place offering small sandwiches, cakes, and drinks with exhibitions and a terrace. Open every day from 10:00 AM to 2:00 AM

la valiente restaurant

Restaurant with a good atmosphere, great tapas, and excellent service. Open every day from 12:00 PM to 12:00 AM


The historic center of Sevilla is very walkable and it’s the best way to explore its narrow and picturesque streets. Many of the tourist spots are close to each other. The entire area around the cathedral is pedestrian-only, and you can only use the tram.

Sevilla is a very bike-friendly city with an extensive network of bike lanes. You can rent a bike from various local shops or use the public bike rental system called Sevici

The most used motosharing apps in Seville are Yego and Acciona

If you prefer to get around on an electric scooter, you have the Lime app.

Sevilla has a system of urban buses that reach almost every corner of the city. It’s an economical and useful option for reaching places that are farther from the center. Ticket price is 1´40 euros.

Taxis are available throughout the city and are a comfortable way to get around, especially if you have luggage or are tired. There are also Vehicle for Hire (VTC) services like Uber and Cabify.

If you want to explore areas beyond central Sevilla, consider renting a car. Keep in mind that the historic center can be tricky for driving and parking.

Always remember to check schedules and routes, especially if there are events or festivities that may affect the transportation service. Enjoy your stay in Sevilla!

You can take a boat ride on the Guadalquivir River, which will give you a unique perspective of the city from the water. You can find more information about prices and ship boarding areas in

If you want to visit areas further from the city, the Cercanías train is a good option. For example, you can use it to reach nearby towns like Dos Hermanas or Utrera.

The tram in Sevilla connects some areas of the city center and the metro is a fast and efficient way to get around certain parts of the city, including the metropolitan area. There is only one metro line. Single ticket price is 1,40€ , you can validate and pay for your trip directly with your bank card, either credit or debit, and in physical format or from your mobile phone, without the need to buy or recharge a transport ticket at the vending machines.

Transport Cards: If you plan to use public transport regularly, consider getting a rechargeable public transport card. They offer discounts on individual tickets:

  • Tarjeta Multiviaje (Multi-trip Card): It is valid for an unlimited number of trips and can be recharged at various points in the city and means of transport. The price without transfers is €0.69 and with transfers is €0.76. Before purchasing the card, a deposit of €1.50 must be paid, which is refunded upon return.
  • Tourist Card 1 or 3 days: The tourist card allows unlimited travel for the selected number of days and can be purchased at the Prado San Sebastián, Plaza Ponce de León, and Avda. Andalucía, 11 service points. The price of the 1-day card is €5, and the 3-day card is priced at €10. It is possible to recharge it directly on the TUSSAM website. When purchasing this card, a deposit of €1.50 must also be paid.

Always remember to check schedules and routes, especially if there are events or festivities that may affect the transportation service. Enjoy your stay in Sevilla!




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