The most traditional shops in Seville are to be found along the streets connecting La Campana with the Plaza del Duque. In Sierpes and Tetuan every kind of souvenir imaginable is available. The Santa Cruz district is home to shops offering typical products, crafts and local specialities. Ceramics, pottery, shawls, embroidery, lace, fans and flamenco dresses are just some of the unmissable handicrafts of the city. In recent years, Sevilla also has become an important fashion centre, with local fashion designers such as Victorio and Lucchino and Toni Benitez. The traditional markets still exist, too, where you can find all kinds of things. The best known are in calle Feria (barrio de la Macarena) on Thursdays, Charco de la Pava (on the island of La Cartuja) on Saturdays and the Sunday market in Alcosa Park.
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