With multiple markets to choose from, and gorgeous illuminations all around the city, Seville’s Christmas Market scene is definitely one of the best to be found in Southern Spain.
If you’re currently planning your own trip, or simply curious about what Seville’s Christmas Markets are like, then we’re here to help.
Read on for an overview of the Seville Christmas Markets, with official dates, hotel recommendations, and locations.
NOTE: This is a Christmas market we haven’t personally visited yet, so all the information below is taken from official sources for your reference! If you have any personal tips from first-hand experience to add, let us know in the comments so we can improve this guide!
Seville Christmas Market Dates
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Seville Christmas Market Locations
You can typically find Christmas market stalls in Seville at the following markets/locations:
Feria de Artesanía Creativa (Creative Craftsmanship Fair)
Taking place in Seville’s Plaza Nueva, the Creative Craftsmanship Fair brings over 60 participants together to showcase their wares in a beautifully decorated square filled with trees and lights.
La Feria del Belén (Bethlehem Fair)
Another signature Christmas market in Seville is the Bethlehem Fair. which can be found between the Sevilla Cathedral and the Archivo de Indias.
Here, you’ll find vendors selling artisan crafts as well as nativity scene figures, which the market is especially known for.
Nervión Christmas Market
Along Avenida Luis de Morales, you’ll find another one of Seville’s top Christmas markets in front of the Nervión shopping mall.
This Seville Christmas market has been taking place for over a decade, and is considered by many to be one of the best in the city.
Featuring over 50 vendors in beautifully decorated wooden chalets, this is definitely where you would go to get the most classic Christmas market feel (like you would experience in Germany or Austria, for instance).
Parque Prado de San Sebastian (Prado de San Sebastian Park)
Last but not least, while it’s not exactly a Seville Christmas Market, another must-see festive spot in the city is Prado de San Sebastian, where there is usually a huge ice skating rink set among palm trees.
Other Photos of Seville at Christmas
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