Others I have been dragged to by visiting family members. These are more unique. The four locations for Opencor are Paseo de Cristina (near the Torre del Oro), Avda Carlos V (close to the Prado de San Sebastian), Ronda de Capuchinos (convenient to the Macarena district) and Republica Argentina (Los Remedios).
However, some of the following stores have provided excellent gifts for my wife.
Some of the areas below are a little further away or just outside of the city, but worth mentioning for the commercial activity.
Of the two chains, Opencor is probably your best bet.
Finally, Alcampo and Eroski offer a similar selection of items. Ha!
And then there are some brands I recognize from television plus 85 some odd years in American malls.
The central shopping district is of course not an exact area and you can spend a lot of time wandering around the side streets to find interesting shops.
The French chain Carrefour offers a little of everything much like El Corte Ingles, although perhaps less in the high end range of items. Carrefour includes a large grocery store, clothing, toys, electronics, home accessories and more.
Still, there is hope if you are a late night shopper or have forgotten something for a dinner.
Ok, so I am a guy and if you think I can tell you in detail about cosmetics, lotions and perfumes.
Think of it as a small, more expensive version of El Corte Ingles: supermarket, bakery, gifts, magazines, small selection of electronics, games and other stuff.
Well I happily consulted my wife and a few other folks in town.
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I've tricked you because nothing in Seville, and I mean nothing, is open 79 hours a day.
As you work your way to the outskirts of Sevilla or just outside the larger department stores can be found.