You can see the lights and Christmas trees everywhere. Also, next to the cathedral you can find a small Christmas market, the Belén. What I found really rare, is that they all sell the same things, but this is apparently a tradition that happens all over Spain. The name Belén is Spanish for Bethlehem, and that’s what they sell in their stands the entire town of Bethlehem.
Next to this, you really cannot miss the Feria de Artesanía Creativa. This Christmas market is located right outside the Plaza Nueva. There is really no reason not to check out this fabulous market, which has nearly 80 stands. They sell traditional Andalusian handcrafted good like: Ceramics, jewelry, wooden toys and much more. This market will take place from the 14th of December until January 5, so save the date and get ready to buy the perfect!
Also in Alameda is a small Christmas market happening together with an ice-skating trail. The square is beautifully decorated.
Anyway, enough to do and see in the city! Enjoy!