Sevilla is The river Guadalquivir’s Port and the perfect destination for top class cruises considering our privileged location in the city centree and the numerous services available to cruise lines and cruise passengers.
To reach the Seville capital it is necessary to travel along the Guadalquivir’s Eurovia, which is a ship channel situated between Chipiona (Cádiz) and Seville. This canal currently runs for 89 kms and makes up part of the trans-European transport network. The trip up to the docking area in the heart of the city of Seville takes some five hours’ sailing along the creek and unique landscapes such as the banks of the Doñana National Park – one of the most important protected nature areas in Europe.
The passenger terminal, with its reception area comprising 40-foot tall high cube containers, was inaugurated in 2013 and the total surface area is 1,090 square metres.
Seville became one of the most important cities in the world five centuries ago, and the most important port with America. Today Seville stands out for its richness on World Heritage Monuments with the Cathedral, The Alcazar and the Indies Archives.
Brands: Puerto de Sevilla
Port of Seville
Autoridad Portuaria de Sevilla