Cruise Port Guides: Seville Spain
Cruise Port Guides: Seville Spain – Seville is located in southern Spain and can be on a Mediterranean cruise as the cruise port of Cadiz. Here is what to see and do in this cruise port.
The cruise port of Cadiz is 90 minutes from the city of Seville. It is a long drive, but worth it when you get to the city.
The best way to see Seville is by going on an organised tour, to make the most of your day.
WHAT TO DO IN THE CRUISE PORT OF SEVILLE SPAIN?
You cannot see all of Seville in a day, but you can see the highlights of :
- Cathedral of Seville
- Royal Alcazar
- Santa Cruz
- El Barrio
- La Plaza de España
The Royal Alcazar was originally a fortress when it was built in 913. It is the residence of His Royal Majesty Felipe when he visits Seville.
The Cathedral of Seville is beautiful inside with many pieces are art.
Walking the streets of Santa Cruz and El Barrio was an interesting way to see the city.
La Plaza de España is a spectacular piece of architecture and is so colourful. It was built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. This was my favourite part of my day visiting Seville.
- Weather: 26*C – 35*C in the summer months.
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Spanish
- What to wear: Flat sturdy shoes as there are uneven surfaces on the foot.
- What to bring: A bottle of water, camera/phone, fan and hat.
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