Cadiz (Spain)

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Cadiz cruise port

Mediterranean - Black Sea


36.54239 N, -6.28585 W

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Seville (Sevilla) is the capital and biggest city of the autonomous Andalusia community (Seville province, Spain). The city is located on River Guadalquivir. Sevilla has population of around 700,000 (municipal, and around 1.5 million (metropolitan), making it Spain's 4th-largest city. The Old Town's area is sized 4 km2 (2 ml2) and has 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites: General Archive of the Indies, Alcázar palace complex and Seville Cathedral. Seville harbour is located some 50 ml (80 km) away from the Atlantic. Seville is Spain's only river port.

The city was established as the Roman city of Hispalis. Later it became known as Ishbiliya after the Muslim conquest (712). During the Muslim rule in Spain, Seville came under the jurisdiction of Caliphate of Cordoba before becoming independent Taifa of Seville. Ruled before by Muslim Almoravids and Almohads, it was incorporated into the Christian Kingdom of Castile under king Ferdinand III (1248). Seville became one of the Spanish Empire's economic centres after the discovery of the Americas, as the port was used for the Transatlantic trade. Ferdinand Magellan departed from Sevilla for the first circumnavigation of the Earth in 1519. After the 17th century, the city started a gradual economic decline as the Guadalquivir River traffic was relocated to the nearby port of Cadiz (today a cruise ship port to Seville). 

Cadiz is the capital of Cadiz province, one of 8 which make up the autonomous Andalusia community. Cadiz is also the oldest continuously inhabited Spanish city and one of the oldest in western Europe. It has been a principal home port of Spanish Navy since the accession of Spanish Bourbons during the 18th century. 

Highlights: Seville, Jerez de la Frontera, La Giralda

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Port Cadiz cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Cadiz, Spain. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

  1. September, 2016
Day Ships in port
6 September, 2016
ms Oosterdam(arriving at 08:00 - departing at 23:00)
17 September, 2016
Costa Magica(arriving at 12:00 - departing at 18:00)
18 September, 2016
Costa Favolosa(arriving at 09:00 - departing at 18:00)
21 September, 2016
Aurora(arriving at 21 Sep - departing at 21 Sep)
Mein Schiff 5(arriving at 09:00 - departing at 20:00)
22 September, 2016
Mein Schiff 1(arriving at 10:00 - departing at 20:00)
23 September, 2016
Sirena(arriving at 07:00 - departing at 17:00)
ms La Belle de Cadix(arriving at 21:00 - departing at 23:00)
24 September, 2016
MSC Opera(arriving at 10:00 - departing at 19:00)
25 September, 2016
Marina(arriving at 09:00 - departing at 19:00)
27 September, 2016
Queen Elizabeth(arriving at 27 Sep - departing at 27 Sep)
Navigator Of The Seas(arriving at 07:00 - departing at 18:00)
Costa Favolosa(arriving at 09:00 - departing at 18:00)
28 September, 2016
Independence Of The Seas(arriving at 07:00 - departing at 18:00)
Costa Magica(arriving at 12:00 - departing at 18:00)
29 September, 2016
Celebrity Equinox(arriving at 08:00 - departing at 17:00)
30 September, 2016
ms La Belle de Cadix(arriving at 21:00 - departing at 23:00)