An Example of Circular Economy at the Port of Seville

Seville has become a regular stop for cruise ships, mainly for its luxury segment. The port of Seville is an inland seaport, which means that the cruise passengers enjoy sailing along the river Guadalquivir and the ships dock in the heart of the city, close to monuments such as the Gold Tower, and the world heritage sites of the Cathedral, the Real Alcazar, and the Place of Spain.

The cruise terminal of Seville is a leisure area with restaurants, gardens and the Aquarium of Seville. The terminal building an example of sustainability and circular economy, as it was built with containers that had reached the end of their life cycle. A total of 46 containers from the port of Algeciras were reused.