The city to be in when you put your dancing shoes on, Seville in Spain's Andalusia region is famous for flamenco dancing, especially in the neighborhood, Triana. Bathed in history, this capital and largest city of the province of Seville sits on the plain of the river Guadalquivir. It has a population in the metropolitan area of about 1.5 million with about 703,000 inhabitants in the municipal enclave.
You will find 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Old Town: The Alcazar palace complex, the Cathedral and the General Archive of the Indies. Seville is home to the only river port in Spain that actually sits 80km from the Atlantic Ocean. This is where you will definitely sweat during the summer months, as temperatures hang above 35 °C (95 °F). Amidst this ancient charming city coworking venues have begun to appear, not just to cater to its innovative locals who are over working from the local cafe, but also to accommodate the intrepid nomad souls meandering around the globe with their laptops on their backs.
Seville is a history lesson all in one town, as it was founded on the Roman City of Hispalis and was trampled over by most of the ancient warring folk. It is the town from which Ferdinand Magellan departed for his first circumnavigation of the earth in 1519. Its major landmarks worthy of more than a moments glance include such sites as the 18th-century Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza bullring.
Seville is very much in the moment with overflowing bars dishing up tapas, where you can swill sunset drinks in buzzing plazas and dance the night away in Flamenco clubs. For Spain's creative entrepreneurs or those nomads who decide to hang out in the city for way too long, coworking spaces have created the hub that has been needed for networking, rubbing shoulders and getting stuff done.
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