Is the capitol and the largest city in Andalucia, If there were ever a place to get completely lost in, this is Seville.
Seville's beguiling maze of streets epitomizes southern Spanish charm right down to the tiled-adorned buildings, tapas bars and flamenco.
Seville has a variety of monuments and locations used in large international productions, the Cathedral & its tower, the old quarter, the Alcazar and the plaza de España are some of the most important monuments.
The airport & the train station makes connections in & out easy with the major European and Spanish cities.
In the province you can find Farm lands with tipical Spanish haciendas, flat and mountaim roads, rivers and lakes what makes the province together with the capital an ideal location for any kind of production.
The weather in Seville is Continental Mediterranean with a clear ocean hue. The average annual temperature ranges between 18° and 20°. Winters are mild, spring and autumn are warm and the summers are dry and very hot, reaching during the months of July and August the 40th.