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The school is ideally located in the Arenal district, close to the Cathedral, next to the ‘Plaza de Toros’ in the heart of the old city center, surrounded by shops and restaurants. The school has 18 classrooms, a library, a computer room, a conference room, offices, a patio, an elevator, communal study and relaxation areas in addition to offering spectacular views of the Giralda. All the facilities are equipped with air conditioning and have been fully adapted for wheelchair users.
If you want to experience the folkloric heart of Spain - the scent of orange trees, the click-clack of flamenco shoes, women in bright polka dot dresses, and the heat of the Andalusian sun - Seville is the city for you. Spain’s fourth-largest city and the capital of Andalusia, Seville equally maintains the warmth and friendliness of a small town. To say that Seville possesses a rich history would be an understatement.