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Seville, a city of bullfighting and flamenco with many historical buildings and monuments. The lovely setting on the river Guadalquivir makes it one of the most enchanting places in Europe. Seville is the capital of Andalusia and a perfect place to do an internship. It has a municipal population around 700,000 people and a metropolitan population of about 1.2 million, making it the fourth-largest city in Spain.

Each year more than 10,000 international students come to enjoy the sun and warmth of Seville. This makes it a perfect destination for making new friends, improving your language skills, and getting a first hand experience of Spanish culture. Contact us today if you would like to start any of the offered internships in Seville.


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Sevilla is located only 110 kilometres form the sea, and it has been a major port for most of its history. It was very important during Roman period, when two emperors were born in Seville. After the Romans, visitgoths came. The Moors arrived in 712 and stayed more than 500 years in Seville.

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Important numbers

- Emergency 112
- The National Police 091


- Virgen del Rocío 955 012 010
- Virgen Macarena 955 008 000
- Virgen de Valme 955 015 010


(Contract or Prepaid card)

The telephone system in Spain is fast and efficient. Call boxes are blue, plentiful and easy to use for both domestic and international calls. Look for the “Telèfono” signs.”

We would recommend you to buy a prepaid SIM-card for your mobile phone. There are several providers but we recommend you to use "Yoigo" or "Digi Movil" since they have the most reasonable prices. Some of our packages include a SIM-card. Remember to bring your passport or other identification card with you as you need to show it when purchasing the SIM-card. You can recharge your card in the phone shop or in a supermarket that has a sign for your service provider. 

It is also possible to sign up for a contract with one of the phone companies, but they usually only grant contracts to people with a residence card and a Spanish bank account. Calling rates are cheaper, but you don't have much control over how much you spend on calls. If someone steals your phone they can make all the calls they want.


Wi-Fi can be found in several cafés and restaurants and it is usually free of charge. Ask for the password from one of the employees. There are also many cybercafes in Seville and you can find computers at tourist offices, language schools, some libraries, and certain universities. Ask to your company if you can use internet while doing your internship in Seville.

Post offices

There are several post offices in Seville. You are new in town as intern in Seville and if you are unsure of your local one, ask at the main post office on Avenída de Constitucíon or call 902 197 197. Stamps can be found in almost every tobacco shop or in shops with the yellow “Correos” sign. Yellow post boxes can be found around the city.