Seville is a beautiful city situated in a southern part of Spain with a population of 699 thousand inhabitants. It is a capital of autonomous community Andalusia and the province of Seville. It is the largest city in the south of the country and a major industrial, commercial, and tourism center. Seville is known for its architectural monuments, including Alcazar Palace, the Cathedral, the Giralda tower, and Torre del Oro. Well-developed economy and financial sector attract investors and large companies to open their headquarters or divisions there. Considering the continuous flow of tourists, businesses definitely get their benefits out of it.
The city is divided into 11 districts. The most visited one is Ancient Shell, which lies in the very heart of Seville and it is a major tourist destination, containing most of Seville landmarks, as well as banking and financial institutions. Another important historical district is Triana, which is a center of ceramic industry and its old quarter shows a beautiful view of Seville central part. Nervión is located in the eastern part of Seville, and it is a commercial hub of the city due to the fact that significant regional businesses operate here, plus there is a huge shopping mall Nervión Plaza and Seville biggest train station – Santa Justa.
Recent economic growth made Seville a city with the largest GDP within Andalusia. In addition, it has the only inland port in the country, which has an enormous impact on Spain import-export activity. Being one of the most important cities in Spain Seville has a developed network of transport routes. It is served by the metro system, as well as usual busses network connect the city with suburbs and other cities. Seville International Airport is located 10 km to the east from Seville downtown. Seville also hosts such festivals as Bienal de Flamenco, Vela de Santiago y Santa Ana, The Seville Fair, and Holy Week in Seville with thousands of participants coming all over the world.
As of the year of 2016, 31% of Andalusia largest companies operate within the city of Seville or its suburbs. Such giants as Reno, EADS, Heineken, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo have their factories and main offices here. In addition, communal enterprises EMASESA– water supply company, LIPASAM – performs waste treatment, and TUSSAM – operator of city buses and tram connections are located in Seville. A special symbol of this city is a Seville Tower, which is the tallest office skyscraper in Seville completed in 2016. There are a lot of business centers in the city offering office space for rent, and the prices are pretty affordable. Considering that the property lease market has extended in the last past years, it is easy to find perfect office space in a perfect place.