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I'm an American artist looking to go to Spain for 4 to 6 weeks and finish some projects I've had on the back-burner for too long now. I've had this dream of going to Spain and making art--cliche, I know--but I've decided it's finally time to make it happen. I want a place where I can get some work done in a beautiful environment--a real Spanish experience. I was thinking Madrid for a long time, but a good friend has been pushing Sevilla, saying how beautiful it is, etc. I haven't put much thought into Barcelona since it has so many tourists and it might not grant me a "true" Spanish experience. What do you guys think? I want a beautiful place where it's quiet enough to work, but where I can go out at night and have some drinks, tapas. I prefer a more Spanish experience. Thank you.

Also, I do speak Spanish.

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