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Study Spanish in Seville or Bilbao

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Hi, everybody, i am travelling to Spain for 3 weeks in Chrismas time to study spanish. I have to choose between Bilbao and Seville (not many schools are opened for Christmas). The only thing that is scaring me in Seville - is an accent. I have elementary level of spanish (btw A2-B1), and its difficult to understand people talking fast in the streets, so I am afraid that my 3 weeks stay in Seville wont be as effective if for the whole 3 weeks I will try to understand my host family and people around...
On the other hand Bilbao seems to be less touristic, and language course is better there, but I am afraid it could boring there, no? Any way I want to study language first, and then have fun....
If anyone can comment on this or give an advice - it would be just great, Thank you!!!

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