Spanish of where
is the Spanish we learn here is similar so the way the talk in Spain or in mexico?
It's a fairly universal Spanish that will be basically understood in all of the Hispanosphere.
The accent of the woman is Latin American and distinctly not Peninsular, and her pronunciation is very precise (being a robot) and not affected as a real local speaker's pronunciation may be. The vocab learned is typically the sort you would find in México and other central American nations, but it really does not make as big a difference as some people make out, unless learning a very specific regionality of Spanish and its accents and phrases is important to you.