Hi Erick, I am in the United States and schools and college/universities here often teach "neutral Latin American Spanish" that is somewhat slowed down for students. It sounds something like this ---> https://soundcloud.com/djxspth/neutral-latin-american-spanish-accent-taught-in-us-schools
I know almost no one speaks like that in real life but I like accents that sounds similar to that -- namely, Guatemalan, Mexican (without regionalisms and sing-songy intonation), Bolivian, Peruvian and Colombia (the latter two, also without sing-songy intonation).
Hope that answers your question. :)