I am currently developing a site in Wordpress and in need of some advice. I have a task that isn't overly complicated but I just can't fathom a 'clean' way of doing it. Maybe in my mind I'm over complicating things so just after some help if I can.
I have a customer who does photography at various venues. They'd like to have a list of venues, for example 'London'. If they go to the venues page there'll be a list of all the venues she's worked at so I'm thinking 'venues' is my custom post type. However, when she goes to a custom-post-type-single page, in this case, 'London', she'd like a bit about the venue and then four categories (which she can edit), which are seasons. You can then click a season, like summer and then it'll have a gallery of images taken in London and in summer. Originally I thought of doing try make the location the parent and then have sub-pages for the seasons but don't think Wordpress allows this...
Hopefully that makes sense?
Here is where I'm stuck. Should I create the custom post type called Venues, which then I list all the venues as normal, and then create a taxonomy of seasons (winter, autumn, spring, summer)? My only problem with that is taxonomies are like categories which is right, they are. BUT, I want to add custom text/images to the venue > season single page like a normal 'page' and not just have an archive page.
Hopefully that all makes sense and I've not over complicated it. Thanks in advance