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  • Alameda de Cervantes. Soria.

Located on the banks of the River Duero, Soria has been an inspiration to great Spanish writers and poets such as Antonio Machado and Miguel de Unamuno. Do not miss the chance to discover its history, monuments and varied gastronomy.Read more...

What to see Standout buildings include the Church of Santo Domingo, located in the city’s historic quarter, and the Pro-cathedral of San Pedro, located in the east of the city, with beautiful altar pieces and cloisters that have been declared a National Monument. Other important religious buildings such as the Church of Santa María la Mayor or San Juan de Rabanera are well worth a visit. Strolling around the mediaeval streets of the old town uncovers higher interesting buildings such as the Palace of Los Ríos y Salcedo, the Palace of Los Condes de Gómara and the Hermitage of La Soledad, the latter being situated on Alameda de Cervantes avenue – the main boulevard in the old town. A visit to the Numantine Museum uncovers the origins of the city where all types of archaeological findings are housed from the Palaeolithic to the Middle Ages. The Monastery of San Juan de Duero and the Hermitage of San Saturio (the patron saint of Soria) are located on the outskirts. Nature A good way of discovering Soria’s natural environment is to stroll along the Alameda de Cervantes with its over 130 plant species, or walking along the banks of the River Duero. Gastronomy The city’s most famous product is butter, made in an artisanal way, and can be found in all its varieties.


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Soria


Soria


Soria


Soria