Tourism in Soria


Soria still retains an important Romanesque legacy in its network of medieval streets. In the historic centre of the town is one of the most important churches in the city, the church of Santo Domingo, a beautiful XII century construction whose main front is considered one of the best of the entire Romanesque period.

To the east of the city, near the River Duero, is the cathedral of San Pedro. Inside you can admire beautiful reredos, such as the Flemish triptych of the Crucifixion.

The Alameda de Cervantes constitutes the main walk through the city centre. On the outskirts of the city are the banks of the River Duero, whose idyllic landscape was the source of inspiration for Spanish artists and poets. In this place you can find the monastery of San Juan de Duero.Near this monastery, on the left bank of the river, excavated from the rock is the baroque Hermitage of San Saturio, the patron saint of the city. This small chapel, dating from the XVIII century, presents an octagonal plan and its interior is presided over by a baroque altar.

Sorian gastronomy has its main allies in pork products and roast lamb. It also conserves other traditional pastoral dishes, such as fried breadcrumbs (using bread, garlic and pork) and caldereta (a lamb stew). Butter is also one of the most typical traditional products from Soria.


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