Soria lies along the El Duero river in the north-central region of Spain. The city is the capital of the province of Soria and is part of the communities of León and Castile. Built during the empire of ancient Rome, Soria is best known for its historical sites and the distinctive architecture of its churches.
- Renaissance Ayuntamiento
- San Juan de Rabanera in Soria
- San Juan de Duero
- Take a relaxing walk around Cañón del Río Lobos Natural Park
- Marvel at the 18th-century architecture of the Palacio de la Audiencia in Soria
- See the ruins of the 6th-century Madonna del Mirón Hermitage
Winter (December to February) in Soria from can be fairly cold for Spain, with lows sometimes getting below freezing. Summers are dry and warm with temperatures averaging 20°C, which makes the summertime the best time of the year to visit.
Getting There & Around
The Madrid Barajas International Airport is the main airport serving Soria and the surrounding area; it can be reached by bus, train or private car in less than three hours. There are also buses connecting Soria to Buros as well as Logroño.
Soria is arranged as a very pedestrian-friendly city and can therefore be easily navigated on foot (although some choose to move around the city by bike). A bus or private car is best for touring farther destinations.
2 hotels in Soria,
Known for its ambience and luxury, the Cadosa Hotel is an ideal accommodation spot in Soria for all types of travellers. GeneralConference facilities are also available at the hotel for the guests... More