Soria attractions

Top Choice Historic Building in Soria

Ermita de San Saturio

A lovely 2.3km riverside walk south from the Monasterio de San Juan de Duero will take you past the 13th-century church of the former Knights Templar, the Monasterio de San Polo (not open to the public) and on to th…
Top Choice Ruins in Soria

Monasterio de San Juan de Duero

The most striking of Soria's sights, this wonderfully evocative and partially ruined cloister boasts exposed and gracefully interlaced arches, which artfully blend Mudéjar and Romanesque influences; no two capitals …
Church in Soria

Iglesia de Santo Domingo

Soria’s most beautiful church is the Romanesque Iglesia de Santo Domingo. Its small but exquisitely sculpted portal is something special, particularly at sunset when its reddish stone seems to be aglow.
Museum in Soria

Museo Numantino

Archaeology buffs with a passable knowledge of Spanish should enjoy this well-organised museum dedicated to finds from ancient sites across the province of Soria, especially the Roman ruins of Numancia. It has every…
Cathedral in Soria

Concatedral de San Pedro

Halfway up the hill towards the historic centre from the river, the Concatedral de San Pedro has a pleasing plateresque facade. The 12th-century cloister is the most charming feature here: its delicate arches are di…
Square in Soria

Plaza Mayor

The narrow streets of Soria's old town converge on the Plaza Mayor. The plaza's appeal lies in its lack of uniformity, and in the attractive Renaissance-era ayuntamiento (town hall) and the Iglesia de Santa María la…
Historic Building in Soria

Palacio de Los Condes Gomara

A block north of the Plaza Mayor is the majestic, sandstone 16th-century Palacio de los Condes Gomara. It can only be admired from the outside.
Church in Soria

Iglesia de San Juan de Rabanera

At the Iglesia de San Juan de Rabanera, which was first built in the 12th century, hints of Gothic and even Byzantine art gleam through the mainly Romanesque hue.
Museum in Soria

Casa de las Poetas

Pays homage to Antonio Machado and other Spanish poets who have a connection to the town.