Soria is an accessible city full of history that has always preserved its roots. A city that has cared for its heritage for centuries to adapt it to modernity and adapt it to the needs of all. With easy access facilities and hotel establishments that have rooms with adapted toilets.
Its visitors can visit ancient buildings full of history, such as the Palace of Hacienda, the Baroque-inspired Alcántara Palace and the Church of San Juan de Rabanera, a 12th-century work recognized as a national monument. On the other hand, the Ermita de la Soledad, located in the park popularly known as "La Dehesa", is a green and evocative walking area, easily accessible even for people with reduced mobility. In addition, in summer it is filled with terraces that complement the different spaces dedicated to children's games. At its center is the so-called "tree of music".
The Fuentona de Muriel is an accessible path that has received the Prize for Accessibility in Protected Spaces 2010. Fuentona is one of the deepest karst springs in the Iberian Peninsula. The road consists of wooden walkways and compacted soil that allows adequate traffic for visitors who use a wheelchair or who have reduced mobility.
Taking a walk on the shores of the Douro River you can contemplate the Arches of San Juan de Duero, one of the most emblematic images of Soria. This Romanesque monastery was built between the XII and XIII centuries in front of the Monte de las Animas of the legend becqueriana. It stands out, above all, for its impressive cloister with semicircular arches. It is considered as one of the seven wonders of the Romanesque in Spain.
The Hermitage of Santa María del Miron is one of the best watchtowers to contemplate the city. Antonio Machado's usual stroll with his wife Leonor, who, because of his illness, was in a wheelchair.
The torrezno of Soria is one of the jewels of soriano gastronomy. It is a piece composed of crunchy and golden crust on one side and tender and lean bacon on the other, which make it an excellent delicacy that conquers the palate of everyone who tries it.
Source: Soria ni te la Imaginas, Soria está de moda, Siempre de Paso.