The river Duero skirts the beautiful city of Soria, which features two important monuments: San polo and San Saturio, with a nice elm-flanked road alongside of the river. The nearby villages and towns of Almarza, Narros, Golmayo or Arnacón, surrounding the capital, preserve age-old customs and traditions.
The archaeological site of Numancia is located in Garray, 15 kilometres away from the capital. The site features an archaeological workshop and superb simulations explaining the history of the famous Celtic village that heroically held out against the Romans.
Soria is the capital of the eastern most
province of the autonomous region of Castilla y León.