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In the northern region of Spain is the town of Soria, the capital of the province that bears the same name. With a population of nearly 40,000, it holds roughly 40% of the region's inhabitants. Perched on the banks of the Douro river, the city has been occupied for centuries and is filled with historical sights and exhibits. The Museo Nomantino is dedicated to a nearby demolished city with a bloody ending. A plethora of old historical buildings dating as far back as the 12th century still stand here and are available to tour. For as long as you explore Soria, the travel agents of Hotels.com will help you find the Soria hotels that fits you best. With 200,000 accommodations worldwide, Hotels.com has the experience to find the perfect hotel for you. Whether you're looking for the economical or the extravagant, let Hotels.com help you find the perfect hotel.
What's Soria Like?
Throughout history, Soria has been the sight of rebellion and wars. The Museo Nomantino is dedicated to one of the most infamous that occurred in the city of Numantia. The citizens of this Celtiberian town chose to destroy their city rather than let if fall into the hands of the Roman empire. The museum contains archaeological remains of the site and shares the story of the demolished town. Throughout the city, you can find preserved, still standing building that stretch back through the centuries. Most have been listed as Spanish Properties of Cultural Interest and are the primary draws to Soria. You can view and tour many of the cities old monasteries, churches, and town halls. If you'd like to get away from the city for a day, the Lobos River Canyon Nature Reserve can be found between the Soria and Burgos.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Soria
Many Spaniards partake in a large midday meal known as La Comida which can include multiple courses. Meals are generally unhurried and relaxed with lots of time for conversation afterwards. Common foods of the region include; garlic soup, cured hams, black pudding, Serrada cheese, and wine from Ribera del Duero. Naturally, Spanish is the primary language of the region and learning a few key phrases can go a long way to making your travels easier. For as long as you stay in the historically rich region of Soria, Hotels.com will have a hotel just for you. With interior and exterior photos of all their supported properties, there are never any surprises the first time you walk into your room. You can book either online or with the Hotels.com mobile smartphone app to receive special offers and get you started on your next vacation in the city of Soria.