Soria is included in the “Route of the Santa Teresa Latest Dwellings” framed within the “Teresian Route in Castile and Leon”. This route has in each of the places with landmarks differentiated signaling which facilitates traveler as well as information, its exact location and includes the places of passage and stay of the Santa in our city.
The medieval town was located on a col between the hill that occupied the castle and Myron hill so its defensive wall covered both lifts with a total length of 4,100 meters. The wall had numerous defensive cubes, 6 fortified gates, 2 wickets and almost 100 hectares of protected area.
The sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were a time of economic and artistic prosperity for Soria. Sorian nobles created great fortunes thanks to the main product provided by their huge flocks of merino sheep, wool. Under these benefits, the noble estate of the city rose beautiful palaces and mansions.