An amphitheater is a prime symbol of Roman past. This one was discovered in the 1950s and has been a popular attraction since then.
Volterra Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Volterra, Italy, dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.
The Fortezza Medicea of Volterra is built on the highest point of the hill overlooking the town.
The most popular gateway to the city is also a gem dating to the Etruscan times. Walk through it and enjoy the scenery.
The oldest town hall in Tuscany. Fun fact: Youngsters may also know this building from Meyer's Twilight series.
This palace is well-hidden but totally worth searching for. A former home of alabaster trader now turned into a museum.
Baptisterium sv. Jana stojí v historickém jádru toskánského města Volterra, před katedrálou Nanebevzetí Panny Marie.
Unique collection of Etruscan antiquities and old books. A must see for everyone who's into history and art.
An important collection of Italian masters accompanied by array of coins and pottery. Pop in if in Volterra.
San Michele Arcangelo is a 13th-century Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic church in Volterra, region of Tuscany, Italy.