Local, Sienese and Florentine art holds sway in this modest collection in the Palazzo Minucci Solaini. Taddeo di Bartolo's Madonna...
Forming one side of Volterra's central square, the Palazzo Pretorio was the seat of the local mayor. From it sprouts one of the town's...
One of Italy's finest and best-preserved Roman theatres makes for an evocative site, with its grassy ranks of seating and towering...
Pizzeria da Nanni
A hole-in-the-wall-plus – the plus being the excellent pizzas that Nanni spatulas from his oven while sustaining a vivid line of...
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Ecomuseo dell'Alabastro information
As befits a town that's hewn the precious material from nearby quarries since Etruscan times, Volterra is the proud possessor of an alabaster museum. It's an intriguing exploration of everything related to the rock, from production and working to commercialisation. Contemporary creations feature strongly, there are also choice examples from Etruscan times onwards as well as a re-created artisan's workshop.