Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta
Just west of the cathedral is the 13th-century baptistry with a small marble font by Andrea Sansovino.
Palazzo dei Priori
Volterra's 13th-century town hall is the oldest seat of local government in Tuscany. Highlights inside are a fresco on the staircase of...
The Palazzo Pretorio is from the same era as the Palazzo dei Priori. From it thrusts the Torre del Porcellino (Piglet's Tower), so named...
Web & Wine
At once an internet point (€3 per hour), a stylish enoteca (with a good selection of tipples), a snack stop (that also serves full...
Web & Wine
This place is hard to characterise, being an internet point (€3 per hour), a stylish enoteca (with a good selection of tipples and food...
Lonely Planet review
Built in the 12th and 13th centuries, the interior of the duomo was remodelled in the 16th century and features a handsome coffered ceiling. The Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows , on the left as you enter from Piazza San Giovanni, has two sculptures by Andrea della Robbia and a small fresco of the Procession of the Magi by Benozzo Gozzoli.
In front of the duomo , a 13th-century baptistry features a small marble font (1502) by Andrea Sansovino.