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This was a nice Palazzo to walk through although we mostly saw locals going about their work, the buildings are nice to photograph in the different lights. There are many shops to look at and some of the buildings you can go in. Do your...More
We purchased the Volterra Pass for 16 euro each which included the Palazzo dei Priori, the Etruscan museum, the Pinacoteca, the Alabaster Ecomuseum (Volterra is known for alabaster works of art) and the Acropolis and Roman Theater.
We visited the 13th century Palazzo dei Priori....More
The town hall of the city is one of the oldest palaces in Italy, built between 1208 and 1257. It is partly open to visitors, but the best thing to do is to go straight to the top of the tower and enjoy the spectacular...More
The Palazzo dei Priori is one of the oldest palazzos in Tuscany and stands right in the middle of Volterra.
The building dates back to the beginning of the thirteenth century but has undergone quite some changes over the centuries. The most important are the...More
There is a small charge to visit this Palazzo and there isn't a vast amount to see, but reaching the top of the tower makes it well worth the cost. I lost count of the number of towers we climbed during our visit to Tuscany,...More
Stunning medieval palace, with great exhibition of family signs of local rich families and clans.
2nd flow sala is served for weddings,4th floor had not bad exhibition of how old Volterra used to look and some archeological items found in the zone. From windows on...More
We all agreed we enjoyed Volterra more than San Gimignano despite the latter being more famous. We started off here in the Palazzo and got the multipass. The first floor has an explanation and several models of how the town developed during the Etruscan era...More