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All reviews roman theater panoramic view ground level north side garbage dump closer look ancient sites excavation site great site century bc quick look worth seeing old city no charge walk around information boards definitely worth a visit
This large area was excavated in the 1950's and unearthed Roman buildings dating from 1BC. The earliest building was the Theatre, the natural steep slopes against the old city wall lending themselves easily to the construction of semi-circular tiered limestone seating, some of which have...More
So, I love that some people are saying this is NOT worth the money to spend on a tour. As with a lot of things like this, the tour is usually better when you learn more about the history from a guide. Of course one...More
Definitely worth going to see, we bought the three day ticket which gives you access to several sites in volterra over a three day period, well worth the money.. and don't miss the walk around the walls overlooking the theatre
The excavation site is located at the north side of the city, just to the west of Porta Fiorentina. The old Roman theatre is well-worth the closer visit, although you can have very nice and detail look on it from the road that leads above...More
Driving from Florence to Tuscany, stopping in Volterra for lunch on the terrace and view of the ruins. The drive was beautiful, lunch at I Ponti Volterra Bistrot with amazing view on the terrace and house wine. Short walk through the town and ruins before...More