Volterra Private Walking Tour:
If you’re planning a trip to Tuscany, Italy, consider visiting the charming town of Volterra. This ancient hilltop town is known for its stunning views, rich history, and vibrant culture. To make the most of your visit, book a Volterra Private Walking Tour Guide.
With a private guide, you’ll have the opportunity to explore Volterra’s most iconic landmarks, including the Etruscan walls, the Roman Theater, and the impressive Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta. Your guide will provide insider knowledge and historical context, making your visit both informative and engaging.
Aside from the town’s historic sites, your guide can also lead you through Volterra’s picturesque streets and piazzas. They can point out hidden gems and local haunts, as well as recommend places to sample delicious Tuscan cuisine, browse local shops and markets, and even practice your Italian with friendly locals.
Booking a Volterra Private Walking Tour Guide is easy and convenient. You can customize your itinerary to suit your interests and schedule, whether you’re a history buff, a foodie, or simply looking to soak up the sights and sounds of Tuscany. Choose a reputable tour company or guide, and select the date and time that works best for you. You can even book in advance to ensure availability during peak travel season.
So why wait? Start planning your Volterra adventure today and book a private walking tour guide for an unforgettable experience in one of Tuscany’s most charming towns.
The monuments in town we usually cover:
Piazza dei Priori, the main square, center of civic power since the 8th century
Porta All'Arco, the 4th BC Etruscan gate to the city walls
ruins of the Roman Theater (1st c.BC ) and Roman Baths (3rd c.AD) from the walls above the ruins
Romanesque Cathedral, recently restored, and the Baptistery of San Giovanni, an octagonal structure dating back to the 13th c. with a façade decorated in the classic two-tone of white and green marble
a visit to a laboratory of alabaster, the stone of Volterra, traditionally worked since ancient times.
3 hours minimum time and interest permitting, we can also visit the Guarnacci Etruscan Museum, one of the earliest public museums in Europe, and/or the Pinacoteca ( museum with medieval and renaissance art).
This can be a private walking tour of 2/3 hours.
Costs will be given on request