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Teatro Romano - Volterra


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The archaeological area of Vallebuona is one of the most important sites where it is possible to understand the urban and historic evolution of Volterra. It is a large space on the southern peaks of Volterra, just beyond the wall that enclosed the medieval city.i

This area was not occupied in the Etruscan era, but there was only work for containment of the soil, which was very steep. The area was affected in the Roman era by intense urbanisation activities, with the construction of a large monumental complex composed of a theatre and a thermal facility, built in different periods, the ruins of which it is possible to visit today.


Opening hours

Until 31st October:
daily from 10:30 a.m. until 05:30 p.m.
From 1st November till 15th March:
Saturday and Sunday only
from 10:30 a.m. until 04:30 p.m.


Special combined ticket for the Museums of Volterra
from 1st May till 30th September
only 7,00 euros
for Art Gallery, Alabaster Museum, Palazzo dei Priori, Etruscan Acropolis and Roman Theatre.

The combined ticket is valid for 7 consecutive days.
Under 18 free.

For bookings:
Tel: +39 0588 87580


SAT coordinates

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pointLat. 43.403722 - Lon. 10.860157


Teatro Romano di Volterra
Via Francesco Ferrucci
56048 Volterra (PI)
Tel.: +39 0588 86347