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Volterra is a city with a thousand-year history and known for the beauty of its historic center, rich in Etruscan, Roman and medieval remains. The city is located on a hill about 40 km south of Pisa and dominates the Val di Cecina with a breathtaking panorama.
Among the main tourist attractions of Volterra we can mention the Guarnacci Etruscan Museum, which houses a vast collection of Etruscan objects, the Roman Theater, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, the Medici Fortress and the Porta all’Arco, the only Etruscan gate still existing in the world.
The city is also famous for the working of alabaster, a type of translucent marble from which objects of art of great value are produced. In fact, Volterra is considered the world capital of alabaster and hosts numerous artisan shops where it is possible to purchase unique pieces.
Furthermore, Volterra is surrounded by splendid hilly landscapes, where you can go hiking or cycling to discover medieval villages and breathtaking views.