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Roman Theatre, Volterra

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  • Volterra is a beautiful town and there is a lot to see. The Teatro Roman is one of their attractions but personally I found it not so interesting, but Roman history is not my string point so others ma...  more »
  • Partially excavated theatre built under Augustus, abandoned end of 3rd century CE. Can be entered during certain hours or viewed from above the city walls (built during 13th century CE) at any time.  more »
  • There are two options: You can view it from above (see my photo) or pay to tour the ruins. There is a larger area than my photo indicates. We did not take the tour so I cannot comment on that but if y...  more »
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  • Beautiful view from the ledge above. A must see site in Volterra!
  • Wonderful well-preserved Roman amphitheater built for 2000 people! There were exhibition of ancient gladiator's fights this time on the stage there but unfortunately security has expelled us because of closing time (17:30) :-(
  • Beautiful rinse on a gorgeous seeing
  • Cool site in a city that predates the Romans... Avoid paying to enter the site by walking above on Volterra streets for FREE.
  • We observed from outside at the suggestion of many locals who were advised to save € 5 tickets. No doubt about it, is a plunge into the Imperial age, just outside Porta Fiorentina.
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