There are about 12 rooms open to the public and at 5 Euro for an adult and 3 Euro for a child it is worth it. There are many lovely things to see.
The palace is in the middle of Volterra and filled with 15 to 20th century furniture, decor, and paintings. The ceilings, moldings, and fireplaces are as they were centuries ago. Beautiful plate collection. The palace is 12 rooms so your tour is intimate and the rooms are as they were thousands of years ago.
We initially decided to visit this place because it was pouring with rain during our day in Volterra and it was too early for lunch. We are glad we did. We didn't rush through as we were given a written guide in English explaining all of the various treasures and decorations. This explanation enhanced the experience. At the conclusion, you... 更多
For only €5 you can wander slowly through the rooms of this lovely palazzo. While each room is filled wit treasures, be sure to look at the walls and ceilings. What appear to be stone, marble, alabaster, and sumptuous wall coverings are indeed trompe l'oeil paintings of the highest caliber. The information packets are available in a number of languages... 更多
There is an entrance straight off the street which belies the treasures inside. The family still inhabit part of the property which adds charm to the family photos scattered around. A beautiful experience to visit.
Palazzo is quite a gem. The art collection inside is gorgeous, we found out that the minimal entrance fee we paid was well worth it. But if you are running on a tight timeline you should visit the first two floors and the porch.
We had been told about this gem and stumbled on it whilst walking around Volterra. The 5euro entrance fee is more than worth it. A beautiful house with lots to see and learn about. The art collections are wonderful and would definitely recommend a visit if in Volterra - at the end of the visit you are invited down to... 更多
This is the best of the Palazzo's in Volterra to visit & 5 euro entry for seeing the treasures on display is well worth the money. It is a combination of a Palazzo and a family home with some nice personal touches from the Vito family who still live in it. Asian collection of art particularly good. Restaurant in cellar... 更多
We decided to visit Palazzo Viti because we visited some proviate palazzi before, which was very nice. To us, Palazzo Viti was a bit disappointing. It's not all that big, there are about 6 rooms, and a hall and staircase. The staircase is impressive, but the house is just a house. Of course there is a collection of art, there... 更多
Only 5 Euros to enter - worth every cent of it. Fabulous rooms, paintings sculptures & furniture. After touring the palace your 5 Euros also included wine tasting & 'nibbles' in the basement. This basement has the caverns where 'Twilight' was filmed.