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Palazzo Viti

Via Dei Sarti 41, 56048, Volterra, Italy
+39 0588 84047
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unique experience

This palace has been continuously occupied by the same family for over 500 years. The lady selling... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
melvaz2017
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memphis, United States
Wonderful house museum showing how the wealthy lived

This was a very exceptional attraction. It was not crowded so we were able to see at our leisure... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2017
Rpal20001
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Long Beach, California
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Palazzo Viti is one of the finest private residential building in Italy. The twelve rooms tht are open to the pubblic are fitted with furniture, porcelains, alabaster collection and other valuable items representing Italian, European and Oriental Art. The Palace is still inhabited by descendant of the Viti family.
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Via Dei Sarti 41, 56048, Volterra, Italy
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+39 0588 84047

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This palace has been continuously occupied by the same family for over 500 years. The lady selling tickets at the front is the current owner and descendent of the original owners. They sell tickets to be able to maintain the place, because the family is...More

Thank melvaz2017
Reviewed 2 July 2017

This was a very exceptional attraction. It was not crowded so we were able to see at our leisure the wonderful hand painted wallpaper, the beautiful inlaid marquetry tables, tapestries, bedrooms, library, ballroom and to take in the amazing painted ceilings in each room. The...More

Thank Rpal20001
Reviewed 21 June 2017

While in Volterra we decided to visit Palazzo Viti. While it's not Versailles, it's a charming, beautiful old home. Definitely worth a visit.

Thank leere2016
Reviewed 25 April 2017

Very interesting tour full of surprises! Great collection of art-objects from all over the world. You can take a map with explanations in 8 languages = very helpful

Thank Janna T
Reviewed 19 April 2017

It pays to see the Palace when Umberto, the scion of the Viti, is there to tell the lusty tale of ancestors and guests. Alas, he speaks little English, but a translation of the flier is there in 18 languages. In the XIXth century, the...More

1  Thank aldo m
Reviewed 13 October 2016

Interesting historical place to walk around and 5 Euro ticket includes free glass of wine in the cellars and a small tray of nibbles (bread in oil, cheese bits, chorizo) No pressure or even asked to buy any of the wine or food which was...More

Thank LadiesThatLunch2123
Reviewed 24 September 2016

This is an interesting place to visit with plenty of well decorated rooms and amazing furnishings and furniture. It does not require a lot of time and you can take some great photos inside.

Thank Johns1951
Reviewed 24 September 2016

This building is pretty ordinary from the street but inside it opens up tardis-like into a sizeable town house, still partly occupied by the Viti family. The grand staircase, the ballroom and dining room are particularly impressive. An enjoyable look into the past.

Thank Fred S
Reviewed 18 September 2016

Not the biggest place, but really interesting. Gives a nice view on the of the rich people lived in the past

Thank mvandevelde52
Reviewed 30 August 2016

Of, course, could be bigger. Could have more impresive façades. Could have, should have, didn't. What it did - it brought some touch, something different; nice, complete interiors. At fair price. I wouldn't skip it for sure.

Thank sir_meeshoo
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