What to See
Volterra, a charming hill town in the heart of the Tuscan landscape, has a history that spans three thousand years.
Where to eat
We recommend the Restaurant Etruria to you. It overlooks Piazza dei Priori, just five minutes walking from the hotel.
The Best Proposals
Advantageous opportunities for Volterra stays, competitive prices and excellent value for money. Not to miss.
“Our hiking/walking trip to Italy included a two-night stay in Volterra at this hotel. It was a perfect choice, both the city and the hotel. We especially appreciated that Volterra is “less-traveled” meaning that it was NOT loaded with tourists, making it ideal for a more authentic Italian experience. Excellent restaurants… some of the best meals we had on our trip were here. La Locanda was really a superb place to stay. The staff was incredibly attentive and helpful, and the breakfasts were great. “
“ We stayed at the Hotel La Locanda during our Rick Steve’s trip. The room was large and the bathroom the biggest we had in Italy. The room offered two windows that opened to the street below. We were on the third floor.
Overall the hotel was extremely good for an ancient city. This hotel was more than expected and we totally enjoyed our time in Volterra. Great location, the staff was very nice, and the breakfasts were tasty and filling.”