Volterra is 72 km (44,7 mi) from Florence, 50 km (31 mi) from Siena, 30 km (18.6 mi) from San Gimignano and 63 km (39,1 mi) from Pisa, capital of the province to whom the municipality belongs. You can reach Volterra by car or bus, and if necessary, the SIAF can arrange shuttle services from the train stations of the major cities of Tuscany and from the airports of Pisa and Florence.
- Airport: Pisa International Airport is 65 km (43,3 mi) from Volterra. Volterra can also be reached in less than one hour, by car, from Florence, Pisa and Siena.
- Shuttle – Bus Service: a Shuttle service is available From/To Pisa and Florence Airport and Pisa, Florence and Cecina Train Stations. Ask for an estimate to the SIAF Learning Village – Tuscany (Dr. Giada Ragoni).
- By Car: from Northern Italy you can reach Volterra via Pisa or Florence:
from Florence, follow the A1 Highway direction to Rome and exit at Firenze Certosa, then take the free motorway to Siena, until the exit called “Colle Val d’Elsa” and from this point following the signs to Volterra;
from Pisa, follow the free motorway (FI-PI-LI SGC), direction to Florence and exit at Pontedera-Ponsacco. Then take the road to Capannoli, La Sterza and follow the signs to Volterra. It is about 1 hour drive.
As an alternative follow the free motorway (FI-PI-LI SGC), direction to Florence and exit at Pontedera.Then take the road to Peccioli and then to Volterra. It is about 1 hour drive.