Maps and Routes of Cortona and surroundings

Download the Cortona city map with parking lots and the most important monuments or consult our mini-guides on trekking routes in Cortona and surroundings, where you will find trekking routes in the countryside or in the mountains. The following routes (in shortened version) are only some of those you can find in “Antichi Orizzonti”, edited by Comune di Cortona and Provincia di Arezzo. For further information on how to buy the guides “Antichi Orizzonti – Percorsi trekking della montagna cortonese” and “Antichi Orizzonti – Percorsi trekking della campagna cortonese”, please e-mail us at

In the travel guide section of Cortonaweb, you can find the tourist routes within the city, specifically created for visiting the historical and cultural attractions.

  • Cortona historical center map

    In this historical center map of Cortona you can find the most important points of historical and artistic interest of the city, such as museums, churches and historical palaces. You will also find the parking lots within and outside the city walls, where you can park your car before walking to the center.

    Mappa del centro storico di Cortona
  • Trekking routes in the countryside

    In this section you will discover the trekking routes in the countryside of Cortona, field trips, walking and bike tours across places of cultural, historical and environmental interest, perfect for lovers of the countryside.

    Percorsi trekking in campagna
  • Trekking routes in the mountains

    This is a short guide on the trekking routes in the mountains of Cortona to cover by walk or by mountain bike, among CAI (Italian Alpine Club) paths, Roman roads and Mount Ginezzo, which has been declared Site of Communitarian Interest.

    Percorsi trekking in montagna
  • Paleontological route

    From the famous Romanic Abbey of Farneta with its Antiquarium to the new Museum of Paleontology, here is an itinerary provided with signage to retrace the places where the fossils of this collection have been found. A route of 5 km that even children and bikes can easily cover.

    Percorso Paleontologico