Cortona, Palazzo Casali
Piazza Signorelli 9
from 22 March to 31 July 2014
open everyday from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Full-price ticket € 12,00
Reduced-price ticket € 9,00
Groups over 15, families of at least 4, Edomuseicard and Carta Più Feltrinelli card holders, Touring Club Italiano, UniCoop Firenze, ACI and SyC! members and their escorts, holders of a ticket to one of the museums participating in the "Musei di Confine" initiative (Castiglion del Lago, Chianciano Terme, Chiusi, Montepulciano).
Reduced-ticket € 7,00
For Rotary Club and Lions Club member groups and Unicoop Firenze member groups.
Soci APC (Associazione Produttori Camper e Caravan) members; free admission for children aged 12 and under.
School parties: € 3,00
Reduced-price family ticket (€ 21,00)
UniCoop Firenze family ticket (€ 9,00 for two adults, € 3,00 for the first child, free admission for any additional child)
Free admission for:
Residents in the “Comune di Cortona” on the first Sunday of each month
Children aged 6 and under
Adults accompanying school parties (max two people)
Disabled people and their escorts
Registered tour guides
Banca Popolare di Cortona members
Accademia Etrusca members
Journalists with a valid press card and an authorization from the “Comitato Tecnico Funzionari” (Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities).
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Getting to Cortona
International Airport of Florence-Peretola (about 75 miles).
International Airport of Perugia-Sant'Egidio (about 38 miles).
Florence to Rome railway line : Terontola or Camucia train station.
Terontola-Perugia-Assisi-Terni railway line: Terontola station.
Cortona is only a short cab ride from both stations.
Turn off the A1 highway (Autostrada del Sole) at the Valdichiana exit. Past the toll-booth, get on the Siena-Perugia (E45 direction Perugia) toll-free speedway and turn off at the second exit (Cortona-San Lorenzo); follow signs to Cortona (well marked).
L.F.I. bus service:
Getting off at the Camucia, Terontola, Arezzo or Castiglion Fiorentino train stations , Cortona can also be easily reached by bus.
From the Piazza Garibaldi, just walk down the Via Nazionale all the way to the Piazza della Repubblica; leading off the square, to the right of the imposing town hall stone staircase, is the Piazza Signorelli, dominated by the Palazzo Casali, home of the MAEC museum;
Entering the town through the Porta Colonia gate, simply walk down the Via Dardano; this ends right into the Piazza Signorelli, dominated by the Palazzo Casali, home of the MAEC museum;
Entering the town through the Porta S.Agostino gate, walk up the steep Via Guelfa all the way to the Piazza della Repubblica; leading off the square, to the right of the imposing town hall stone staircase, is the Piazza Signorelli, dominated by the Palazzo Casali, home of the MAEC museum
Piazza Signorelli 9
52044 Cortona (Ar)