Want to know where Coriolanus is set? Shakespeare set Coriolanus in two powerful ancient cities, Rome and Antium, the Volscian capitol. He sets the play here because he is presenting the hero, Coriolanus, divided between these two centres of power and what drama results from that. The main idea of the play is this tug of war of power that exists between these two peoples, and the huge amount that is at stake.
The map below shows all the locations Shakespeare used for Coriolanus, and below the map is a text list of the locations. When you click a pin on the map it opens to show all of the settings used within the location, using Shakespeare actual wording. You can zoom in on the map for a more detailed view of an area, click the icons on the map for more information, or use the list of all map pins below the Coriolanus settings map: