CHICAGO City Center Map
Travel Map for Chicago
Exploring Chicago is easy with this user-friendly travel street map.
See the Windy City’s famous architecture and lively theatre scene.
Shop Michigan Avenue boutiques and indulge yourself at the best restaurants.
Pocket-size color-coded foldout map shows you the city of Chicago in one simple view.
Information on the Map:
Popular restaurants and cafes.
Centrally located hotels and theaters.
Important Chicago architectural landmarks.
Descriptions of museum collections and monuments.
Integrated Chicago L metro stations and routes.
Outdoor spaces and Chicago’s gorgeous parks.
Chicago shops listed with street addresses.
Special inset zoom-in maps of The Loop and Wicker Park areas.
Neighborhoods shown on the Chicago Map
Neighborhoods on this travel map include Fulton Market West, Lincoln Park, the Gold Coast, The Loop, Near North, North Michigan Ave, Old Town, Prairie Avenue Historic District, River North, West Loop and Wicker Park.
Map Measurements and Materials:
Map closed measures: 4 in. x 9.5 in. 24 cm x 19 cm
Map open measures: 24 in. x 9.5 in. 61 cm x 19 cm
Matte-laminated, no-glare printed paper map
Pocket-size travel map is easy-to-read in any light.
Travel Tips and Articles about Chicago
The Story of Red Maps City Guides
What is a Red Map?Red Maps are travel maps to cities in the United States and Europe. Each Red Map provides a traveler with a comprehensive guide a city’s cultural attractions and places of interest. Red Maps have clear-graphics and easy-to-read, concisely-organized information. Red Maps are known as a very stylish guide to have, and have been recommended in over 100 magazines and newspapers.
What Information is on a Red Map?
Why are Red Maps the Best Map?
The Story of how Red Maps BeganThe story of Red Maps began when I was working at a job in real estate...
One lucky day, while drawing a map to show a client the locations of shops along Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road, a colleague passed my desk, saw my drawing, and casually mentioned that I had a talent for cartography. She suggested that I make maps professionally.
Giving it some thought, I proceeded to try just that. Each day after work I would teach myself computer-graphics by reading one chapter from an Adobe Illustrator manual. It took over one year’s time to produce the first Red Maps for sale in May of 1998.