LAS VEGAS STRIP City Map
Travel Map for Las Vegas
See all of the Las Vegas’ Strip and Fremont Street casinos, resorts, shopping and restaurants in one easy to read color-coded travel map. Red Map Las Vegas is compact, comprehensive, and quickly shows you all the places to party in Las Vegas.
Information on the Las Vegas Map:
Popular restaurants listed with their type of cuisine.
LV Convention and Meeting Centers with transportation info.
Famous LV landmarks and points of interest are included.
Theaters, Arenas and Stadiums shown on map.
Streets are clearly labeled and easy to find.
LV Shopping Centers and boutiques organized by lists.
Las Vegas’ monorail stations shown on map.
Includes area map of nearby outdoor nature and national parks.
Detailed information about Las Vegas cultural attractions and museums.
Neighborhoods and Attractions on the Las Vegas Map
Neighborhoods shown on the central Las Vegas map include The Strip’s resorts, Fremont Street casinos and light show. Nearby natural attractions to Las Vegas shown on the map include Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, Red Rock Canyon National Recreation Area, Toiyabe National Forest, Mt. Charleston Recreation Area and Valley of Fire.
Map Dimensions and Materials:
Map when folded: 4 in. x 9.5 in. 24 cm x 19 cm
Map when open: 24 in. x 9.5 in. 61 cm x 19 cm
Printed paper map with a no-glare matte finish.
This map is easy-to-read in any light!
Las Vegas Travel Tips and Articles:
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.