Las Vegas Nevada US Map

Las Vegas is divided into several districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique characteristics, attractions, and demographics. Vectormap.Net provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date vector maps in Adobe Illustrator, PDF and other formats, designed for editing and printing. Please read the vector map descriptions carefully.  Here are some notable districts and neighborhoods in Las Vegas:

1. The Strip:

  • The Las Vegas Strip is the most famous and iconic area in the city, known for its world-class hotels, resorts, and casinos.
  • It stretches approximately 4.2 miles along Las Vegas Boulevard and is home to some of the most renowned landmarks in the city.
  • Popular hotels and casinos on the Strip include the Bellagio, Caesars Palace, MGM Grand, Wynn Las Vegas, The Venetian, and many more.

2. Downtown Las Vegas:

  • Located north of the Strip, Downtown Las Vegas is the historic heart of the city.
  • Fremont Street Experience, a pedestrian mall with a giant LED canopy, is a major attraction featuring live entertainment, zip lines, and classic casinos like the Golden Nugget.
  • The Arts District, adjacent to Downtown, is known for its galleries, studios, and vibrant street art.

3. Summerlin:

  • Summerlin is a master-planned community located in the western part of Las Vegas.
  • It is known for its upscale residential neighborhoods, parks, and golf courses.
  • Downtown Summerlin is a popular outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment area.

4. Henderson:

  • Henderson is a suburban city located southeast of Las Vegas, known for its family-friendly communities and parks.
  • Green Valley is a well-known neighborhood in Henderson, featuring residential areas, shopping centers, and parks.

5. North Las Vegas:

  • North Las Vegas is an area that has experienced significant growth and development.
  • It includes a mix of residential neighborhoods, industrial areas, and commercial developments.

6. Chinatown:

  • Located west of the Strip, Las Vegas’s Chinatown is a vibrant district known for its diverse Asian cuisine, markets, and cultural events.
  • It has a concentration of restaurants, shops, and businesses catering to the Asian community.

7. Paradise:

  • Paradise is an unincorporated community that includes the eastern part of the Las Vegas Strip.
  • McCarran International Airport is located in Paradise, making it a central hub for tourists arriving in the city.

8. Spring Valley:

  • Spring Valley is a residential suburb located southwest of the Strip.
  • It features a mix of housing options, parks, and commercial areas.

9. Centennial Hills:

  • Centennial Hills is a rapidly growing area in the northwest part of Las Vegas.
  • It offers suburban living with a range of amenities, including parks, schools, and shopping centers.

These are just a few examples of the diverse districts and neighborhoods within Las Vegas, each contributing to the city’s dynamic and multifaceted character. The choice of where to live or visit depends on individual preferences, lifestyle, and priorities.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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