Maps of Chicago

Chicago Guides and Chicago Maps for Visitors

Getting around Chicago is easy with this helpful resource of these FREE Chicago Guides and Free Chicago Maps.  Every journey begins somewhere. And the journey to discover America—the real America—begins in a place called Chicago. This world-class destination, with its stunning architecture, endless shopping and renowned museums, also contains many unique neighborhoods that form a quilt of cultural diversity, residential variety and boundless community energy. Travelers to Chicago can also enjoy some of the many recreational activities provided by the over 500 area parks. These parks offer many activities that can be enjoyed by adults as well as children. There are 791 baseball diamonds and 975 basketball courts that allow people of all ages a chance to play. There are 33 swimming and beach areas as well as 180 gymnasiums that allow tourists to work out and cool off at the same time. There are 90 swimming pools and 704 tennis courts also present in the Chicago parks system that allow for physical activity and game playing. If physical activity gets tiring, tourists can visit one of the two zoos and check out the exotic animals. Use the map of Chicago below to learn more about the individual neighborhoods that make Chicago an incomparable place to live!

Please use these maps of Chicago to help you enjoy this word-class city.







Maps of Chicago Area Attractions

Basic Chicago Map

A map of hotels, attractions, and ‘L’ stations in downtown Chicago, plus the Andersonville, Uptown, Lincoln Park, Bronzeville, Hyde Park, Lakeview, Pilsen, Wicker Park and Bucktown neighborhoods.

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Neighborhood Maps


South Side

North Side

Lakeview and Lincoln Park

Wicker Park & Bucktown

Pilsen and Little Village

Hyde Park and Bronzeville

Bridgeport and Chinatown



Chicago Zip Code Mapchicago zip code map

Within the city limits there are close to 60 different Chicago zip codes. Typically, a single zip code will stretch across several separate Chicago neighborhoods. However, there are many neighborhoods big enough to have their own zip code, such as East Rogers Park (60626). You’ll also find quite a few Chicago neighborhoods that are divided by more than one zip code, like Lawndale which is spread out over five zip codes. And the Loop, despite its small size, requires six zip codes all to itself because of the high concentration of addresses in downtown.

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Chicago has an excellent public transportation system. The CTA website has more information, including maps and a trip planner.
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Bike Map

Chicago has a national reputation as one of the best large cities in the United States for bicycling. The City of Chicago has achieved this goal by investing in bicycling infrastructure and promoting education, awareness and advocacy.

Chicago currently has 117 miles of on-street bike lanes, more than 30 miles of marked shared lanes, many miles of off-street paths (including the 18.5-mile Lakefront Trail), more than 12,000 bike racks, and sheltered, high-capacity, bike parking areas at many CTA rail stations.

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Airport Terminal Maps



Chicago O’Hare International Airport Map

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Chicago Midway International Airport Map


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