Going To Vegas

Las Vegas Maps & Diagrams

Sun, Apr 07, 2013

These Las Vegas maps and diagrams will help you find your way around and aid in locating some of the items mentioned on other pages. I sized them to fit on a single sheet of paper* should you want to print them. Click on your browser's "Back" button to return to this page after viewing/printing the individual diagrams.

* With you printer's graphics resolution set to 300x300 which is the typical default setting.


Airportground transportation map showing where to find shuttle buses, taxis, limousines, and rental cars at both Terminal 1 (domestic commercial flights) and Terminal 2 (charter and international flights). Both terminals are shown on the same one-page diagram in case you're not sure of your arrival terminal. It also shows the locations of the ALC/LVL shuttle bus and remote check-in desks for some hotels. (This page has an extra heading because the diagram is featured on about.com.)

Terminal 1
Baggage carousels
in Terminal 1
Taxi Line
Taxi line
outside of
Terminal 1
Bus Line
Shuttle Bus
line outside
of Terminal 1


Terminal 2
Enlarge picture
Baggage carousels
in Terminal 2
Enlarge picture
Taxi line
between Charter &
International exits
Enlarge picture
Shuttle Buses
& limos outside
International exit

Note: Not all charter flights use Terminal 2 so if you're going to Vegas via a charter package don't assume you'll be going into Terminal 2. (A flight attendant should be able to tell you your arrival terminal, which is usually also your departure terminal.) While this information changes from time to time, the following airlines are using Terminal 2:

Aero Mexico, Air Canada, Air North, AirTransat, Aviacsa, Belair, BMI, Condor, Harmony, Hawaiian, Hooters Air, Korean Air, MaxJet, Mexicana, Miami Air, My Travel, Omni Air, Philippine Air, Ryan Intl, Skyservice, TransMeridian, Virgin Atlantic, and WestJet.

Diagram of McCarran International Airport (airport code LAS) showing the locations of Terminal 1 (Gates A, B, C, and D), Terminal 2, parking, and access roads.

Airport ShuttleThe airport operates a free shuttle bus between the two terminals. It has a stop on the middle island outside of the Shuttle Bus exit in the Baggage Claim area at Terminal 1 (their stop is at the front of the line) and near the Departures entrance at Terminal 2. It comes around every 15 minutes. I have seen two different size buses and a van used. Just look for a bus with the "McCarran Airport" logo or a white van with the "Clark County" logo. The rental car companies also run shuttle buses.

Strip / Downtown

StripMap of the Strip showing the locations of the resorts, shopping malls, trams, and major convention facilities. While this diagram is not "to scale", the airport really is close to the Strip. If you are landing during the day, the black pyramid Luxor can easily be seen out of your aircraft window as you are landing. If you are landing after dark, the gold-colored Mandalay Bay (next to the Luxor) is also easily seen.

MonorailModified Strip diagram showing aMap of the Monoral route for the new Strip Monorail system. (There's already talk of extending the monorail to the airport and downtown.) Details on the monorail operation are given on the Shuttles page.

FremontMap of Fremont Street (aka "Downtown") showing the locations of the resorts. The gray area represents the pedestrian mall, most of which is covered by the mesh canopy which serves as the display screen for the light show.


CaesersMap of Caesars Palace and the Forum Shops including the locations of the moving statue shows and the Caesars Exclusively signature shop.   (This page has an extra heading because the diagram is featured on about.com.)

Map of Bellagio showing the locations of the tram station, conservatory, art gallery, "O" Theater, and buffet.

Map of Paris showing the locations of the Eiffel Tower observation deck tour, show theater, shops, and buffet.

Map of the Venetian showing both upper and lower levels including the locations of the St. Mark's Square, indoor and outdoor gondola rides, Galleria hall (painted ceilings), and shops.

Most hotels have maps of their resort complex showing the locations of all of the shops, restaurants, services, and facilities. Ask the desk clerk or concierge for one when you check in.