Tourist maps are cartographic representations of various topics in the tourist area, which are directly related to space. They can be grouped according to different criteria, according to their display properties or areas, which contain all possible types and possibilities of defining tourist sites of interest. Tourist map means a geographical map designed for tourists. A specific requirement for tourist maps is that they are clearly drawn and legible using international symbols. General purpose tourist maps, as opposed to specialized ones, include common geographical features: road networks, population centers, rivers, lakes, forests and land relief, items of particular tourist interest, including architectural and historical sites, national parks, museums, hotels, tourist centers, camping destinations.
Such maps are used to familiarize the tourist with his / her destination and provide information on possible routes for certain eg sights. In terms of territorial scope and presentation of data, general purpose maps, this category can be divided into tourist maps of the region, tour maps, and city plans. Tourist maps of the region (with scales ranging from 1: 200,000 to 1: 1,000,000) may be about the region as a whole or show individual territorial-administrative units or geographical areas of particular interest to tourists. Tour maps show a schematic narrower view of data for tour itineraries (foot routes, ski routes, hiking routes, hiking routes, road routes or rail routes, or a combination of these). Maps that indicate specific routes are usually in a scale ranging from 1: 100,000 to 1: 400,000; and
certain routes on a smaller scale. City plans for tourist use may be individually published maps, or may be issued to supplement brochures. Specialized maps for use by tourists; they serve as advertisements for tourism and a marketing tool for publicizing vacations, sightseeing or tourist attractions. Some tourist maps may focus on a specific theme, eg architectural landmarks. Trading maps are a popular form of promotional material that tourists can get for free at information centers. Typically, a map or map of a wider area of a city or municipality is printed on the front, and a city center with prominent landmarks is also printed on the other. The pages are glued into blocks of 50, 100 or more copies. We usually produce trading cards in A3 format, and the content is fully customized for the customer.