National Geographic Alps Adventure Travel Map

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An invaluable tool for travelers, the National Geographic Alps Adventure travel map helps you explore the iconic mountain range that stretches across 8 European countries.


  • Front side of the map covers the western portion of the region from Grenoble, France and Geneva, Switzerland south to Milan, Italy and east to the western border of Austria
  • It also includes the countries of Liechtenstein and Monaco, and the cities of Torino and Zurich; the Mediterranean coast is shown from Cannes, France to Genoa, Italy
  • The eastern side of the map covers Munich, Germany in the north to Vicenza, Italy in the south, and reaches to Trieste, Italy and the borders of Croatia and Hungary
  • The cities of Vienna, Innsbruck, Treviso and Ljubljana are also included
  • Expertly crafted map includes the locations of thousands of cities and towns with an index for easily locating them
  • Includes a clearly marked road network complete with distances and designations for motorways, dual carriageways, trunk roads, main roads and minor roads
  • Seasonal road closures are noted
  • Clearly indicates national parks, botanical gardens, castles, churches, hot springs, archaeological sites, spas, museums and other points of interest
  • Printed on durable synthetic paper, making the map waterproof, tear-resistant and tough; capable of withstanding the rigors of international travel
  • Folded map measures 9.25 x 4.25 in.; opens to 37.5 x 25.5 in.

Made in USA.

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Technical Specs

Best Use


Folded Dimensions

9.25 x 4.25 inches

Unfolded Dimensions

37.75 x 25.5 inches

Map Scale


Double Sided





National Geographic

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