Italy on handy size road maps from Litografia Artistica Cartografica (LAC), each covering an administrative province, with more minor local roads and tracks than can be found on most regional maps. The series is gradually being changed to a new style of digitally derived cartography, so presentation of adjoining titles may vary.
*All the maps* have hill shading to represent the general relief with spot heights for selected peaks, and show a few more local roads and rough tracks than the other road map series. Intermediate road distances are indicated. Regional, provincial and communal borders are marked, and railways, funiculars, airports, sea ferry links and campsites are shown. The legend is in Italian only.
The *new, digitally produced editions* are indexed and have improved, more finely drawn cartography: the hill-shading is less bold, motorway service areas are marked, natural parks are highlighted and an expanded range of symbols indicates various landmarks and sites, e.g. antiquities, churches, etc. Two styles of the new cartography are produced, differing only in the colour of the predominant background shading: grey or yellow/green. Some of the new editions include geographical coordinates for the map corners. The index of localities is on the reverse.
*Please see individual descriptions for information on which type of cartography is used in the map.*