Present here is an infographic isometric map of a city. That is to say, the layout of a city is represented two-dimensionally. It gives out as much information as possible to the user. An isometric map depicts three-dimensional objects like buildings, trees, etc two-dimensionally. Isometric maps maintain lengths on the map. In this particular image, buildings, roads, trees, houses, etc are represented two-dimensionally. In addition to this, the image carries a lot of information about the map. Icons A, B, C, and D represent information on the four different corners of the city. Isometric maps are appealing and attractive to a consumer. They make for an easy understanding of a user. At one glance, the plan of an entire city can be understood clearly.