The chronological list of places in The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents is short because it all takes place in Bad Blintz. The alphabetical list is likewise concise.
Überwald – Home to many werewolf, vampires, Igors, and other races. Homeland of Angua and Cheery.
Sto Lat – A small city in the Sto Plains, first mentioned in passing in Equal Rites. Home of King Olerve and Princess Keli.
Pseudopolis – A major city on the Disc. In The Colour of Magic, Death is headed there because of the white plague striking the city. Home of Eric.
Bad Blintz – In Uberwald. Maurice and his Educated Rodents spend some interesting time there.
Furry Bottom – Where Mr. Bunnsy has an adventure.
Rathaus, The (Bad Blintz) – Like a town hall, where the (educated) rats and humans (and cat) of Bad Blintz came to an agreement.
Ratcatchers’ Guild – Mr Pounder was a member. Wee Mad Arthur was not.
Scrote – One-horse town in the Sto Plains where The Band with Rocks In once played.
Dark Wood – Ratty Rupert advises never to go there.
Guild of Musicians – To which Imp y Celyn and friends were denied membership.
Acme Poison Company – The rat catchers in Bad Blintz had a calendar from this establishment.
Quirm – A city near Ankh-Morpork, not to be confused with Chirm. Probably.
Porkrhinz – In which, reportedly, a piper led all the kids out of town.
Übergurgl – Dick Livingstone became Lord Mayor there because his cat was so good at catching…pigeons.
Blue Cabbage – In Bad Blintz. Run by Mrs. Shover. Serves breakfast, possibly more.
Klatch – Land of deserts and some jungles. Also the source of the phrase, “Pardon my Klatchian.” The country of Klatch is on the continent of Klatch.
Mintz – Its tax gatherer was once mistaken for a headless horseman.
Klotz – Where vampires die if you put a lemon in their mouth…after you cut their head off.
Lancre – A small kingdom in the Ramtops. Home of Nanny Ogg and several other witches and wizards.
Bonk – Properly pronounced Be-yonk. In Uberwald, home to Lady Margolotta, the werewolf clan of Baron Guye von Uberwald, the dwarf Low King, Captain Tantony, and the (nearby) Schmaltzberg fat mines. Not a major tourist attraction.
River Street (Bad Blintz) – One of the streets in town known to receive multilingual signage – human and rat.
Rat Museum – Presumably in Bad Blintz, which is all you need to know.