Geneve Switzerland editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Geneve Switzerland in SVG format.
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Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

Geneve Switzerland editable vector map svg free

Geneve Switzerland editable vector map svg free

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Geneva, Switzerland, is known for its vibrant and diverse neighborhoods, well-maintained streets, and significant roads. Here are some of the principal streets, roads, and city districts in Geneva:

Principal Streets and Roads

  1. Rue du Rhône: A major shopping street known for luxury boutiques and high-end stores.
  2. Rue de la Confédération: Another important commercial street in the city center.
  3. Rue de Rive: A bustling street with a variety of shops and cafes.
  4. Boulevard Georges-Favon: A key thoroughfare in the city center.
  5. Boulevard des Tranchées: Connects the city center to the Eaux-Vives district.
  6. Quai du Mont-Blanc: Runs along the north side of Lake Geneva, offering stunning views of the lake and the Jet d’Eau.
  7. Quai Gustave-Ador: Runs along the south side of Lake Geneva, also offering beautiful lake views.
  8. Route de Chêne: Connects Geneva to the neighboring town of Chêne-Bougeries.
  9. Route de Lausanne: A major road leading to the northern suburbs and the city of Lausanne.

City Districts

  1. Centre Ville (City Center):
    • Vieille Ville (Old Town): Historic center with cobbled streets, St. Peter’s Cathedral, and numerous museums.
    • Rues Basses: Main shopping district including Rue du Rhône and Rue de la Confédération.
  2. Eaux-Vives: Located along the south side of Lake Geneva, known for the Parc des Eaux-Vives and the Jet d’Eau.
  3. Les Pâquis: A diverse and lively area north of the city center, known for its nightlife, international restaurants, and the Paquis Baths.
  4. Plainpalais: A student-friendly district with the University of Geneva, numerous bars, and the Plaine de Plainpalais, which hosts a flea market.
  5. Carouge: A charming district with Italian influences, known for its bohemian atmosphere, artisan shops, and lively cafes.
  6. Servette: A residential area with parks and sports facilities, including the Stade de Genève.
  7. Champel: An upscale residential neighborhood with beautiful parks and views over the Arve River.
  8. Petit-Saconnex: A district with many international organizations, embassies, and the United Nations Office at Geneva.
  9. Grottes-Saint-Gervais: Known for its alternative vibe, colorful buildings, and cultural diversity.
  10. Acacias: An industrial and commercial district that is undergoing significant redevelopment.

These streets and districts make up the vibrant and cosmopolitan fabric of Geneva, offering a mix of historical charm, modern amenities, and international flair.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.