Lugano Switzerland editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Lugano Switzerland in SVG format.
Can be edited in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, InkScape
Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

Lugano Switzerland editable vector map svg free

Lugano Switzerland editable vector map svg free

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Lugano, Switzerland, a picturesque city located in the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino, features a charming mix of urban sophistication and natural beauty. The city is known for its stunning lakeside views, cultural heritage, and vibrant financial district. Here are some of the principal streets, roads, and city districts in Lugano:

Principal Streets and Roads:

  1. Via Nassa: One of the most famous and elegant shopping streets in Lugano, featuring luxury boutiques, jewelers, and high-end shops. It’s located in the city center near the lakeshore.
  2. Corso Elvezia: A major thoroughfare that runs through the city, connecting different parts of Lugano. It’s an important street for both commercial and residential areas.
  3. Viale Cattaneo: A significant road that provides access to various parts of the city, including the central business district. It is lined with trees and historic buildings.
  4. Via Pioda: This street is known for its proximity to educational institutions and some governmental buildings. It also connects to the main train station.
  5. Via San Gottardo: A busy street that stretches from the city center towards the north, passing through several residential and commercial zones.
  6. Via Clemente Maraini: Located close to the lake, this street offers scenic views and is home to many upscale residences and hotels.
  7. Via Trevano: This road connects the central part of Lugano to the northern districts and is a key route for commuters.
  8. Lungolago: The lakeside road that offers stunning views of Lake Lugano and is popular for leisure walks, cycling, and recreational activities.

City Districts:

  1. Centro: The heart of Lugano, Centro includes the main shopping streets, historic landmarks, and the primary business and financial districts. It is the cultural and commercial hub of the city.
  2. Paradiso: A district located to the south of the city center, known for its luxury apartments, hotels, and the beautiful lakeside promenade.
  3. Cassarete: A residential area that offers a mix of housing options, parks, and local amenities. It is situated on the hills overlooking the lake, providing excellent views.
  4. Viganello: Located to the east of the city center, Viganello is a diverse district with residential buildings, schools, and local businesses. It’s also home to the University of Lugano.
  5. Breganzona: A more suburban area to the west of the city, Breganzona features residential neighborhoods, green spaces, and a quieter atmosphere compared to the bustling city center.
  6. Pregassona: Situated to the north of Lugano, this district is predominantly residential and offers a mix of modern and traditional housing.
  7. Massagno: A district that is technically its own municipality but is often considered part of the greater Lugano area. It features residential areas, local shops, and community services.
  8. Loreto: A district located close to the city center, known for its beautiful church (Chiesa di Loreto) and residential areas. It provides easy access to both the city center and the lakefront.

Each of these areas contributes to the unique character of Lugano, combining urban amenities with the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape.

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.