Vancouver Canada editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Vancouver Canada 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.

Vancouver Canada editable vector map svg free

Vancouver Canada editable vector map svg free

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Vancouver, Canada, is known for its diverse and vibrant neighborhoods, each with its own unique character. Here are some of the principal streets, roads, and city districts of Vancouver:

Principal Streets and Roads:

  1. Granville Street:
    • A major thoroughfare running through the city, Granville Street is known for its bustling entertainment district, shopping, and nightlife.
  2. Robson Street:
    • Famous for its shopping and dining options, Robson Street is one of the city’s most popular streets for both locals and tourists.
  3. Davie Street:
    • Located in the West End, Davie Street is known for its vibrant LGBTQ+ community, eclectic shops, and lively bars and restaurants.
  4. Main Street:
    • Running north-south, Main Street is known for its trendy boutiques, coffee shops, and diverse dining options, particularly in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood.
  5. Commercial Drive:
    • Often referred to as “The Drive,” this street is known for its multicultural vibe, diverse eateries, and bohemian atmosphere.
  6. Broadway (West and East):
    • An important east-west arterial road, Broadway is a key commercial corridor with various shops, restaurants, and business offices.
  7. Cambie Street:
    • Known for its shopping and the Cambie Village area, this street is also notable for the Canada Line SkyTrain, which runs along it.
  8. Georgia Street:
    • A major east-west route, Georgia Street runs through downtown Vancouver and is home to many of the city’s landmarks and high-rise buildings.
  9. Burrard Street:
    • Another important north-south street, Burrard Street features iconic buildings, luxury hotels, and the Burrard Bridge.

City Districts:

  1. Downtown Vancouver:
    • The city’s central business district, Downtown Vancouver is home to many of the city’s tallest buildings, major cultural institutions, and attractions like Canada Place and Stanley Park.
  2. West End:
    • A densely populated residential neighborhood known for its proximity to Stanley Park, English Bay, and its vibrant LGBTQ+ community along Davie Street.
  3. Yaletown:
    • A trendy, upscale neighborhood with a mix of modern residential towers and historic warehouses, Yaletown is known for its chic restaurants, bars, and waterfront parks.
  4. Gastown:
    • The historic heart of Vancouver, Gastown features cobblestone streets, heritage buildings, and the famous Gastown Steam Clock.
  5. Chinatown:
    • One of the oldest and largest Chinatowns in North America, Vancouver’s Chinatown is rich in history and culture, offering traditional markets, eateries, and heritage buildings.
  6. Kitsilano (Kits):
    • A laid-back residential area known for its beautiful beaches, outdoor activities, and vibrant shopping and dining along West 4th Avenue.
  7. Mount Pleasant:
    • An up-and-coming neighborhood known for its artsy vibe, independent shops, breweries, and the vibrant Main Street.
  8. South Granville:
    • A shopping district with a mix of high-end boutiques, galleries, and restaurants, South Granville runs along Granville Street south of the downtown core.
  9. Coal Harbour:
    • A waterfront neighborhood with luxury condos, marinas, and scenic views of the North Shore mountains and Stanley Park.
  10. Commercial Drive (The Drive):
    • Located in the Grandview-Woodland area, this district is known for its multicultural atmosphere, lively arts scene, and diverse food options.

These streets and districts contribute to Vancouver’s dynamic and cosmopolitan character, making it a vibrant place to live and visit.

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.