Coventry UK City Vector Map

Coventry is a historic city in the West Midlands region of England. The city has a rich history, but it was heavily bombed during World War II, leading to significant post-war reconstruction and development. As a result, many of its streets have a mix of historic and modern architecture. Here are some of the principal streets and areas in Coventry:

  1. Broadgate: Broadgate is the heart of Coventry’s city center. It’s a bustling pedestrianized square surrounded by shops, cafes, and historic buildings. This is where many of the city’s events and festivities take place.
  2. High Street: Running through the city center, High Street is a major shopping area with a variety of stores and restaurants. It connects Broadgate to the Cathedral Lanes Shopping Center.
  3. Hertford Street: Hertford Street is known for its nightlife and entertainment options, with numerous bars and clubs. It’s located just off Broadgate.
  4. Jordan Well: This street is home to Coventry University, and you’ll find various university buildings, student accommodations, and facilities in this area.
  5. Spon Street: Spon Street is a well-preserved medieval street with historic timber-framed buildings, some of which have been converted into charming shops and restaurants.
  6. Smithford Way: A shopping street with various retail outlets and access to West Orchards Shopping Centre.
  7. Gosford Street: This street runs through the eastern part of the city and is home to part of Coventry University, including the Coventry University Hospital.
  8. The Burges: A historic area with timber-framed buildings and independent shops. It’s located near Coventry’s Transport Museum.
  9. Corporation Street: This street is one of the main thoroughfares in the city and connects the city center with the ring road. It’s lined with various shops and businesses.
  10. Jubilee Crescent: Located in the Radford area, Jubilee Crescent is known for its local shops and services, serving the surrounding residential neighborhoods.
  11. Cathedral Lane: This area near Coventry Cathedral has a mix of shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions, making it a popular spot for both residents and tourists.
  12. Ringway: Coventry’s inner ring road encircles the city center and connects to various arterial roads. It provides easy access to different parts of the city.
  13. Queens Road: A major road running through the city, connecting areas like Earlsdon and Stoke to the city center.
  14. Earlsdon Street: Located in the Earlsdon area, this street is known for its independent shops, cafes, and a village-like atmosphere.

Please note that Coventry is a dynamic city, and its urban landscape is continually evolving. While these are some of the principal streets and areas, new developments and changes may have occurred since my last knowledge update in January 2023. It’s always a good idea to check for the most current information if you plan to visit or explore Coventry.

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.

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