Genoa Italy City Vector Map

Genoa, the capital of the Liguria region in northern Italy, is a city with a rich history and a complex urban layout due to its hilly terrain and historic development.  Here are some key streets and roads in Genoa:

  1. Via Garibaldi: Formerly known as Strada Nuova, this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site lined with beautiful Renaissance and Baroque palaces. It is one of the most important streets in the historical center.
  2. Corso Italia: This is a major boulevard along the waterfront with shops, restaurants, and a scenic view of the sea. It’s a popular place for both locals and tourists to stroll.
  3. Via XX Settembre: A bustling street in the city center, known for its shopping, cafes, and theaters. It is one of the main shopping streets in Genoa.
  4. Via San Lorenzo: Located in the historic center, this street is home to the San Lorenzo Cathedral and is surrounded by narrow alleys and charming squares.
  5. Via Balbi: Another important street in the city center, famous for the Palazzo Reale and the University of Genoa.
  6. Salita San Matteo: A charming narrow alley leading to the church of San Matteo and surrounded by medieval buildings. It’s a picturesque spot in the historic center.
  7. Vico delle Carrozze: This is a typical narrow Genoese alley with colorful buildings, leading to the Piazza de Ferrari.
  8. Via Roma: Connecting the Piazza de Ferrari to the Brignole train station, Via Roma is a busy street with shops, cafes, and a mix of architectural styles.
  9. Via di Canneto il Lungo: A steep and picturesque street in the historic center, known for its medieval charm and historic buildings.
  10. Viale Caviglia: This avenue is located in the western part of the city and is known for its green spaces, parks, and residential areas.

These are just a few examples, and there are many more streets and alleys worth exploring in Genoa. The city’s historic center, with its narrow streets, hidden squares, and historic landmarks, is particularly charming and reflects the rich history of Genoa as a maritime and trade hub.

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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