Illustrator Map Aquitaine France

The Aquitaine region is located in southwestern France. Here is a general description of the principal waterways and railroads in the Aquitaine region:


  1. Garonne River:
    • The Garonne River is a major waterway in the Aquitaine region. It flows through the city of Bordeaux, one of the region’s largest cities, before continuing into the Atlantic Ocean.
    • The river is navigable, and its estuary, known as the Gironde Estuary, is an important water route for maritime traffic.
  2. Dordogne River:
    • The Dordogne River is another significant watercourse in Aquitaine. It flows through the eastern part of the region, eventually joining the Garonne River near Bordeaux.
    • The Dordogne Valley is known for its scenic landscapes and picturesque towns.
  3. Atlantic Coast:
    • The coastline along the Bay of Biscay and the Atlantic Ocean is also a vital element in Aquitaine’s transportation network, supporting ports and maritime activities.


  1. Main Railway Lines:
    • Bordeaux is a major railway hub in the Aquitaine region, with several main railway lines converging in the city. These lines connect Bordeaux with other major cities in France and neighboring countries.
  2. High-Speed Rail (TGV):
    • The high-speed train network, known as the TGV (Train à Grande Vitesse), serves Bordeaux. The LGV Atlantique high-speed rail line connects Bordeaux with Paris and other cities.
  3. Regional Rail Services:
    • The Aquitaine region is served by regional rail services that connect smaller towns and cities. These services play a crucial role in local transportation.
  4. Bordeaux-Saint-Jean Station:
    • Bordeaux-Saint-Jean is the main railway station in Bordeaux, serving as a central hub for both domestic and international train services.
  5. Transport Infrastructure Improvements:
    • Over the years, there have been ongoing efforts to improve and modernize rail infrastructure in the region, including the development of high-speed rail connections to enhance transportation efficiency.
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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