Illustrator Map Belgrade Serbia

Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is a city with a rich history and diverse urban layout. The city is situated at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, and its road network reflects its historical development and strategic location. Here is an overview of some principal streets and roads in Belgrade:

  1. Knez Mihailova Street (Knez Mihailova ulica):
    • Often referred to as the “main street” of Belgrade, Knez Mihailova is a bustling pedestrian zone filled with shops, cafes, and historical buildings. It connects Terazije Square and Kalemegdan Fortress, offering a vibrant atmosphere and architectural charm.
  2. Terazije Square (Trg Terazije):
    • A central square in Belgrade, Terazije Square is a hub of activity. It’s surrounded by important buildings such as the Hotel Moskva and the Terazije Fountain.
  3. Kalemegdan Fortress and Kalemegdan Park:
    • This historic fortress is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers and provides a stunning view of the city. Kalemegdan Park surrounds the fortress, offering a peaceful escape from the urban hustle.
  4. Slavija Square (Trg Slavija):
    • One of the major squares in Belgrade, Slavija Square is a transportation hub with several important streets converging. It features a large roundabout and the iconic Hotel Slavija.
  5. Vasilija Ostroškog Street:
    • This street is known for its concentration of embassies and diplomatic residences. It intersects with several other important streets, contributing to its significance in the city.
  6. Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra (King Alexander Boulevard):
    • One of the longest and most important streets in Belgrade, Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra stretches from the city center to the northern parts of the city. It is lined with shops, restaurants, and cultural institutions.
  7. Autokomanda:
    • Autokomanda is a major traffic intersection and a transportation hub. It is an important point where several key roads converge.
  8. Ada Bridge (Most na Adi):
    • Connecting the municipalities of Cukarica and New Belgrade, the Ada Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge over the Sava River, providing a crucial link between different parts of the city.
  9. Nikola Tesla Boulevard:
    • Named after the famous inventor, Nikola Tesla Boulevard is a significant road in Belgrade, hosting various businesses, residential areas, and cultural institutions.
  10. E-75 Highway:
    • This is a major European route that passes through Belgrade. It connects the city with other parts of Serbia and the broader European road network.

Please note that the status and significance of roads can change over time due to urban development and infrastructure projects. For the latest and most accurate information, it’s advisable to consult local maps or navigation tools.

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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