Illustrator Map Bergen Norway

Bergen, Norway, is a picturesque city with a rich history and stunning natural surroundings. The city’s layout is characterized by a combination of narrow streets, historic buildings, and waterfront areas. Here are some of the principal streets and roads in Bergen:

  1. Torgallmenningen: This is Bergen’s main square and one of the busiest areas in the city. It’s a central meeting point and a hub for shopping, dining, and entertainment.
  2. Strøget: Strøget is a popular pedestrian street lined with shops, boutiques, and cafes. It connects Torgallmenningen with the historic Bryggen wharf.
  3. Bryggen: This iconic area is a UNESCO World Heritage site and features colorful, wooden buildings along the waterfront. The narrow, cobbled streets of Bryggen are filled with shops, galleries, and restaurants.
  4. Vågsallmenningen: Another important square in Bergen, Vågsallmenningen is surrounded by shops and cafes. It is close to the Fish Market (Fisketorget) and the harbor.
  5. Marken: Marken is a charming street in Bergen with traditional houses and shops. It is a great place for a leisurely stroll, lined with shops selling various goods.
  6. Nygårdsgaten: This street runs through the heart of Bergen and is known for its shops, restaurants, and cultural institutions. The Bergen Museum is located along Nygårdsgaten.
  7. Lars Hilles gate: This street is located near the railway station and serves as a transportation hub. It connects the city center with the residential areas and has various amenities.
  8. Christies gate: Another notable street in Bergen, Christies gate, is home to several shops, cafes, and historic buildings. It runs parallel to Nygårdsgaten.
  9. Kong Oscars gate: Located in the city center, this street is known for its mix of shops and eateries. It is close to the Bergen Art Museum and the University of Bergen.
  10. Sandviken: While not a single street, the Sandviken area is worth exploring. It’s a charming neighborhood with narrow streets and traditional wooden houses, offering a glimpse into Bergen’s past.

Remember that Bergen is a compact city, and many of its streets are pedestrian-friendly. Exploring on foot is a great way to take in the city’s atmosphere and discover its hidden gems. Additionally, Bergen is surrounded by beautiful nature, including mountains and fjords, making it a unique and captivating destination.

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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