Illustrator Map Naples Italy

Naples, located in southern Italy, is a historic city with a rich cultural heritage. Its urban layout is characterized by a mix of narrow streets, historic buildings, and a vibrant atmosphere. A general overview of Naples’ principal waterways, bridges, and main streets.

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Principal Waterways:

  1. Gulf of Naples: Naples is situated along the Gulf of Naples, providing stunning views of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
  2. Port of Naples: A major seaport that serves as a gateway for maritime activities and transportation.


  1. Santa Lucia Bridge: Connecting the historic Santa Lucia neighborhood to the rest of the city, this bridge spans a canal and offers picturesque views.
  2. Margherita Bridge (also known as Umberto I Bridge): Located near the main train station, this bridge crosses the railway tracks and connects different parts of the city.
  3. Via Marina Bridge: Spanning the Via Marina street, this bridge is part of the city’s infrastructure.

Main Streets:

  1. Spaccanapoli: Literally translating to “Naples splitter,” Spaccanapoli is a narrow, bustling street that cuts through the historic center, dividing it into two halves. It is lined with shops, cafes, and historic buildings.
  2. Via Toledo: One of Naples’ main shopping streets, Via Toledo is a lively thoroughfare connecting Piazza Dante to the Spanish Quarter. It’s known for its shops, restaurants, and theaters.
  3. Via dei Tribunali: Another important street in the historic center, Via dei Tribunali is known for its historic significance, ancient churches, and traditional pizzerias.
  4. Via Chiaia: This elegant street is renowned for its upscale shopping, boutiques, and cultural attractions.

Additional Points of Interest:

  1. Piazza del Plebiscito: A grand square surrounded by important buildings such as the Royal Palace, the Basilica of San Francesco di Paola, and the Palazzo Salerno.
  2. Spaghetti Street (Via dei Spaghi): Famous for its numerous pasta shops and traditional Neapolitan pasta-making techniques.

Naples’ layout is a mix of ancient and modern elements, and exploring its streets and landmarks provides a unique glimpse into its rich history and vibrant culture. When exploring the city, be sure to also enjoy the local cuisine, which includes the famous Neapolitan pizza.

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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