Illustrator Map Spain full

Spain is a diverse and geographically varied country with a rich cultural heritage. Here is a brief description of some of its principal cities, notable waterways, and main roads:

Principal Cities:

  1. Madrid: The capital and largest city of Spain, located in the heart of the country. Known for its cultural attractions, historic sites, and vibrant nightlife.
  2. Barcelona: Located on the northeastern coast, Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and is famous for its unique architecture, including the works of Antoni Gaudí.
  3. Valencia: Situated on the eastern coast, Valencia is known for its futuristic City of Arts and Sciences, beautiful beaches, and the lively Turia Gardens.
  4. Seville: In the southern part of the country, Seville is renowned for its historic Moorish architecture, the Alcazar, and the iconic Giralda tower.
  5. Bilbao: Located in the Basque Country in the north, Bilbao is known for the Guggenheim Museum, which is a masterpiece of modern architecture.
  6. Granada: Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Granada is famous for the Alhambra, a stunning palace and fortress complex.
  7. Zaragoza: Situated in the northeast, Zaragoza is known for its rich history, including the Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar and the Aljafería Palace.


  1. Tagus River (Río Tajo): The longest river on the Iberian Peninsula, flowing through Spain and Portugal. It passes through the capital, Madrid.
  2. Ebro River (Río Ebro): The second longest river in Spain, flowing from the Cantabrian Mountains to the Mediterranean Sea, passing through cities like Zaragoza.
  3. Guadalquivir River: The major river of Andalusia, flowing through Seville and other cities in southern Spain.
  4. Duero River (Río Duero): Flowing from the mountains of northern Spain to Portugal, it forms part of the border between the two countries.

Main Roads:

  1. Autovía and Autopista Network: Spain has an extensive network of highways, known as autovías and autopistas, connecting major cities and regions.
  2. AP-7 (Autopista del Mediterráneo): A major toll highway along the eastern coast, connecting cities like Barcelona and Valencia.
  3. A-1 (Autovía del Norte): A significant north-south highway connecting Madrid with cities in northern Spain.
  4. A-4 (Autovía del Sur): Links Madrid with Andalusia in the south, passing through cities like Cordoba and Seville.
  5. A-6 (Autovía del Noroeste): Connects Madrid with the northwest region, passing through cities like Segovia and León.
  6. A-3 (Autovía del Este): Connects Madrid with the eastern part of Spain, passing through Valencia.

These are just a few highlights, and Spain has a well-developed transportation infrastructure that includes high-speed trains, airports, and an extensive network of roads and highways.

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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