Illustrator Map Split Croatia

Split, Croatia is a historic city located on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea. It is known for its well-preserved Roman architecture and is a popular tourist destination. Here’s a brief description of some of its principal waterways, bridges, and main streets:

  1. Riva Promenade: Riva is the main waterfront promenade in Split, offering stunning views of the sea and nearby islands. Lined with palm trees, cafes, and restaurants, it’s a popular spot for locals and visitors alike.
  2. Diocletian’s Palace: While not a traditional waterway, Diocletian’s Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a major landmark in Split. It was built as a retirement residence for the Roman Emperor Diocletian and now forms the core of the city’s historical center.
  3. Marjan Hill: This is a park-covered hill situated on the western part of Split peninsula, offering panoramic views of the city, surrounding islands, and the Adriatic Sea. There are walking and biking trails that lead to various viewpoints.
  4. Peristil Square: Located within Diocletian’s Palace, Peristil is a central square surrounded by impressive Roman columns and arches. It serves as an open-air venue for cultural events and concerts.
  5. Marmontova Street: This is one of the main shopping streets in Split. Lined with shops, boutiques, and cafes, it connects the Riva Promenade with the northern gates of Diocletian’s Palace.
  6. Split Harbor: The harbor is a bustling area with ferry terminals, connecting Split to various Adriatic islands and other coastal cities. It’s a vital transportation hub and a gateway to the Dalmatian archipelago.
  7. Matejuška: This is a small fishing harbor located southwest of Diocletian’s Palace. It’s a charming area with colorful fishing boats, seafood restaurants, and a vibrant atmosphere.
  8. St. Domnius Cathedral and Bell Tower: While not a street or waterway, this cathedral is a significant architectural landmark. Climbing the bell tower provides breathtaking views of the city and the surrounding area.
  9. Iron Gate (Željezna vrata): This is one of the four original entrances to Diocletian’s Palace and serves as a connection between the Riva Promenade and Peristil Square.
  10. Jadranska Avenue: This is a coastal road that runs along the northern part of the city, offering scenic views of the Adriatic Sea.

While Split may not have an extensive network of canals like some other European cities, its historical landmarks, vibrant streets, and proximity to the Adriatic Sea contribute to its unique charm and appeal.

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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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