A general overview of the principal waterways, bridges, and main streets in Victoria, Canada. Vectormap.Net provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date vector maps in Adobe Illustrator, PDF and other formats, designed for editing and printing. Please read the vector map descriptions carefully.
- Inner Harbour: The Inner Harbour is a prominent water body in downtown Victoria, surrounded by historic buildings, shops, and restaurants. It is a hub for various recreational activities, including boating and seaplane tours.
- Gorge Waterway: This scenic waterway extends from Victoria’s Inner Harbour to the Selkirk Trestle. The Gorge Waterway Park along its shores provides walking and biking trails.
- Portage Inlet: Located northwest of downtown Victoria, Portage Inlet is another picturesque waterway surrounded by residential areas and parks.
- Johnson Street Bridge: This iconic blue bridge spans the Inner Harbour and connects downtown Victoria to the neighborhoods of Vic West.
- Selkirk Trestle: Originally a railway bridge, the Selkirk Trestle is now a pedestrian and cycling bridge crossing the Gorge Waterway, connecting Selkirk Water and Banfield Park.
- Point Ellice Bridge: Also known as the Bay Street Bridge, it spans the upper end of the Inner Harbour and connects downtown Victoria to the residential areas of James Bay and Fairfield.
- Government Street: Government Street is one of the main streets in downtown Victoria, known for its historic architecture, shops, restaurants, and attractions such as the Royal BC Museum.
- Douglas Street: Running north-south through the city, Douglas Street is a major thoroughfare with a mix of retail, office buildings, and hotels. The street connects downtown Victoria with areas to the north.
- Fort Street: Fort Street is another significant street in downtown Victoria, lined with shops, galleries, and historic sites. It intersects with Government Street and extends eastward.
- Pandora Avenue: Pandora Avenue is known for its diverse range of businesses, including shops, cafes, and cultural establishments. It intersects with Government Street and runs east-west.
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