Map Victoria Canada for Printing

A general overview of the districts, communities, and main streets in Victoria, Canada. 

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  1. Downtown Victoria:
    • The heart of the city, featuring historic architecture, government buildings, shopping centers, and a vibrant waterfront.
    • Notable areas include Inner Harbour, Bastion Square, and Centennial Square.
  2. James Bay:
    • Located south of downtown, James Bay is a residential area known for its historic homes, Beacon Hill Park, and proximity to the ocean.
  3. Oak Bay:
    • An affluent residential area east of downtown, known for its upscale homes, scenic coastline, and the Victoria Golf Club.
  4. Fernwood:
    • A charming neighborhood with a mix of historic and modern homes, diverse shops, and a strong sense of community.
  5. Cook Street Village:
    • A popular area with a village atmosphere, offering a variety of shops, cafes, and restaurants along Cook Street.
  6. Chinatown:
    • One of the oldest Chinatowns in North America, with a rich history, traditional architecture, and a vibrant cultural scene.
  7. Fairfield:
    • A residential area featuring leafy streets, parks, and the famous Dallas Road waterfront with stunning views.
  8. Esquimalt:
    • Located west of downtown, Esquimalt is known for its naval base, parks, and waterfront areas.


  1. University of Victoria (UVic):
    • A community centered around the University of Victoria campus, offering academic facilities, student housing, and recreational spaces.
  2. Royal Roads University:
    • Located in Colwood, west of Victoria, Royal Roads University has a beautiful campus with historic Hatley Castle.

Main Streets:

  1. Government Street:
    • Runs through downtown Victoria and is lined with shops, restaurants, and historic sites. It’s a popular spot for both locals and tourists.
  2. Fort Street:
    • Another main street in downtown Victoria, known for its historic architecture, boutique shops, and a mix of dining options.
  3. Douglas Street:
    • A major thoroughfare connecting downtown Victoria to the northern suburbs, featuring commercial areas and various services.
  4. Broad Street:
    • Running parallel to Government Street, Broad Street is home to several shops, businesses, and is part of the downtown core.
  5. Pandora Avenue:
    • Connecting downtown to the Bay Street Bridge, Pandora Avenue is known for its eclectic mix of shops and eateries.

Keep in mind that developments and changes can occur, so it’s recommended to check for the latest information and updates from local sources if you’re planning a visit or seeking detailed information on specific areas.

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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