Two experiments examined the hypothesis that constructing spatial representation and making inference from it with route description requires text continuity. Participants read the spatial text and answered true/false questions about it. In Experiment 1, we transposed sentences in a spatial text, and in Experiment 2, we inserted irrelevant tasks into a spatial text. The results showed that performance in a route perspective decreases when text has lost its continuity. This decrease in performance was not found in a survey perspective. These results indicate the continuous nature of route perspective, not only at the surface level of description but also at the level of cognitive processing.