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Frankfurt am Main - guide chapters
Moving around in Germany - transportation
Besides trains, you can travel inside cities and regions by bus. The transport runs on time. At the stops, there are special screens, which display the time before the arrival of a particular bus. You can buy a ticket for the trip in the vending machine at almost every stop. Tickets are disposable; you can buy one for a week and even for a month, which allows you to save considerably. The subway system of large cities is simple and straightforward. Everywhere there are schemes of intersection of subway lines, so it’s difficult to get confused here. You can also call for a taxi, but note that this is one of the most expensive means of transport. Taxi services are urban and intercity ones. If the trip inside the city may not be that expensive, the journey between the cities will result in a large sum. There are several international airlines in Germany; they are based in large cities. The cost of a flight by different airlines on a particular day can vary. Germanwings is considered the most money-saving for tourists.
Economy roadmap of Germany
The infrastructure of the country is at the high level. The roads and railways cover all regions of the country; modern seaports are set in Hamburg and Bremen. Innovative developments and technologies are used in the transport sphere. The agrocomplex is also actively developing. Livestock significantly prevails over plant growing. The reason for this were resource-saving trends, which appeared for the first time back in 1980. The sectoral structure of the entire German economy is based on three main points. Agriculture accounts for less than one percent, and industry makes about 30%. The largest revenue to the country is brought by the services sector; it’s about 69%. Despite this, the very development of the service sector in Germany is slightly lower than in other developed countries. In particular, there are very few jobs in this sphere. On a global scale, Germany provides international financial and banking services. Tourism is well-developed too.