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Moving around in Switzerland - transportation
The first railway in Europe has appeared in Switzerland. To this day, it is considered one of the best. The train schedule here is precisely coordinated. Even if several transfers are necessary, the passenger does not have to wait more than 30 minutes between the trains. Absolutely all the cities of Switzerland are connected by rail. This is why most tourists and local residents use this type of transport in the country. Some tourists, who are not limited in money, prefer to rent a car. Despite the size of the country, there are lots of great highways with a magnificent road surface. At the same time, there is a fee for riding them that is about 45 francs. Air transport in the country also deserves a praise. The largest airline in Switzerland is SWISS, but, in addition to it, there are dozens of private ones. Buses run to each airport on a schedule. Air transport is in demand among travelers only in the case of foreign flights, since the land transport is already well developed in Switzerland.
Economy roadmap of Switzerland
About 75 percent of all working-age population of Switzerland works in the sphere of tourist services. Hospitality takes its roots from this country. Annually, only about 10 million tourists come to the Alps, and the cost of rest is considered high enough. Therefore, the percentage of the funds brought by the tourism business is quite high. Agriculture of the country is oriented to livestock raising, which makes about 78 percent of all agricultural products. Most of the milk is used to produce various Swiss cheeses. Approximately 60 percent of rural lands have been plowed. Cereals are insignificant, but vineyards have been developing very actively in recent years. At the same time, the entire agricultural complex is not able to meet the needs of the population. The remaining 40 percent is imported from abroad.