Detailed hi-res maps of Hilversum for download or print
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Moving around in Netherlands - transportation
The infrastructure of public transport in the country is developed at the top level. Buses, trams and trolleybuses are very popular among tourists. Trains or ferries are often used as intercity transport. Transport in the city always runs on time. The biggest problem may be the choice of the option to pay for trip. Tickets can be bought from drivers or conductors, but it’s better to do that in advance, so you can save. Tickets are sold at any newsstand. The whole territory of the country is divided into several zones. Each ticket allows to take transport within the paid zone without any limit. Tourists rarely use subway, since underground branches often bypass the most visited public and cultural centers of cities. In general, there should not be any problems with transport in the Netherlands.
Economy roadmap of Netherlands
Industry in the country is at the top level. The products are upscale and competitive. The first place is occupied by oil and gas producing assets, followed by the chemical industry, metallurgy, metalworking, electrical engineering, and the manufacturing sector. The power industry is recognized as one of the most important branches of the country's economy. The main mass of electricity is produced by thermal stations. There are only two nuclear facilities in the country. Petroleum products make a quarter of Dutch imports. The ferrous metallurgy of the country is well-developed. Mechanical engineering is up to par. Products of electrical, textile, construction, oil and chemical industries are in demand not only at home, but also abroad. Much attention is focused on the development of transport and machinery for the agricultural sector. The products of Philips corporation are in great demand all over the world. The shipping industry is constantly developing and modernizing itself.