Detailed hi-res maps of Ibiza for download or print
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Ibiza - guide chapters
Moving around in Spain - transportation
Spain is a modern country with highly developed infrastructure. Here you can find practically all the possible means of transportation that tourists can use to travel within the country. The airplane is one of the fastest ways to travel. Every major city of Spain has an airport in it, but they are located on the outskirts. The airports have domestic flights, which allow you to reach the necessary cities in a short time. This is especially true for traveling to the islands. In addition, the price of a ticket for domestic flights is often cheaper than the cost of other alternative modes of transportation. There is also a railway network in Spain. You can find railway stations in every major city. However, the cost of tickets for this mode of transportation is quite expensive. It is thus recommended to plan routes in advance and purchase travel cards, as this will be economical. You can also save cost if you purchase a return ticket. The train wagons are very comfortable and convenient. Usually, all of them are provided with air conditioning and toilets. However, some not very popular routes are run by old European diesel trains. The cost of tickets for such trains is cheaper, but they are less comfortable.
Economy roadmap of Spain
In terms of the number of tourists coming to the country, Spain ranks second in Europe, immediately after France. At the same time, inflation has in recent years caused a decline in tourism activity by 17%. Catalonia, the Balearic, and Canary Islands enjoy the highest demand of tourist activity in the country. On average, tourism gives the state about 80 billion Euros a year. About one and a half million locals are employed in this industry. At the state level, there is active support for the development of beach recreation. The banking system of Spain is highly valued in Europe. The amount of foreign exchange reserves is about 14 billion Euros. There is a high concentration of bank capital, but only a little more than 350 credit institutions can be found. The most expensive financial assets are the group “Banco Santander Central Hispano”.