Detailed hi-res maps of Innsbruck for download or print
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Moving around in Austria - transportation
The railway in Austria is considered to be one of the longest in Europe. Its total length is more than six thousand kilometers. The railway communication is well developed. All trains always go on schedule. The cost of the trip varies depending on the selected class of the train and direction. If there is a need to travel with stops, it’s better to purchase a travel card, which will help to save considerably. There are huge fines for a ticketless trip in the country; they are enormous even for Austrians. The subway is available in Vienna and Linz. A convenient underground intersection allows tourists to get from one place of interest to another quickly and inexpensively. In cities, you can buy a ticket in every store or kiosk. That ticket will be valid in any transport, including subway. Thus, traveling will be much easier. The presence of a large river, Danube, caused the emergence of water transport in Austria. The largest ports are in Vienna, Enns, and Linz. Ferries and boats run the river; some of them are designed not for transportation, but for sightseeing cruises.
Economy roadmap of Austria
In terms of its economic development, Austria is ahead of many members of the European Union, including Sweden, England, Italy, and Germany. GDP per capita in the late 2000's was about 27.4 thousand euros. This indicator is constantly growing. The total GDP was about 230 billion euros. The Austrian economy is characterized by an extremely low unemployment rate, which is 4% of the total number of able-bodied citizens. There is virtually no inflation; it makes less than 1.5%. The country has a very high standard of living, thanks to the strong trade and financial and economic relations. The membership in the EU contributed to the emergence of major investment projects. The government of the country has successfully carried out various economic reforms for several decades, which brought huge dividends.