Detailed hi-res maps of Kiel for download or print
The actual dimensions of the Kiel map are 2100 X 2234 pixels, file size (in bytes) - 1315220. You can open this downloadable and printable map of Kiel by clicking on the map itself or via this link: Open the map
The actual dimensions of the Kiel map are 1240 X 1754 pixels, file size (in bytes) - 305799. You can open, download and print this detailed map of Kiel by clicking on the map itself or via this link: Open the map
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
One of the main economic problems of Germany is an insufficiently flexible labor market. Besides that, Germans do not work enough. On average, a citizen officially works out only 1 449 hours a year. This figure is significantly lower than in the entire EU area. Trade unions in the country are well-developed, which also shows a negative impact on the overall economy. Due to the excessive bureaucratic pressure, the country's economy loses not less than 52 billion euros a year. The eastern lands of Germany make a significant gap in the overall economy. Despite the impressive investment in the development of the territory, they remain unprofitable and depressive. On average, for 15 years the population of the Eastern Lands fell by 12%. An important problem for the country remains an increase in the average age of life and a decrease in the birth rate.