Detailed hi-res maps of Krakow for download or print
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Moving around in Poland - transportation
The railway is stretched across the largest cities of Poland, connecting small provinces. Thus, you can easily travel between the most remote regions of the country by train. It is worth noting that Poland has a fairly extensive grouping of trains depending on their class and speed of movement. This ultimately determines the cost of the ticket. Please note that “Express” trains leave from the initial to the final point without stops, allowing you to arrive at the necessary city quickly. All international trains that run the rail network are mostly in fairly decent condition. They regularly undergo maintenance, so cases of breakages are rare. The insides of the wagons (even the sedentary type) are maintained to the maximum cleanliness and neatness. All information on the movement of trains in Poland can be obtained from the dispatcher by calling the railway station.
Economy roadmap of Poland
It cannot be said that the global crisis of 2007 did not affect Poland in any way. However, GDP in this country did not fall, but instead made meager increments of 0.1%; but it increased. It is worth noting that the local population of Poland over the past two decades has developed a fundamentally different attitude towards the state’s financial situation as well as their own. Now every citizen is trying to get as much profit as possible from various changes in the external and domestic economy. Optimal conditions have been created in the republic, even for the development of medium and small scale businesses. This also yields a commensurate benefit when calculating annual GDP. According to the World Bank rating, Poland is ranked 25th in the world rating of countries for optimal business conditions. Please note that only 7 years ago, Poland ranked 80th in the same poll.