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Linz - guide chapters
Moving around in Austria - transportation
Cycling has been very popular in Austria for several years now. Local authorities are promoting the green way of life and protection of the environment, and all Austrians are proud of their clean unpolluted mountain air. There are bike lanes in almost every city. These routes pass through the most picturesque landscapes and historical places. In large cities, you can rent a bicycle; many vacationers do that. More than fifty airports operate in Austria. In general, the air transport is used for the international communication, because the ground transport of the country is developed quite well. You can rent a car in Austria or take a taxi. However, this option is relevant only for wealthy tourists, because gasoline is quite expensive, and many highways are paid. In the tourist season, even the cost of a taxi service is significantly increased.
Economy roadmap of Austria
About 40% of the land of Austria is used as an agricultural land. For the most part, crops, fruits and grapes are grown. Meadows and pastures for cattle occupy about 57%. The Alpine lowlands are considered to be the most fertile. More than 91% of the total Austrian-produced food is consumed by the population. Exports of meat and dairy products isn’t that large. The country also exports wheat and corn. The number of Austrian products in the total world exports of agricultural products is 4%. The transport system of Austria is well-developed. There are more than 6 thousand km of railways in the country, as well as about 1 500 km of modern high-speed autobahns. An average of about 5 million tons of cargo are transported by Danube river annually. This is mostly coal, coke, oil, fertilizers, and metals.