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Livorno - guide chapters
Moving around in Italy - transportation
The government of Italy pays much attention to the country’s road network. Subsequently, the road surface is considered one of the best in the world. However, it is worth remembering that most autobahns in Italy are on a paid basis. The road network covers all parts of the country, even the most remote corners. The total length of highways is more than seven thousand kilometers. Along the roads you will come across hotels, snack bars and cafes, shops, service stations, and filling stations. We can therefore safely say that Italy has created the safest and most comfortable conditions for traveling by car. Buses are considered the most common type of public transportation. There are both intra-city and interurban trips. The quality of the vehicles varies considerably depending on the place of its use. Thus, in the big cities run modern luxury buses, and in small rural areas one can still meet old and dilapidated buses from the previous century.
Economy roadmap of Italy
The electrical industry has been very developed since the year 1996. A large number of factories are operational within the territory of the country. They are engaged in the development and creation of profile equipment for various manufacturing activities, including chemical, food, and light industries. The state is also trying to maintain agriculture at the same proper level. Emphasis is currently on plant growing. Wheat, rice, corn, barley, potatoes, legumes, tomatoes, onions, olives, and other vegetables are some of the crops grow in the country. Quite a large part of exports are occupied by citrus and tobacco. In the southern part of the country, all agriculture is concentrated on growing almonds, which are actively sold not only throughout the European Union (EU), but throughout the entire world. The light industry is represented by textile and leather goods. This sector gives about 4% of the world’s shoe exports.