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Pamplona - guide chapters
Moving around in Spain - transportation
In addition, traveling on a personal or rented car is also possible in Spain. Although the quality of roads here are not the best in Europe, it is quite acceptable for comfortable travel. The price of gasoline in Spain is quite expensive and there are a lot of toll roads. This should be taken into account in advance when planning your budget. There are also systems of strict fines, so it is advisable not to violate the traffic rules. The fine on an average car is about $ 40 per day. It is therefore not advisable to travel by cars in large cities, as it is very easy to get a fine of 85 Euros for incorrect parking. There is also the likelihood of traffic jams ruining your vacation plans. Bicycles which are available for hire are a good option in Madrid and other cities. There are chic bike trails in all regions. You can also rent a motorcycle or a scooter. Taxi in Spain is quite expensive. A ride on a taxi costs a minimum of 2 Euros. A kilometer costs around 1.2 Euros, excluding baggage fee.
Economy roadmap of Spain
About 2.5% of the country’s total population is engaged in agriculture. The main focus is on growing grapes for wine, citrus, olives (for conservation and production of olive oil). About 20% of the entire crop area has wheat cultivated on it and 60%, vegetables. On the rest of the territory is cultivated rice, almonds and tobacco. Spain also has a huge fishing fleet which is considered the largest in Europe. The country holds a leading position in the top ten countries for the extraction and processing of seafood and fish. Livestock breeding is also developing successfully. The annual production of cars, spare parts and accessories is 49 billion Euros, which is about 6% of the country’s total GDP. It is worth noting that the country ranks first in the world market for the production of commercial vehicles.