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Moving around in Croatia - transportation
Thanks to the rather long coastline of the Adriatic Sea, there is a well developed sea link. Ferry services are very popular among tourists. At the height of the season, comfortable sightseeing liners also run. Most often, there are local rides that connect the coastal cities. There are also ferries which run only a few times a week. The city transport is composed of buses and trams. Passenger services compared to other European rates are not expensive. It is worth noting that there is a healthy competition among transport companies working in the country, such that the comfort of a trip on the bus for the same price can vary greatly. The largest bus companies are Autotrans and Brioni Pula. A distinctive feature of traveling by bus is the music that plays in every salon. For an additional fee, drivers can also offer to passengers a view of the performance of the national opera. Trams as a rule, go strictly by schedule. However, since the transport is quite worn out you will not feel much comfort during the trip.
Economy roadmap of Croatia
In Croatia, the main profitable branch of the economy is the Service Sector. Its contribution to the annual GDP of the Republic is at least 70%. This is much higher than in fellow European countries such as Poland, Romania and Latvia. The Purchasing Power is about 18 thousand dollars. The Country’s GDP per capita is $ 21,645. This has improved the country’s ranking to the 50th position in the world rating. GDP at the official exchange rate is in the range of $ 63 billion. The growth rate indicator is increasing every year. In 2010, the biggest jump in GDP was registered by almost 6%. However, due to the global economic crisis in recent years, these indicators have slightly decreased.