Detailed hi-res maps of Rotterdam for download or print
The actual dimensions of the Rotterdam map are 1857 X 1794 pixels, file size (in bytes) - 471117. You can open this downloadable and printable map of Rotterdam by clicking on the map itself or via this link: Open the map
Moving around in Netherlands - transportation
Scooters can be an alternative option. They are also quite popular among the local population. However, you can’t drive them on highways, so this transport is permissible within the limits of one city. It’s worth to rent a car only if you decide to go to another locality, as it will be very inconvenient to ride this vehicle within one city. For example, in Amsterdam, there is a speed restriction of 50 kmph. Alternatively, you can rent small electric cars. In this case, the problem of traffic jams won’t be avoided, but you can save a lot. No toll fee is collected from e-cars, no insurance and parking is paid. You can use the services of a taxi. However, this mode of transport is expensive, so tourists don’t use it trying to save money.
Economy roadmap of Netherlands
The Netherlands has a very favorable starting economic position, thanks to its location in the center of Western Europe. At the moment, the level of development is high. According to the European Union, the country ranks 6th among all members. The economy is oriented mainly on foreign countries. The policy of peace is applied most of the world, creating new ones and developing established economic relations. According to the world rating of economic freedom, the Netherlands occupies the 13th position among more than 150 countries. The country's GDP before the crisis in 2002 was very high - more than 4 percent. However, at the moment, the indicators are lower, while inflation is 2.4 percent per year. The security level is quite high. The unemployment in the kingdom is the lowest in the entire European Union.