Detailed hi-res maps of Salzburg for download or print
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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
Austria is by far one of the most developed countries in Europe. Various branches of the economy, from traditional tourism to aerospace inventions and production, are well-developed. Austria is rich in iron ore and magnesite. The country has a lot of reserves of brown coal, oil, and natural gas. At the same time, the country's policy is still focused on importing an energy resource. There is an acute shortage of coal. The needs of the population in such raw materials are fully covered by imports. There are many hydroelectric power stations on the territory of the country. A part of the energy produced is exported. Most of the territory of Austria is covered with forests, which was an impetus for the woodworking industry.