Detailed hi-res maps of Sankt Gallen for download or print
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Moving around in Switzerland - transportation
Switzerland has a rather rugged relief, but the transport infrastructure in the country is well-developed. At the same time, the transportation is considered to be one of the most high-class all over the world. The Swiss are very fond of punctuality and order, so no tourist will have problems with transport. The most popular option to travel around the country is the public transport. This is especially true in mountainous areas, where inexperienced tourists are often frightened by steep serpentines. Buses run strictly on schedule, and routes are laid to the most inaccessible points of ski resorts. There is a schedule of buses and trams at each stop. There are trolleybuses in large cities, such as Geneva, Zurich, Lugano and others. In Switzerland, there is a strict system for monitoring the tickets. Stowaways are punished with large fines. You can call a taxi in any area.
Economy roadmap of Switzerland
There are very few minerals in Switzerland. Despite the mountainous terrain of the country, the rocks are poor. Numerous hydroelectric stations, which generate the cheap electricity are in the Alps. They generate about half of the total output. In general, industries that don’t require a large amount of raw materials and highly skilled labor, became more developed. Swiss nuclear power plants are considered to be the most reliable and safe, although the domestic policy of the state restricts the expansion of this type of facilities until 2050. Oil and gas are imported only from abroad.