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Zagreb - guide chapters
Moving around in Croatia - transportation
The network of highways in Croatia is well-developed with its total length spanning more than 29 thousand kilometers. There are even modern expressways; their length being a little over 850 thousand kilometers. Traveling within Croatia by car, be it personal or rented, is therefore quite comfortable. The streets in large cities are although quite narrow and very meandering in the mountainous regions. In settlements, the maximum permitted speed for motor vehicles is not more than 50 kilometers per hour. You can drive up to 90 kilometers per hour on the outskirts and up to 130 kilometers per hour on the highways. Taxis are also popular in the cities of Croatia. For parking, you have to pay about two and a half dollars. A ride on a taxi costs one dollar per kilometer. It is worth noting that in Croatia, there are a lot of cycling routes and motorists are very respectful towards riders.
Economy roadmap of Croatia
It is worth noting that there are very few oil and gas deposits in the Republic, causing it to become completely dependent on importation. The Country has eleven water power plants, and eight thermal power plants. The Republic of Croatia had high hopes for joining NATO. For this purpose, more than 10 years was spent on carefully reforming the country’s Armed Forces to enable her comply with all the norms of NATO. The entry into the North Atlantic Alliance was to become a huge help for the rapid development of the Economy. New investors from developed Countries were to come to the Country. After joining NATO in 2009, the economy really started to develop rapidly in Croatia, causing the quantity of the exported goods to increase significantly. To date, direct Foreign Investment of the Republic is about 19 billion Euros.