Liechtenstein Journals

Camping Liechtenstein

A July 2006 trip to Liechtenstein by NomadCamilla

Quote: The one-and-only campsite in Liechtenstein...and other things we did there.

Camping Mittagspitze

Hotel | "Camping Mittagspitz"

It took us a while to find the campsite, arriving in Liechtenstein at night. This is because it is actually just outside of Triesen. This isn't really a problem because Liechtenstein is so small that Triesen itself is no more than a suburb of the capital Vaduz. We drove down every street and alleyway of Triesen trying to find the campsite, when all we needed to have done was carry on another minute down the main road! The campsite is up a small street off the main road, in a quiet area at the foot of the mountains. We had no reservation as they said they always have room for tents. There were also loads of mobile homes and small chalets on the site, some of which looked very pe...Read More

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Camping Mittagspitze

Breakfast in Vaduz


Liechtenstein is a very small place, most of which can be seen in a day. The currency is the Swiss Franc, and border crossings from Switzerland are unmarked. Vaduz is more of a village than a capital city. The skyline is dominated more by the mountains which separate Liechtenstein from neighbouring Austria than by city-scape skyscrapers. And the architecture speaks more of Swiss chalet-town than political centre. This tiny capital city has a serene, provincial feel to it. We enjoyed a delicious, peaceful breakfast in a street side cafe opposite where the tourist train embarks. We then had our passports stamped at the tourist office for CHF2—which seemed the best souvenir of our time ...Read More