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 here. It is quite a big stamp for such a small country!