Overview Liechtenstein

Visiting Liechtenstein

Squeezed between Austria and Switzerland, the Principality of Liechtenstein lures visitors with its quaint capital, Vaduz, whose culture ranges from the Museum of Fine Arts to the Postage Stamp Museum to the storybook Vaduz Castle. Still others come for the country’s rare souvenir passport stamp. Squeezed between Austria and Switzerland, the Principality of Liechtenstein lures visitors with its quaint capital, Vaduz, whose culture ranges from the Museum of Fine Arts to the Postage Stamp Museum to the storybook Vaduz Castle. Still others come for the country’s rare souvenir passport stamp.    Close

Stories and Tips Liechtenstein

Searching for distinctive Liechtenstein

Written by Invicta73 on 14 Aug, 2003

Whilst visiting local attractions and seeing lovely architecture or beautiful natural scenery often provides enjoyable focus when spending time in a new destination, it is actually experiencing the particular atmosphere of the place that is for me the real pleasure of travel. However, doing…Read More


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Never heard of Liechtenstein?

Written by the Xplorer on 11 Dec, 2000

We've discovered that most people haven't even heard of a country called Liechtenstein and even less have heard of its capital, Vaduz. Vaduz is really a small alpine town and the country is nestled in between the Swiss and Austrian Alps. The country…Read More


Breakfast in Vaduz

Written by NomadCamilla on 21 Aug, 2006

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…Read More


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Passport Stamped!

Written by ggcahill on 15 Nov, 2004

Liechtenstein is a very small county in south central Europe, in the Alps between Austria and Switzerland. It’s famous for skiing and being a money center. Vaduz is the capital, and Ruggell, Triesen, and Malbun are three popular cities. Liechtenstein is very much tied to…Read More


No Borders/Passport Stamps

Written by the Xplorer on 11 Dec, 2000

When we visited Liechtenstein we discovered that it is a country that doesn't protect its borders. We were disappointed because one of the things we looked forward to was getting our passports stamped in every country we visited. We also discovered that Liechtenstein…Read More


Day Trip!

Written by chaoticmum on 20 Nov, 2008

This stop to Liechtenstein was a day trip. All we had time for was to go into Liechtenstein, stop for lunch, do about an hour of shopping, and then get back on the road toward our next city. So we didn't get to see much…Read More


Stamps

Written by Goodsvejk on 07 Feb, 2003

Liechtenstein is known for its stamps and its size. The post office is located right on the main street, easily found considering there's only a couple dozen streets in Vaduz. Stop by and mail a postcard or pick up a book of stamps.…Read More


Coat of Arms

Written by the Xplorer on 11 Dec, 2000

Being in Vaduz you will soon realize how unique of a place you are visiting. This tiny monarchy doesn't have a whole lot to offer tourists, but what it does have is used in their favor. One of the common elements we discovered…Read More


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