A ✯ in Liechtenstein ♜

Leaving Austria we next made a brief stop in the charming village of Vaduz, capital city of Liechtenstein, one of the world’s richest countries!
Trace our footsteps back in Austria, here:
Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein
The Principality of Liechtenstein is a small, alpine German-speaking country doubly landlocked by Switzerland and Austria. 
Liechtenstein is the last remnant of the Holy Roman Empire and an independent nation with very close ties to Switzerland. It enjoys a very high standard of living and is home to some incredibly beautiful mountain scenery. 
Liechtenstein’s capital, Vaduz, is mainly a modern city and a major center of commerce and international banking.
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Liechtenstein – a country landlocked by both Switzerland and Austria
Vaduz is the capital of Liechtenstein, but not its largest city. 
Still, it’s home to the Prince’s castle and his museums, and thus the main point of interest for visitors to this small country.
Vaduz is quite small – walking around the city and the areas around didn’t take very long.
“Is it a bird, is it a plane??”
In part due to Liechtenstein’s only-recent prosperity – post World War II, most of Vaduz consists of modern buildings, and it lacks the old-world feel of many European capitals.
Vadus castle, carved in stone
The center of Vaduz is referred to by locals as the “Städtle”.
“Städtle” means: Small Town.
In the heart of Liechtenstein’s capital, Vaduz offers visitors the chance to shop, dine, relax and explore the cultural highlights on offer.
Small Town in Vadus – Liechtenstein
Also, the area between the government district and the town hall is pedestrianized and closed to cars.
The “Städtle” in the center of Vaduz has many things to offer. From modern art and historical collections to outdoor cafes, restaurants and boutiques – you name it, you’ll probably find it!
 Vaduz Castle 
The Reigning Prince of Liechtenstein and his family live in this mountaintop castle overlooking Vaduz, the capital city of Liechtenstein. 
Vaduz Castle in Liechtenstein
Valduz Castle is not open to the public, but it’s possible to hike up the mountain and see the castle’s exterior up close.
Prince Hans Adam II has been ruling Liechtenstein ever since the year, 1989.
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Next, we head for Germany!
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12 thoughts on “A ✯ in Liechtenstein ♜

  1. im jealous you’ve been there. such a cool, peaceful and nice town..
    why isn’t the castle open to public? are the royal family still living inside the castle?


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