Stay Safe in Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein is unquestionably one of the safest nations on the planet, but it is not without issues. The most frequent kind of crime in Liechtenstein is nonviolent, despite the fact that the principality has a well-equipped police force on the streets. The Liechtenstein Landespolizei began a crackdown on prostitution in Vaduz in the late 1990s. Outside of Schaan and Vaduz, the biggest cities close are Innsbruck and Zürich, thus the area may seem quite rural. Your only “practical” worry may be drunk drivers and winter road conditions. Speed cameras, which will be extremely expensive, are used to rigorously enforce speed restrictions. Instead of speeding, take in the sights!
The lovely beauty of the country is also extremely hazardous. Hikers getting themselves into trouble is a frequent occurrence, and great caution should be used when departing off well-marked routes. Follow local advice, study local weather predictions (newspapers in the principality publish separate forecasts for each city in Liechtenstein, which is helpful since the variation in altitude may sometimes create various weather conditions), and make sure you have the right equipment before you go.
Stay Healthy in Liechtenstein
Although Liechtenstein has outstanding medical facilities, you are more likely to be transported to a hospital in Switzerland if you need medical care. If you are an Austrian or European Union citizen, you may want to seek medical help in Feldkirch, Austria.