Visitors visiting Liechtenstein will find a variety of things to be interesting.
Balzers has a lovely church and a magnificent gothic castle.
Vaduz – The capital is the country’s major retail district, featuring a variety of souvenir shops and eateries. A small cathedral and the ten-year-old Liechtenstein Kunstmuseum are also located in the city. To the north of town, there is a ski museum.
Schloss Vaduz – This magnificent and ancient castle, which is home to the royal family, is located on the major Vaduz-Triesenberg road and overlooks the city of Vaduz (bus route 21). Although it is not accessible to the public, it is feasible to get a close look at it.
The royal family may be seen visiting the Kunstmuseum, entering and exiting Schloss Vaduz, or skiing during the winter months. This is one of the advantages of living in such a tiny nation. They are easily identified by their automobiles, which display their birth year as the license plate number.
The landscape of Liechtenstein is ideal for hiking, road riding, and mountain biking. In contrast to the costly lift fees in neighboring Switzerland or Austria, skiing and snowboarding are also available at a cheap price in the country’s little resort, Malbun.
Get up early one morning and travel up the east side of the river’s mountains. From here, you may stand and enjoy a magnificent view over Vaduz and Switzerland.