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Private guides in Liechtenstein

Private Guide in Liechtenstein

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(Member Since 2005) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Liechtenstein

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Private guides in Liechtenstein


Capital: Vaduz
Language: German
Currency: Swiss franc (CHF)
Calling Code: +423

COMMENTS ABOUT Liechtenstein:

The Principality of Liechtenstein is a tiny Central European country bordered by Austria and Switzerland. Mountainous Liechtenstein may be the smallest Alpine country, but it is also the wealthiest. Despite being located completely in the mountains, the weather in Liechtenstein is fairly mild, with snowy winters perfectly suited to the winter sports that have made this tiny country so popular for European vacationers.

Beautiful Mt. Sareiserjoch in Malbun is a perfect example of a luxurious winter ski resort area, with a fantastic view from the chairlift and throughout the nine miles of scenic ski trails. Malbi Park is a great area for snowboarding, and in summer, the Galina Falcon Center puts on a marvelous display of flying eagles, falcons and hawks.

The capital city, Vaduz, offers some interesting historical and cultural attractions that visitors to Liechtenstein enjoy exploring, such as Vaduz Castle, a medieval fortress that is the city’s most notable landmark. Interesting museums include the Liechtenstein National Museum, the Postage Stamp Museum, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, and the FIS Ski Museum.

Vaduz also has several mini golf parks, such as Minigolf-Sportanlage, and the Neuguthof Adventure World has a great petting zoo for the kids. Vaduz’s City Train provide’s an interesting way to see the countryside and explore the area in a relaxing setting. You also won’t want to miss a visit to the Wine Cellars of the Prince of Liechtenstein at Hofkellerei.