Top-10 Städtle Vaduz
Secret corners to explore
In the car-free centre of Vaduz, you will find impressive architecture, historic and modern, art, museums, numerous restaurants and cafés, shopping opportunities and many sights along a length of a few hundred metres. A cultural treasure chest that you should take time for. Nowhere else is there so much culture in such a small and manageable space.
Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein withHilti Art Foundation
Two buildings and a journey through the art history of the last 130 years.
The history, culture and nature of Liechtenstein told through more than 2000 exhibits.
Numerous original designs, proofs and historical paraphernalia tell the story of more than 100 years of philately.
Prince's hat, original moonstone and Fabergé egg under one roof.
The Prince of Liechtenstein Winery
Stroll through the estate's vineyards and taste a wine from the princely wine cellar.
Känzile viewing platform
The small viewing terrace along the castle path offers a spectacular view over Vaduz and Liechtenstein.
From the Städtle, there is a majestic view up to Vaduz Castle. If you want to see the historic building up close, walk up Schlossstrasse for about 10 minutes.
Open-air art exhibition with renowned works by Fernando Botego, Nag Arnoldi, Hendy Moore and many more.
At the southern end of the pedestrian zone and at the foot of Vaduz Castle, the modern parliament building and the classic government building are lined up in the government quarter.
City tour through Vaduz
Get to know a different side of the Liechtenstein capital Vaduz on a city tour with our local guides and learn exciting facts and funny stories.
The knowledgeable staff at the Tourist Office, located in the centre of Vaduz, is on hand all year round to provide you with advice and valuable tips for your stay. In the integrated shop you will also find the famous Liechtenstein stamps and other exclusive Liechtenstein souvenirs. Right next to the Liechtenstein Center you will also find a replica of the "Km. 0. + 0. Km." stone. This indicates the point from which all distances of the country roads in Liechtenstein were measured for the first time in 1864.