The Adventure Pass gives visitors admission to more than 30 great attractions and sights throughout the country.
Embark on an exciting treasure hunt in the picturesque mountain village of Malbun and discover the Liechtenstein mountains.
Go on a treasure hunt in the city of Vaduz and get to know Liechtensteins capital from a completely different side.
What is better than combining the beauty of Liechtenstein's mountain scenery with the soothing tones of the alphorn?
The FoodTrail is an enjoyable scavenger hunt that leads from Vaduz to Schaan. Over the course of about four hours, the tour leads from one moment of enjoyment to the next with various puzzles.
Foxtrail takes you on a unique search for traces. As a team you will solve puzzles and follow clues in order not to lose the trail of Fredy Fox.
There are few things more relaxing than hiking with lamas and alpacas.
There are many ways to hike the Liechtenstein Trail but it is also possible to travel most of the way by e-bike.
A highlight for cold winter days. Experience a special llama tour and enjoy a tasty cheese fondue under the stars after the guided tour.
For passionate puzzle guessers, Malbun comes up trumps with a special highlight: The magical Malbun Portal.
This offer allows you, during the annual Triesenberg Weeks from mid-October to mid-November, to immerse yourself in the traditional way of life and unique culture of the Walser people in Liechtenstein.
This package allows you to enjoy a night in a 3-star hotel and visit a Liechtenstein winery and enjoy a wine tasting there. The Föhn (a warm wind) and the centuries of experience of the local winegrowers have made it...
Do you still know the smell of freshly cut grass, how wonderful it is when the morning mist slowly clears, beads of dew glisten in the sunlight and mountains and forests greet the day in full splendour?
Explore a whole country on foot from south to north in just a week – the history, the customs, the people and the culture.
Since the highest point of the Liechtenstein Trail is only about 1100 metres above sea level, the entire route can usually be completed during the winter months.