Current information on COVID-19 in the Principality of Liechtenstein
As of October 13, 2021
A general obligation to wear a mask will apply in public transport and in all establishments open to the public. From September 15, the 3G (vaccinated, recovered, tested) rule will apply to restaurants, bars and clubs, as well as discotheques, dance halls and establishments in the cultural, entertainment, leisure and sports sectors. In addition, hotels and restaurants will be open again as normal. All facilities open to the public (such as museums, fitness centers, sports centers, etc.) are open. Events with more than 50 people may only be held with participants who have a valid Covid-19 certificate.
- Entry into the Principality of Liechtenstein
The same regulations apply to entry the Principality of Liechtenstein as for Switzerland. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic there are special rules for people entering Switzerland. Depending on the type of travel, you might have to fill out an entry form, show proof of a negative test and/or go into quarantine. You can find detailed information here
- Public transportation
Persons over 12 years of age are required to wear masks on all public transportions (including mountain railways). Masks are available in pharmacies and supermarkets during regular opening hours.
Hotels, holiday apartments, guesthouses, youth hostels, camping sites and cabins are normally open in compliance with hygiene and safety guidelines and look forward to welcoming guests again.
From September 15, the certificate obligation will apply to restaurants, bars and clubs as well as discotheques, dance clubs and businesses in the areas of culture, entertainment, leisure and sport. In return, the requirements to maintain distance and the mask-wearing obligation will be dropped. The 3G (vaccinated, recovered, tested) proof can be checked in the catering area when entering an establishment or at the first contact with the serving staff. In outdoor areas, requiring a certificate is optional. If this is waived, the distances between groups of guests must be guaranteed or effective barriers must be installed.
Events with fewer than 50 people, as well as religious events and funerals, are not subject to the certificate requirement. he organizers can, however, apply the 3G (vaccinated, recovered, tested) concept voluntarily and provide for a correspondingly relaxed protection concept without distances and masks. Otherwise, they are obliged to implement a strict protection concept. Private events are completely exempt from the certificate obligation and protection concepts.
- Publicly accessible facilities
Masks are compulsory in institutions open to the public. This does not apply to children before their 12th birthday, persons who cannot wear a face mask for medical reasons, pupils during lessons at primary level and children in institutions providing supplementary childcare.
The test center in Vaduz in the Marktplatzgarage is open daily from 14:00 to 17:00. No appointment is necessary. PCR and not quick tests are performed here. The test result is available within 24 to a maximum of 36 hours. Quick tests are offered at the following locations (information without guarantee)
Bendern, Restaurant Löwen, 9.00am -19.00pm
Bendern, former post office area, daily from 9.00am - 9.00pm, Infoflyer
Malbun, entrance to the village, Fridays and Saturdays 6.00 - 9.00pm
Schaan, Schaanel, Thursday to Saturday from 5.30 pm onwards
By appointment pharmacy in Schaan for hotel guests in Liechtenstein from 6.30 p.m. Mon-Fri
Schaan, TAK, according to schedule; by appointment on the website
Ruggell, Casino Admiral, Sun-Thu 11.00am - 02.00am, Fri-Sat 11.00am - 03.00am
Bendern, Casino Royale, daily midday - midnight
Schaanwald, Casino, daily from 4.00pm - 7.30pm and from 8.00pm - midnight
Balzers, Casino, daily from 11.00am - 04.00am
- Official communication channel
Tourist and Information Offices
Do you have questions about tourist offers or the general situation? Our information offices will be happy to help you:
Liechtenstein Center - Tourist Info
Städtle 39, 9490 Vaduz
T +423 239 63 63
Open daily from 9am to 5pm
Malbun Center – Tourist Info
Im Malbun 3, 9497 Triesenberg-Malbun
T +423 239 63 15
Open daily from 9am to 5pm
Tourist Office Triesenberg (Post)
Dorfzentrum, 9497 Triesenberg
T +423 262 19 26 oder T +423 265 50 10
Monday to Friday from 7.45am to 11.30am and
2pm to 5.30pm, Saturday 7.45am to 11.30am
Hotline Coronavirus (non-medical questions)
T+423 236 76 82 - Monday to Friday
Landesspital: Medical emergencies
T +423 235 44 11 - all week; 24 Std.
Doctors' emergency call: Medical emergencies
T +423 230 30 30 - all week; 24 Std.
T +423 235 45 32 - all week; 24 Std.
Questions regarding tourism
T+423 239 63 63, email@example.com
Overview of the hygiene and safety guidelines
Keep a distance
Keep a distance of at least 1.5 meters to your fellow men
Wearing a mask
In public transport and in all situations where keeping a distance is not possible
Wash your hands thoroughly
Wash hands or use disinfectants to minimize the transmission of pathogens
Avoid personal contact
Avoid direct contact like shaking hands
For coughing and sneezing
Please cough and sneeze into a handkerchief or into your armpit
In the case of typical symptoms or contact with persons who have tested positive, immediately make an appointment by telephone with a doctor. Stay at home until the test results are available
For traceability purposes, please indicate contacts whenever possible