Current information on COVID-19 in the Principality of Liechtenstein
As of 20 Ocotber 2020
A mask must be worn in publicly accessible indoor areas. The indoor and outdoor restaurants are open. Guests have to be seated and are not allowed to stand up or walk around. The hospitality sector, from hotels and holiday apartments to camping sites and huts, is also open again. The touristic attractions can be used to the full extent in compliance with the hygiene and safety guidelines. This also includes sights such as museums, the mountain railways, the City-Train or even guided city tours, guided hikes and much more.
- Entry into the Principality of Liechtenstein
The same regulations apply to entry the Principality of Liechtenstein as for Switzerland. Persons entering from a country or area with a high risk of infection must remain in quarantine for 10 days. The list of these countries is constantly being updated and can be found on the page Quarantine obligation for travellers of the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health.
- Public transportation
Since 6 July 2020, 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 normal 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. A mask must be worn in publicly accessible indoor areas.
Restaurants and bars have reopened normally, in compliance with hygiene and safety guidelines. A maximum of 6 people per group is allowed. Guests have to be seated all the time. A distance of at least 1.5 metres is guaranteed between the individual groups of visitors while seated. A mask must be worn in publicly accessible indoor areas.
Public events are possible, in compliance with a strict protection concept. Every public event must have its own protection concept. Private events are allowed for a group up to 30 people.
- Publicly accessible facilities and schools
All publicly accessible facilities (such as museums, libraries, fitness centres, sports centres, etc.) and schools are open, but must strictly comply with hygiene and safety guidelines and have a protection concept. A mask must be worn in publicly accessible indoor areas.
- 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, firstname.lastname@example.org
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