Arrival & transport
You will be amazed how easy it is to get to Liechtenstein by car.
- from St. Gallen via the A13 motorway (approximately 45 minutes)
- from Zürich via the A3 motoway as far as Sargans, then along the A13 (approximately 1 hour)
- from München via the A96 motorway, then on the A14 in Austria (approximately 3 hours)
- from Innsbruck via the A12, S16 and then A14 (approximately 2.5 hours)
A road tax card ('Vignette') is needed to travel on motorways in Austria and Switzerland. There are no customs controls between Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
A network of international rail connections makes it easy to travel to Liechtensten by train.
Rail passengers should travel to Sargans, Buchs (Switzerland) or Feldkirch (Austria), where they can take one of the regular buses (LIEmobil) to the region of Liechtenstein they are staying in.
As there are three airports within an one-hour radius it is no problem to get to Liechtenstein by plane.
Liechtenstein may not have its own airport, but three international airports are within an hour's drive of the country.
Link to the Michelin route planner