The Adventure Pass gives visitors admission to more than 30 great attractions and sights throughout the country.
Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein and the official residence of the Princes of Liechtenstein, is different from most other European capitals.
Take a look behind the scenes in the Principality of Liechtenstein, one of the smallest countries in the world, and discover its unique 150-year-old political system between direct democracy and monarchy.
Home to four excellent museums located next door to each other, the town centre of Vaduz proves that good things really do come in small packages.
….on the trail of Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: The Liechtenstein-born composer and teacher Josef Gabriel Rheinberger was revered and respected during his lifetime (1839–1901).
What is the story behind the English Art Building Space? What is the right way to taste a wine? These and many more questions about Liechtenstein and winemaking in the Principality will be answered on this tour!
This tour focuses on art and architecture. The centre of Vaduz has an impressive density of sculptures by internationally renowned artists and buildings designed by famous architects.
Discover the capital of Liechtenstein on this two-hour guided walking tour offering interesting insights and views fit for a prince.
The tour “Tracking the Royal Family” is an extended one of the traditional “City Tour”.
The tour “The Royal Family & The Treasure Chamber” is an extended one of the traditional “City Tour”.
Enjoy the classic city-tour and visit the new treasure chamber „from the principality to space“ with unique rarities and gems.
This round trip of approximately 1 hour includes a stop at the Princely vineyard, where you receive information on local wine growing.
It is often the simple things in life which provide the most pleasure – such as a cup of freshly ground coffee.
Discover Liechtenstein on the wings of an eagle. The Galina Falconry Centre in Malbun offers visitors a unique hands-on experience with a golden eagle.
The individual GPS-track is ideal for groups with 6 people or more and is the perfect possibility to esplore new places.
For all those visitors to Liechtenstein who want to see more than just the core of Vaduz in half an hour, our city tour is the best opportunity to do so.
Owl, hunting falcon, hawk & eagle - experience falconry
Be in the middle of it, in the fascination of birds of prey - completely private.
This four-day hike through Liechtenstein's beautiful mountain landscape is a unique opportunity to visit all of the country's mountain huts with the help of a qualified guide.
Falconing yourself - hawk adventure hike
At the falconry Galina in Malbun you have the unique opportunity to be a falconer yourself and go on tour with a hawk.
Discover Liechtensein's most interesting sights and landmarks in just one day. Take the time to explore the principality - there is so much to see and do!
Spend two days discovering what makes Liechtenstein so special. Take the time to see the principality from a different perspective.
Dating back to 1438, the building which today houses the Liechtenstein National Museum has a long and varied history.
The 150m indoor go-kart track in Nendeln offers plenty of fun and racing action for up to six go-karts at a time. Each kart is powered by two electric motors, with the rear wheels powered and braked individually.
The Postage Stamp Museum tells the history of Liechtenstein's postal service over the years and displays a large number of postage stamps past and present.
The Schädler Pottery in the Nendeln area of Eschen is the oldest arts and crafts workshop in Liechtenstein.
Snowshoeing is great fun - be it as a team activity, an evening walk before a well-deserved fondue with friends, or simply as a way to relax and forget the stresses and strains of everyday life!
The Liechtensteiner Brauhaus was founded in 2007 by Bruno Güntensperger.
Wine enthusiasts should definitely pay a visit to the Prince of Liechtenstein Winery, where visitors can walk through the vineyards and sample the excellent wines.
Originally called the "Heimatmuseum", the Walser Museum was created in 1961 by the parish priest of Triesenberg at the time, Engelbert Bucher.