The residence of the Liechtenstein princely family is probably the most photographed building in 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.
….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).
Discover the capital of Liechtenstein on foot and with a look behind the walls of Vaduz Castle in the "Princely Theatre". The two-hour tour opens up exciting insights and princely views.
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.
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.
The "Städtle" (city centre) in Vaduz offers a fascinating cultural diversity: six museums line up door to door and surprise guests with exquisite art and culture. Top off your visit to the Principality with a regional...
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.
Get out of the daily routine and spend a day just with your friends or colleagues. Who doesn't dream of that? The Principality offers just that with a exciting program "for women only".