WELCOME TO LIECHTENSTEIN
Liechtenstein is characterised by breathtaking nature, a rich cultural scene, fine dining and a vibrant economy. With a population of around 37,000 spread across 160 square kilometres, it is the smallest state in the border region where Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein converge.
Liechtenstein offers a broad cultural spectrum. Vaduz is home to many cultural attractions and museums, while further highlights include the Theater am Kirchplatz in Schaan as well as a range of vibrant traditions and events throughout the country that are very popular with visitors and locals alike.
Despite being a small country, Liechtenstein is home to great wines and a culture of fine dining. Fine dining restaurants with up to 17 Gault & Millau points and rustic eateries, offering local specialities, pamper guests and locals alike.
Liechtenstein not only offers peaks up to 2,600 metres above sea level, but also enchanting hiking paths down in the valley through nature reserves and idyllic landscapes on the Rhine Dam along the country’s border. The Principality offers a total of 400 km of well-developed and wellmarked hiking trails.
The region now covered by the Principality of Liechtenstein was first occupied during the Neolithic Period and has been an independent state under the rule of the Princely House of Liechtenstein since 1719.