Those who come to Liechtenstein will also feel the special atmosphere in this adorable little sovereign state between Switzerland and Austria.
The 160 m2 of the Principality is a beautiful spot on earth which stretches from the world of experiences that is the Rhine Valley right up into the soothing nature of the Alpine area, 2,500 metres above sea level. The last German-speaking monarchy consists of eleven towns with 36,000 inhabitants. It is manageable in the truest sense of the word, and it bears the name of a respected royal family which resides in Vaduz Castle.
Wonderful winter landscapes The white splendour in the snowy winter sport area Malbun makes the hearts of carvers and boarders, cross-country skiers and lugers beat faster. The ultra-modern, comfortable lifts and the unique children’s area Malbi-Park are located in a protected valley basin which is 1,600 metres above water. The secure and manageable area, with 23 km of slopes, is perfect for families with children. It is ideal for extended winter walks, ice skating or sunbathing on the cozy terrace of the mountain restaurant. Princely residence in the hiking and biking paradise Liechtenstein, with its museum attractions, such as the Art Museum, the State Museum and the FIS ski and wintersports museum, and its festivals and fantasic cuisine, is a premium holiday destination. For wine-lovers, a visit to the Princely "Hofkellerei" is an absolute must. In the traffic-free promenade of Vaduz – only a stone’s throw from the picturesque vineyards and majestic castle cliffs – culture fans, art lovers and gourmet lovers get what they pay for. From the cultural centre of the land, it is only a few minutes up to the Alps. The original, graceful mountains of Liechtenstein is a small paradise for everyone who likes hiking, cycling or biking.