The core town of the Principality of Liechtenstein is directly accessible by train from Switzerland. The government agencies and core buildings are all located here. You can see the entire city, or almost the entire country, from the hill.
Liechtenstein, a pocket country in central Europe, lies between Switzerland and Austria, with a total area of 160.5 square kilometers. The capital is Vaduz. There is a commercial street in Vaduz. There are some special sculptures on the commercial street. Three peculiar horses and a fat woman lying down are the subjects of our photography. Everyone also bought Liechtenstein’s. As a commemorative stamp, there was a baseball game in a streetside stadium. We leaned over to take a look at it. It was a student game. The parents were cheering for the children. We just passed this small country.
The capital of Liechtenstein, a small stamp country, is mainly visited on one street.
The discount for buying watches here is the best. Although there are not all types in Lucerne, the prices of watches here are very beautiful.
In summer, other products are also on sale.
Here mainly see the Stamp Museum, the National Museum Treasure Hall, and the Religious Museum.
The street architecture is average.
A single ball of ice cream sells for 3 Swiss francs.
Vaduz is a small European country: Liechtenstein is the political, economic and cultural center of the country, as well as the largest city and tourist center of Liechtenstein. Vaduz is famous for printing stamps and is loved by stamp collectors all over the world. The small city has a fresh atmosphere after the snow and few pedestrians. It seems that time has traveled back to the Middle Ages.
The capital of Liechtenstein, the fifth smallest country in the world, has a small area and a population of only 4W, but it has the highest GDP per capita. From Switzerland, you can take a train to Sagans, then change to a bus at the train station and get off at the post office station. The main attractions of the city are basically on the streets near the post office, among which the National Museum and the Stamp Museum are worth visiting. In addition, this attraction is highly recommended. The Swiss Pass does not include this attraction, and the exhibition area is small, but the Royal Boutique Treasure will definitely not disappoint
Preston_Dominguez: 9490 Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Postal Museum of the Principality of Liechtenstein,St. Florin Cathedral,Mitteldorf,Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein,Landtag of the Principality of Liechtenstein