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Liechtenstein is one of the micro-countries of Europe, with a reputation of being a small tax paradise.
Located in a landlocked valley between Switzerland and Austria, this beautiful countryside land offers travel ideas for every style of traveller. With winter sports, outdoor living and various venues, you will never be bored while staying here.
There are several options available to those who want to take part in a complete outdoor adventure while visiting Liechtenstein. There are amazing skiing, hiking and mountain biking opportunities that may not be available in other countries. In Malbun, a small resort area, travellers can find four-star skiing and snowboarding vacation packages that rival the slopes of Aspen. The price of the slopes in Malbun is considerably lower than the neighboring countries and offers a personalized feel for the snowboarding or skiing enthusiast.
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Liechtenstein for the Sightseeing Traveller
A common sightseeing tour includes a trip to Balzers to see the gothic churches. The tour also includes trips to the capital city Vaduz. Vaduz is the main area for shopping and food enthusiasts. With historic castles, views that overlook the cities, five-star dining opportunities and low cost accommodations the sightseeing tours are a wonderful way to experience the country.
Liechtenstein for Train Travellers
Many people choose to take trains as a form of scenic travel while visiting European countries. Trains run from Buchs station in Switzerland into the Liechtenstein station in Schaan-Vaduz. Alternative routes are also available for travellers who are staying in Austria and visiting Liechtenstein as part of a separate vacation getaway.
Things to Remember
Remember that before you begin your travels you will want to convert your currency into Swiss Francs. If you cannot speak German then you will want to have a translation device. The electronic speech translation devices are affordable and will make the trip easier and more enjoyable for non-German speakers.