It is not possible to get around Lichtenstein by air. Zürich Airport is the closest international airport.


Bicycling through the whole country in a few hours is viable and a great option; roads are in excellent condition and bike lanes are common. For bicycle hire, try the Swiss train stations in Buchs or Sargans, or for an e-bike, the tourist office in Vaduz.

Another option is to grab a free orange rental bike from FreeVeloPoint at one of the 15 stands around the country. There are explanations in English at these points; you'll need a mobile phone to receive the lock code. In Vaduz, the FreeVeloPoint is at the post office.


It's not possible to get around Liechtenstein by boat.


LIEmobil buses ( traverse the country and are extremely efficient and reasonable. Single fares (buy tickets on the bus) are Sfr3/4/6 for one/two/three zones, while a daily bus pass costs Sfr5/7/10 for the same number of zones. Swiss Travel Passes are valid on all main routes. Timetables are posted at stops.

Car & Motorcycle

As Liechtenstein is only a tiny country and the roads are excellent, it's easy to get around by car and motorcycle.


The Austrian rail company ÖBB runs a limited service from Buchs (Switzerland) to Feldkirch (Austria), with some trains stopping at Schaan in Liechstenstein. This is not a convenient way to get around Liechtenstein, however.