Top Choice Castle in Vaduz

Schloss Vaduz

Vaduz Castle looms over the capital from the hill above and, although closed to the public, is worth the climb for the vistas. Trails ascend the hill from the end of Egertastrasse. For a rare peek inside the castle …
Top Choice Museum in Vaduz

Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

This black concrete and basalt cuboid on pedestrianised Städtle hosts temporary exhibitions, revolving around the gallery’s collection of contemporary art, which includes Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Paul Klee and Joseph …
Top Choice Museum in Vaduz

Liechtensteinisches Landesmuseum

This well-designed museum provides a surprisingly interesting romp through the principality’s past, heritage and natural history, from medieval witch trials to the manufacture of false teeth and stuffed Alpine anima…
Museum in Vaduz


Liechtenstein once made a packet producing souvenir stamps for enthusiasts, but that market has been hit by the rise of email. Here you’ll find all national stamps issued since 1912 in a surprisingly interesting lit…
Museum in Vaduz

Treasure Chamber

In the same building as the Postmuseum (opposite end) you'll find this new museum with a unique collection of the treasures of Liechtenstein, including a selection of valuable jewels, weapons, hunting knives and gif…
Notable Building in Vaduz

Parliament Building

Since 2008, Liechtenstein's 25-member parliament has been convening in this somewhat startlingly modern building. Munich-based architect Hansjörg Göritz designed both it and the central Peter-Kaiser-Platz square, na…
Cathedral in Vaduz

St Florin Cathedral

The former parish church of St Florin was given the status of cathedral in 1997 with the setting up of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vaduz. The stone structure with a 45m-high tower was built in 1874 and designe…
Area in Vaduz


To see how Vaduz once looked, amble north of town to Mitteldorf. Its streets form a charming quarter of traditional houses and rose-strewn gardens. Particularly eye-catching is the late-medieval, step-gabled Rote Ha…
Winery in Vaduz


A short walk northwest from the centre of town leads through the vineyards to the prince’s wine cellar. It is only possible to sample the wines here in a large group and if you have booked ahead.
Notable Building in Vaduz

Government Building

This stately building, completed in 1905, is the administrative centre for Liechtenstein and was formerly the Parliament building before the new one was opened in 2008.