Below you’ll find all the articles on Liechtenstein that I’ve written so far. Which at this point is just one… but it’s really solid!
LIECHTENSTEIN TRAVEL BASICS
CURRENCY | Swiss francs (Check out xe.com for the most up-to-date currency conversion–they have a mobile app too!)
TIME ZONE | The entire country of Liechtenstein is in the GMT+2 time zone
VISA / PASSPORT REQUIREMENTS | If you’re planning to spend less than 90 days in Liechtenstein/the Schengen area, you can get by using just your U.S. passport–no Visa required. (Except for all that Alpine cheese you’re planning on buying, ba-dum-tshh!) However, your passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date you leave the Schengen area.
LANGUAGE(S) SPOKEN | German is the main language spoken in Liechtenstein–though they do have their own dialects.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO LOOK OUT FOR? | As with almost all of Europe, pick-pockets are probably your biggest safety concern. HOWEVER Liechtenstein is known for being one of the safest countries in the world.
Obviously, always take standard safety precautions (don’t wander alone at night, stick to major streets and pathways, don’t flash your wads of cash you baller you). For more information on Liechtenstein safety concerns, see this page and always pick up travel insurance before you go.
WHERE TO STAY IN LIECHTENSTEIN
The capital city of Vaduz is worth the visit alone, but though Liechtenstein is small, it’s packing tourism possibility out the wazoo. After you decide where in Liechtenstein you’ll be visiting,
And don’t forget, there’s always Airbnb and I can help you save $40 on your first Airbnb stay.
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RECOMMENDED LIECHTENSTEIN TOURS
➤ VIATOR TOURS | If you’re looking for day trips to Liechtenstein, Viator is my go-to tour company. They’ve got tours for day trips from Switzerland and trips featuring 4 countries in 1 day. Their tours include pickup and dropoff as well as your very own local tour guides.