Wilkommen in Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein was my 121th visit country. Liechtenstein is a really small country you can’t even see it properly on the map. It was founded in 814 and occupies the area of only 160 square kilometers (I managed to walk half of the country, no matter how insane that sounds) with around 35.000 inhabitants.

Vaduz is the capital of Liechtenstein and also the seat of the national parliament.
Liechtenstein is, indeed, a principality and the Liechtenstein royal family lives in Vaduz, the capital city of Liechtenstein. You can actually see the castle they live in from afar when you enter Vaduz as it’s perched high upon a hill overlooking the city.
Liechtenstein is mountainous and thus mostly known as a winter sports destination. In warmer seasons, the country offers the beforementioned hiking and biking routes.
Although nature and outdoor activities seem to be Liechtenstein’s biggest selling point for tourism, there are also some cultural attractions, such as the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Gutenberg Castle and the ruins of Schellenberg.
Walking in the mountains of Liechtenstein where there was still lots of snow in april