One of the smallest capital city on earth - Vaduz is kind of hidden in the middle of Europe. There's no airport in Liechtenstein and the easiest way to get to Vaduz is getting a bus from Sargans, Switzerland which only takes about 20 minutes. Therefore, if you are in the nearby, be sure to pin Vaduz on your maps and go check it out! Is it really worth visiting? Find the answer out by reading on!
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Vaduz Castle Following the hiking trail from the beginning to the castle, you will be able to see a fantastic panoramic view of Liechtenstein. If you enjoy hiking, this is definitely a place for you. P.S. Vaduz castle isn't open to the public. So don't be surprised when you found it locked.
St. Florin Cathedral There's always a church around in Europe. And here's one in Vaduz, too. This cathedral was originally a parish church and it's now held the status of cathedral since 1997. The exterior and interior of the cathedral is very classy. It's located in the city centre of Vaduz where it's very easy to reach.
Liechtenstein National Museum This museum is only a few block away from the cathedral. It's about the history of Vaduz and Liechtenstein. It's really interesting to know more about the country, their own culture, and how the people lived in the past and now. This place is ideal for museum person!
Postal Museum You can't leave Liechtenstein without going to their Postal Museum. Why? This country is best known for their stamps! As a stamp collectors, we spent so much time here to see their wide collection and buy limited collection stamps in there. This is absolutely one of the best places for souvenir shopping in the whole country!
Red House, Vaduz An iconic historical red house is a must-go attraction in Vaduz. It could just be a red house that has a long historical background but it's somehow instra-worthy! The vineyard in front is also a spot that you shouldn't miss out too!
So have you found out the answer? A day trip in Vaduz is enough for you to know.