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- VaduzMember ofLocal CultureLuxury TravelersNov 23, 2012
We went here using our Swiss rail pass. You take the train to a city like Sargans then take the bus into Vaduz (covered by the pass). Not a lot to see but you can go to the tourist office to get your passport stamped (3 Euro). Very modern and not much different the Switzerland except for the license plates.
- VaduzMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 1Sep 08, 2012
Vaduz is a small tourist town, as well of the capitol, in Liechtenstein. It's the gateway to Triesenberg and the local Alps. It has the usual shopping and restaurants, and you can pay the tourist officers to stamp your passport. You can catch buses to almost everywhere else in the country from here, although you'll probably connect through Schaan.
- VaduzMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLGBTFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Let's all be honest: you're in Lichtenstein so you can say you've been in Lichtenstein. For better or worse, that's a good enough reason for me.
There's not really much to do in Vaduz. There's a tiny city capital with a couple museums, a castle that is closed to the public, and a tourist office where you can pay to get your passport stamped (guilty!) I walked a little bit outside of the "main city" and it is quite pretty, but not moreso than surrounding Switzerland.
If you're a sucker for increasing your country count like I am, then it's worth a stop. If you're going for any other reason, you will be disappointed.