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- A quaint and quiet city centre. You can organise your tour of the city and plan your activities thru here. The main tourist area is just a few minutes walk. A motorised train tour is advisable for groups. A must place to go.Written July 25, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- It was a very nice hike up to the castle. You could see the overview of the whole country. Liechtenstein is a must visit if you are staying in Zürich. It is so easy to travel to the country over. Highly recomment.Written July 20, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Was a longer walk to this bridge from centre of Vaduz that I originally thought, but it was worth it. It is a beautiful old wooden bridge across the Rhein. No cars allowed. One side of bridge is Liechtenstein and the other side is Switzerland. The bridge is well maintained and clean. Nice to walk inside and cross into a different country. When on the Swiss side looking at Liechtenstein you get to the see the castle up on the mountain. A very picturesque view.Written December 31, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- we arrived early in the morning, the ambiance was so clean , fresh and everybody was happy to start a new day. we walk around the area like 200 ft to the left and 200ft to the right. the stamp museum is the ONLY place that you can have the passport stamp with the country authentic stamp.Written July 29, 2022
- This is a pretty church in Vaduz. When I was visiting, the organ was playing and it was magical. It's at the end of town so just a quick walk away.Written January 11, 2022
- Yes, the town hall is nice to see. Has a lovely position, across from the mountains. As with everything here, lovely and clean. Saw as part of a self guided walking tour. Our record was just over two minutes to complete the walking tour.Written October 23, 2021
- This was an unplanned stop along the wa but again nice to say you were there and it's best to see most of what you can in such a small country, pity there wasn't a match on to see it.Written November 19, 2018
- Bronze sculpture. Weird to look at. Unique. Note the plaque and read it. Picture it from an angle you admire most.Written June 5, 2022
- One of the main things to see in the city centre and on the main street... It's a handsome looking building and an important part of the impressive impression that the the street makes.Written October 23, 2021
- We've visited Vaduz recently during a family trip in Liechtenstein and we absolutely enjoyed the old town, as well as the architecture. The Parliament building boasts an interesting architecture, although rather minimalistic. We absolutely enjoyed the way it perfectly blends with the nature around.Written April 9, 2022
- Rheinberger spent most of his life in Germany, but he was born in Liechtenstein so, ya know, why not make a statue of him to display in Liechtenstein? (It's not nearly as silly as all the Mozart shrinage in Salzburg, though, a city Mozart despised and that, frankly, didn't really appreciate him too much when he was alive. But anyway, off tangent--and Salzburg is beautiful, so not dissing it!).
Okay, in short: this is a cool little statute that you kind of can't miss if you're strolling around Vaduz, which you should definitely do b/c it's a pretty, quaint little town--and how many people do you know who have been to Liechtenstein, or even know it's a country?Written December 4, 2019
- Vadoz's main square is dotted with sculptures. This is probably my favourite. It's an old man, perched in an armchair at the top of a stand with long legs. It's called 'Hochsitz' which means 'The Hunter's Stand'. Why? Apparently Robert Indernaur, who sculpted it, likes addressing philosophical questions about how we see things in his work. A real hunter sees his potential prey from his stand above it. He decides what is worth hunting. But this isn't a hunter - it's an old man, presumably in his living toom watching TV. So the sculpture is raising questions about whether we truly see or understand what we watch on TV.Written April 16, 2019
- The statute of Franz Joseph II and his wife Georgina is situated in front of the Cathedral of St. Florin. They are the father and mother of the current Prince of Liechtenstein. Franz Joseph II was Prince for 40 years until his death and is renowned for much of the development of current Liechtenstein. It is a simple but eloquent statute and memorial to one of the countries Statesman and Royalty.Written September 16, 2019
- These guys are worth a stop to have a nose at... Curious, slightly disturbing things... But pretty photogenic if you fancy taking a few snaps.Written October 23, 2021
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