Famous in the capital Vaduz is Vaduz Castle, which you will see from afar on a hill. You can walk up the steep hill in about 15 minutes from the city center. Along the way are signs that describe the history of the country. When you arrive at the castle, you will find out that you cannot enter it. The reason is obvious, the princely family still lives in the castle. On 15 August, however, is the national holiday of Liechtenstein and the castle is open to the public. The other option is to drive there by car. A parking lot is located about 150 m above the end.
Cathedral of Vaduz
If you walk around in the small town center, you will see the Cathedral of Vaduz. The front door is open and you can enter it for free. The cathedral is made of stones in natural shapes that give it a unique look.
Town Hall of Vaduz
In downtown Vaduz is the town hall, in Germany called Rathaus, in front are sculptures of animals.
A drive along the main road of Liechtenstein from Vaduz to the south takes you to the city of Balzers. As you approach the city, you can see Burg Gutenberg on the hill. You can hike up the mountain, but the castle is closed to the public. At the foot of the hill is a church worth a visit. It consists of naturally shaped stones such as the Vaduz Cathedral.