Vaduz city life
Vaduz is a promising town if you look for a place where you can spend plenty of time outdoor, get to know the local culture and enjoy the breath taking mountain surroundings. The most famous site of the town is the Vaduz Castle that reigns over the city and it is the home of the princely family.
Other sites are the National Art Gallery and the National Museum, where you can learn more about the local modern and contemporary art, including the princely Liechtenstein Collection. The Postage Stamp Museum and the Ski Museum are also preferred by visitors.
In the pedestrian town centre, you can have a shopping session, a relaxed dinner, enjoy one of the cultural events or visit the outdoor cafes and boutiques. The local cuisine is famous due to the combination of Austrian and Swiss influences and local inventions.
International atmosphere in Vaduz
Vaduz is a touristic destination especially in winter, but also during summer. Locals who speak English interact with visitors and are glad to offer some piece of advice. If you know German, the language is used for official purposes and is taught in school.
The capital of the sixth smallest country in the world is a warm environment, where you can escape from the agitated city life.
Being a spot where the Eastern and Western Alps meet, Vaduz has a climate with warm and wet summers and mild to cold winters. Snowfall is present between December and March. Rainfall is more often in summer than in other seasons.
Average temperatures in July are around 19°C (66.2°F) and in January, the coldest month, there are temperatures of -2.8°C (27°F).