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Sareis Chairlift
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Liechtenstein Center
Points of Interest & Landmarks
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The Main Square
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Burg Gutenberg
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The lady there was extra nice and literally drew us a trip line (for the whole day) on the map with all the needed stops and distinguished spots with great views of the city, and also with dinning recommendations...
Local wine available too! Parking garage underground and nice views of the castle above.
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Vaduz Castle Vaduz
Yes it is true that you cannot enter the castle (although I think there is 1 day a year when it is possible on the country's national day), but it was a lovely walk up the hill and the views are quite wonderful.
A Beautiful View On A Beautiful Walk In Summer
It was built in 1874 by Friedrich von Schmidt on the site of earlier medieval foundations.
It is only about 100 metres from Liechtenstein Centre and has a beautiful view.
Visited this small country near by Switzerland.Was astonished by the beautiful architecture and scenic view.Enjoyed photography to make the visit a memorable one.
We were able to get a nice view of the castle where Prince Hans Adams the 2nd resides overlooking his citizens
Burg Gutenberg Balzers
When I visited I was the only one there, so it was a great chance to take the great views in and stare in awe how beautiful the surrounding landscapes are!
This part of the country is more local vibe, less tourist than Vauduz and the most exciting part is to be able to sit on the hill right in front of this castle to have some sunny view to the alps and life down side.
... up to the Saraiserjoch, have a drink or lunch there, lounge in the sun on the terrace high above the valley, or trek on the narrow path for about a mile and take in views to Austria and other breathtaking sights.
The view is priceless, I enjoyed every moment.
We admired interesting construction, but also amazing views to the mountains and of course Rhine river and its interesting color.
What a nice view to wake up with a view on this lovely church!
And what a view from Triesenberg!