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Liechtenstein or more correctly the Principality of Liechtenstein is a small alpine country where the inhabitants speak German. The country is geographically locked between Switzerland and Austria. It is the last remnant of the Roman Empire and an independent state with very close relations with neighboring Switzerland. Its residents enjoy high levels of living and quality of life. The country as we have said is mountainous and has beautiful mountains and great geomorphology. Also, it has attracted many investments and a tax haven is risky. It has an airport, has only 35,000 residents, a total area of just 160 sq. km. km and the constitution is a constitutional hereditary monarchy parliamentary base. 

In Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein, the seat of government of the country and very fashionable city. It is the main commercial town center and headquarters of many international financial institutions. Visit Vaduz Castle (Schloss Vaduz), which is the main attraction of the city. The view of the city is excellent. Also, take a little time browsing in fairly good museums like the city hosts the National Museum of the Liechtenstein Art Museum (KunstMuseum), the Museum of Skiing (FIS Ski Museum) and the Postal Museum Stamp. 
Other interesting cities are: Balzers, Malbun, Schaan, Triesen, Triesenberg, Ruggell, Bendern, Nendeln, Schellenberg. 

Note: The above information was updated at the time of issue of the article but can change without notice. Please confirm the accuracy of these before your trip.


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