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Choose Liechtenstein hotels from our specially selected range to make the most of your trip to this unique country. It is one of the smallest countries in the world, yet it is full of personality and interest. At Hotels.com we use our travel expertise to provide useful information, in addition to the best hotels in each location. See our user reviews for helpful and honest feedback on our accommodation in Liechtenstein. Find the most suitable home base for whichever activities you'll take part in, whether skiing and hiking or relaxing, eating and drinking are more your style. Set yourself up for a holiday to remember with the ideal hotel accommodation in Liechtenstein from Hotels.com.

What's Liechtenstein Like?

Liechtenstein is a small, land locked country located between Austria and Switzerland, with a population of only 37,000. Around half the country's 160 sq.m. is made up of mountains, which are part of the Central Alps. Along with the River Rhine and many smaller rivers, the landscape of this region is serene and picturesque. Depending on what time of year you visit, Liechtenstein can provide very different experiences. The winter is all about winter sports including skiing, snowboarding and cross country skiing. For something a little different try husky trekking and sleigh rides. In the summer months Liechtenstein still has many outdoor activities to enjoy, such as hiking, mountain biking and fishing. The Galina Falconry Centre in Malbun, the Citytrain in Vaduz or llama and alpaca trekking are great for kids. To explore the history of Liechtenstein visit the castle ruins in Schellenberg and the Walser Museum in Triesenberg. Vaduz Castle is the current home of the country's Royal Family, an impressive hillside residence dating back to the 12th century. The castle is not open to the public but it is worth taking a tour of Vaduz to learn of the origins and history of the area.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Liechtenstein

The official language of Liechtenstein is German, however, locals usually speak in an Alemannic dialect. By nature the country has a small town friendly feel, so you will be warmly welcomed wherever you go. Locals will appreciate your support of traditional souvenir and chocolate shops and the many family-run vineyards and breweries. The people of Liechtenstein enjoy festivals, so check out what is on when you arrive; it could be the annual Donkey Festival, a music event or an open air film showing. Hotels.com wants to ensure you have an unforgettable experience and the perfect holiday, by providing access to the best Liechtenstein hotels and tourist information.

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