Take a closer look at Liechtenstein
Vaduz: Vaduz is one of the smallest capital cities in the world.
Government House: First of all, why not join a guided tour of Government House.
Cathedral of St. Florin: Consecrated in 1873, Vaduz's neo-Gothic church is built over earlier foundations.
Vaduz Castle: The impressive 12th-century Vaduz Castle (Schloss Vaduz), home to the Prince of Liechtenstein, is not open to the public.
Wine-tasting: Liechtenstein is the one of the world's smallest wine-producing countries.
The Treasure Chamber of the Principality: Liechtenstein's rich royal heritage can be appreciated at the grandiose-sounding Treasure Chamber of the Principality of Liechtenstein.
Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein: Another Vaduz museum certainly worth investigating is the Liechtenstein Museum of Fine Arts.
Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein: Inside, visitors can browse an eclectic exhibition of international modern and contemporary art.
Liechtenstein Landesmuseum: The country's history, culture, nature, and landscape is ably chronicled at the Liechtenstein National Museum.
Postmuseum: Stamp your approval on Vaduz by taking in this quirky cultural facility, the Postage Stamp Museum.
Rotes Haus: An emblem of the city, Rotes Haus, or the Red House, dates back to the Middle Ages.