On our city tour we show you Vaduz, with all its charm. During the ride you will also learn the most important things, both about the country and the princely house, as well as about history and current affairs.
Inclusions & Exclusions
✔  City tour by train
Departure & Return
Departure:  Rathausgasse, 9490 Vaduz, Liechtenstein

At the coach terminal below the town hall

Return: End right where it started.
Red House, Vaduz The Red House is one of the oldest houses in Vaduz. It was first mentioned in documents in 1338. 1525 acquired the monastery of St. John in the Thur valley, the house and vineyard for 758 guilders. After almost 300 years, the estate was sold again in 1807. Since then it has been owned by the Rheinberger family. In the back of the house is the wine press, the Torkelbaum, an oak trunk, in the winter of 1483/84 was proven fell. The wine press is still functional today The spacious cellar vaults offered space for the storage of 20,000 liters of wine.
Hofkellerei of the Prince of Liechtenstein The princely vineyard "Herawingert", with its 4 hectares of vineyards is the most traditional and important vineyard in Vaduz. It is considered the centerpiece of viticulture in the Principality and has been in the possession of the Princely House since 1712. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay find the best conditions for an excellent wine. Every drop, a princely wine pleasure, which one should not miss.
Rheinpark Stadion The Rheinparkstadion opened in 1998 and can accommodate 6,000 people. It is the home stadium of the Liechtenstein national football team and FC Vaduz
Peter-Kaiser-Platz The Liechtenstein State Square, where the government building is located and immediately after that the 2007 newly created parliament building. Liechtenstein has existed since 1719 and has been a sovereign monarchy since 1806. According to the constitution of 1921, the principality is a constitutional hereditary monarchy on a democratic and parliamentary basis. Prince and people rule together. The rights and interests of the people are perceived by the parliament, the 25-member parliament.
Liechtenstein National Museum The bailiwick in Städtle 43 was built around 1500 and served as the seat of the representative of the ruler. This and the next house are now home to the National Museum, where you can see archeology, folklore, natural history and history and culture of Liechtenstein. Furthermore, you will constantly experience new special exhibitions of international standing on a wide range of topics.
Postal Museum The Postal Museum presents the famous Liechtenstein stamps. Admission to this museum is free.
Schatzkammer Liechtenstein (Treasure Chamber) the treasury of Liechtenstein with unique treasures from the world-famous collections of the Prince of Liechtenstein and Liechtensteiners such as the crown, the apple blossoms of Fabergé and original moon rocks.
Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein The Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein with the Hilti Art Foundation. shows extraordinary works of art from impressionism to today and high-level temporary exhibitions.
Additional info
•  Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
•  Service animals allowed
•  Public transportation options are available nearby
•  Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Free cancellation
From $12.22
Mobile or paper ticket accepted
34.8 minutes
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Cancellation policy
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.