Parkhotel Sonnenhof

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Mareestrasse 29, Vaduz, 9490, Liechtenstein
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  • Couples97
  • Solo85
  • Business100

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Schloss Vaduz, Liechtenstein 1998Schloss Vaduz, Liechtenstein 1998

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Vaduz to Munich

by Wodz

Hi, can anyone help? I'm having a tough time figuring out how one takes a train from Vaduz to Munich.

So far we plan to take a train from Zurich to either Sargans or Buch in Switzerland, then take the bus to Vaduz.

How do we then LEAVE and take a train to Munich? Is there a train line at Buch that goes closer to Munich and perhaps we transfer? I cannot find any relevant information online.

We would rather not have to travel an additional 1.5hrs back to Zurich to take a train to Munich.

Re: Vaduz to Munich

by Mazely

Well, it's not easy - it will take about 4~5 hours.
You can go to from Vaduz to Buchs SG or Feldkirch (Austria) and then take a train to Innsbruck; from Innsbruck, there are direct trains to Munich (I did that, not from Vaduz but from Chur, and "divided" in 2 days - Chur/Innsbruck; Innsbruck/Garmisch, Garmisch/Munich).
Another option is to go from Buchs or Feldkirch to Lindau (Germany), and then to Munich.
The best way to find all the connections is Deutsche Bahn site:
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en?
And have in mind that Vaduz itself doesn't have a train station. You take the yellow bus to Buchs SG or to Feldkirch

Re: Vaduz to Munich

by K_V_B

Finding out how to get from Vaduz to München is easy. You can find this out at the same place where you probably found out how to get from Zürich to Vaduz.

Go to www.sbb.ch, choose englisch as language, and then just enter "Vaduz" and "München" in the trip planner.

It appears that the best route would be bus to Buchs (7:38 or 9:38), train to St. Margrethen, where you change for the train to München. Total time 3h50min.

Travel Tips for Vaduz

Little unimportant facts about Vaduz

by call_me_rhia

Liechtenstein, with its 34,000 inhabitants, is one of the smallest states in the world. Vaduy, its sleepy capital, has only 5,150 residents. Because of the high number of banks, you may even think that there's a bank for every person...
Other than a capital, since 1939 vaduz is also a Princely Residence. Vaduz at the weekend, when the banks are closed, closes down too. I was surprised to see how many hotels and restaurants had closed down once the businessmenn had left town. Only a handful of curious asian tourists (besides us) roamed the little streets. Local people did seem to keep mostly to their houses, except for a couple of kids with their skateboard who - like all other kids with a skateboard, were trying hard to knock themselves out. They seemed to enjoy to have the city nearly to themselves.

The princely family

by avemundi

On the path to the castle there are signs with the facts about the country (mainly history and statistics). You can read them in German, English or French.
The last sign (in the picture) is for the princely family.

The Castle of Vaduz in Reconstruction

by desert_princess

Perched above the town of Vaduz , its castle is built in the steep mountain walls and watches over peace in the city as a silent sentinel.It is closed for visitors , as the royal family has its headquarters there. All you can do is walk nearby :))

Vaduz

by Manara

The castle actually looks more impressive when seen from below, from the centre of town. Unfortunately that side of the castle had scaffolds when I visited, so the best view available was on the other side.

Vaduz

by yasi

There is nothing to see there except the castle. But you can see the facade of the castle only as the prince of hthe country lives inside and its not possible to visit.

Though the people are extra nice, all smiling and kind.

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