Do you want a stamp in your passport ??
Almost everything is a good business in Liechtenstein, so it is not a big surprise, that they even ask for money, when you would like to have a souvenir-stamp of "Fuerstentum Liechtenstein" in your passport. At least they take their time and place the seal carefully upon your passport and will charge you 2sfr/ 1,50 Euros for that service at the Tourist-office !
The tourist-office is open Monday-friday 09.00-12.00a.m. + 01.30-05.00p.m.
The office is closed every Saturday & Sunday
BUT you may get the stamp at the desk there anyway 09.00a.m.-05.00p.m.
It seems to be a really good business :-))
Holders of the "Erlebnispass Liechtenstein" get the stamp for free !!Related to:
- Arts and Culture
- Family Travel
Official Currency: Swiss Franc
Like Switzerland, Liechtenstein doesn't belong to the European Union, but to the EFTA (European Free Trade Association). It also doesn't have the Euro as official currency, even though it is widely accepted.
The official currency in Liechtenstein is the Swiss Franc (CHF). You can get your money from many cash points or exchange offices. As you will probably arrive to Liechtenstein from Switzerland make sure that you have already enough Swiss Francs on hand.Related to:
- Budget Travel
follow the traces of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe visited Vaduz in June 1788 and nowadays you may walk the Erlebnisweg " Mit Goethe durch Vaduz" . At the tourist-office you may get an audio-guide that will lead you through 17 points of interest in Vaduz - all of them seen in connection with Goethe and combined with important facts of Liechtenstein's history.
You may take such a tour with the audioguide daily between May and october.
You may get the audioguides at the tourist-office - Staedtle 37
or at the Welcome-Desk at the bus-terminal in vaduz.
The fee is 9 sfr / 6 euros
For holders of the "Erlebnispass Liechtenstein" it is free of charge !Related to:
- Historical Travel
- Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
To tip or not to tip?
I was unsure when in Vaduz whether or not one should tip or not - although in most cafés I went to service was included in the price, thus meaning that tipping was not necessary - indeed in one restaurant they looked at me strangely when I rounded the bill up (an Austrian practice). Mind you with the prices already being so high, you'd probably be well excused not to offer a tip.
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