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Zell am See to Interlaken Day Trip with stop at Heidi Heidimuseum Heididorf Maienfeld
"Following a morning pickup at your hotel in Zell am See hop into your vehicle and relax on the journey toward Interlaken — gateway to the Swiss Alps. Cross the Austrian border with your private guide and head through the Principality of Liechtenstein. Along the way admire stunning views over the Austrian and Swiss countryside.Visit the historic town of Maienfeld — made famous as the setting of the 19th-century children’s story Heidi. Enjoy a 1-hour stop at Heidi’s village and Alpine hut (own expense) — the head onward to Interlaken where your tour will come to an end.""""Marvel at the beauty of the Swiss Alps and visit the Heididorf Museum in Maienfeld on this private 10-hour day trip from Zell am See to Interlaken. Leave Zell am See behind and travel through Austria and the Principality of Liechtenstein to Switzerland with a private guide. Along the way
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Heidiland and Liechtenstein Tour from Zurich: Two Countries in One Day
"After first doing a city tour of Zurich we follow Lake Zurich to Rapperswil the city of roses. We visit the picturesque Old Town and its medieval castle; you will also have some time at leisure here. Then after crossing the Ricken Pass with its panoramic views of the Alps we reach the lovely Toggenberg region whose pretty hill a the capital of the tiny Principality of Liechtenstein you will have more time at leisure. A visit to the Post Office is recommended; the famous stamps from this tiny state are coveted worldwide by philatelists and amateur stamp lovers alike. And finally the setting for the Heidi stories. In the summer months you visit Heidi's village. A pleasant short walk leads to a collection of typical mountain houses a village shop and of course lots of little goats. Entry into the authentic Heidi House is optional. In wintertime you'll visit the quaint Swiss village of Werdenberg instead.A beautiful trip back to Zurich along the banks of Lake Walen
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Interlaken to Zell am See Day Trip with stop at Heidi Heidimuseum Heididorf Maienfeld
"Enjoy your private one way tour service with a one hour stop at the Heidi museum - Heididorf beside Maienfeld. You will meet your driver at your Interlaken hotel and relax on the journey to  Zell am See Austria!Our private vehicles can accommodate up to 13 passengers. You will have the possibility to book up to 8 or up to 13 people. We can put a trailer behind the minibus so that we can take the luggage for up to 13 passengers.Leaving In Lake Lunger Lake Sarnen and Lake Vierwalstädtersee ( beside Lucerne ). After a drive of aproximately 3 hours you will reach Maienfeld and the Heididorf with its Heidimuseum for a one hour stop.After this stop we will pass the mini country Principality of Liechtenstein and continue the way to Zell am See
From CHF1,412.00

Most Viewed Local Customs in Liechtenstein

Principality

Liechtenstein is a principality and being a principality means that you have a Prince. And unlike some other figurehead Princes that don't seem to have much more of a function than creating a little...
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Dabs
Sep 08, 2007

Don't party yourself out!

Yes, it's another party. At the beginning of Lent, Liechtenstein celebrates their own version of 'Mardis Gras', called Fasnacht.For the week leading up to Ash Wednesday the whole country goes mad,...
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i-tourist
Jul 16, 2007

Party, Party, Party

Every year on the 15th August, the country puts on a show. All buses are FREE all day, and the capital - Vaduz - is made a pedestrians paradise, with stalls selling all sorts of food, drinks,...
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i-tourist
Jul 16, 2007

Traditional Clothes

When I was in the little village of Steg, in the Liechtensteiner mountains, I was surprised to see this friendly old man dressed completely in the traditional clothes. You do see people like this oon...
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Pieter11
Jun 03, 2007

Liechtenstein's Flag

Liechtenstein's national colours are red and blue. These are the two colours that made the original national flag: two horizontal stripes, blue and red. The flag was like this until 1937. In that year...
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Pieter11
Jun 02, 2007

English in Liechtenstein

Speaking English in Liechtenstein normally will not cause any problems. Most of the young people understand and speak it, but especially older people -mostly living outside of Vaduz- don't know a...
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May 31, 2007
 
 
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Liechtenstein's Dialect

The official language of Liechtenstein is German, but even though my German is pretty OK, it was often hardly impossible for me to understand the locals (about 1/3 of the inhabitants are foreigners)...
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Pieter11
May 31, 2007

Interesting Facts :

While Liechtenstein was allowed to issue their own currency, the Swiss Franc was used in the Principality for over 70 years.Liechtenstein has one of the lowest tax rates in the world.The country has...
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keeweechic
Aug 11, 2006

Retreat from Democracy...

Any country that moves away from Democracy in the 21st century normally has the wrath of the world community following it.Liechenstein is an interesting exception to this rule. Whilst it used to score...
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sourbugger
Jun 14, 2005

Funkensonntag - "burn the winter"

The identity of Liechtenstein includes the customs and traditions that unfold over the course of the year in ecclesiastic and everyday life. One of the most important traditions, which is also likely...
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loisl
Apr 14, 2005

Carneval in Liechtenstein

Carneval has a long tradition in Liechtenstein.It goes probably back to celtic sun and fertility rites.Today people celebrate parties and in several towns are parades held.End of January/FebruaryCheck...
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loisl
Apr 14, 2005

About Tips & Tipping

And now... the all-important subject of TIPPING.Tipping is rarely necessary as hotels, restaurants and bars are required by law to include a 15% service charge. I can almost hear you heave a sigh of...
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Krystynn
Jan 22, 2004

ATM Machines & Withdrawing Cash

You've runned out of money for shopping?Worry not! So long as you bring along your ATM card and.... an open mind. Remember, if your ATM card is linked to international networks like 'Cirrus', 'Plus',...
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Krystynn
Jan 22, 2004

No passport checks

There are No passport checks when you enter Liechtenstein from Switzerland and therefore no stamp in the passport however, if you really want one, for a fee, you can get it stamped at the passport...
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keeweechic
Sep 03, 2003

Popular Cities in Liechtenstein

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Vaduz

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Mareestrasse 29, Vaduz, 9490, Liechtenstein
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In der Ballota 3, 9494
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Feldkircher Strasse 1, Schaan, 9494, Liechtenstein
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Dorfzentrum Jonaboda, Triesenberg, Liechtenstein,
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Landstrasse 80, Triesen, FL-9495, Liechtenstein
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Top Things to Do in Liechtenstein

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Malbun

If you have time to see some of Liechtenstein other than Vaduz, then I would recommend a trip to Malbun. I believe it is a popular place for skiing and snowboarding in winter, but we went in summer...
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Vaduz Castle

This lovely hilltop castle is quite a steep trek to get to but it is worth the climb. Vaduz Castle is the official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein.The castle gave its name to the town of...
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Vaduz Town Hall

Vaduz town hall or rathaus is in the centre of Vaduz. It has some attractive looking bronze horse sculptures outside it. These sculptures are by Swiss sculptor Nag Arnoldi. These sculptures were...
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Museums

We did not have sufficient time to visit the National Museum, otherwise known as the Liechtenstein Landesmuseum, in Vaduz on our last visit. Apparently it has a permanent exhibition about the history,...
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Sculptures

We first encountered lots of cow statues one summer when we visited Zurich. They were everywhere and nowadays they do seem to pop up all over the place.Vaduz was no exception to this growing bovine...
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Top 5 Liechtenstein Writers

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Pieter11

"Liechtenstein: the Shangri La of Europe"
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loisl

"Liechtenstein, the pretty Principality"
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mtncorg

"POCKET LAND"
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Dabs

"Guilty again of country collecting! Make that #54"
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sourbugger

"wee tiny ickle country"
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