Related Trips (1)Liechtenstein PalaceMore Liechtenstein Palace Trips
A Travel Blog by inserjo1989
... with my fellow travellers for many hours as we head off to the Swiss Alps. 4th- I will make my way to a castle in Liechtenstein before racing to Germany where ill have my fill of bratwurst, beer and see a giant Glockenspiel. 5th- Ill head to Austria where ...
Related Entries (38)Liechtenstein PalaceMore Liechtenstein Palace Entries
A Travel Blog entry by gilmer from Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein
... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liechtenstein Liechtenstein is a small country with its own palace. ...
A Travel Blog entry by colinhardcastle from Vaduz, Liechtenstein
... had to have passports ready, but once again, as we were on a Trafalgar bus, the crossing guards didn't really bother. Liechtenstein has allied itself with Switzerland, so now the official currency is Swiss Francs. We can use Euros, but change is ...
A Travel Blog entry by kirstyandlogan from Vaduz, Liechtenstein
... it rained pretty much all day. To be honest it was a good day for rain as all we did was drive from Austria into Liechtenstein and it was mostly through tunnels, so we couldn't even see any scenery anyway! When we got to Vaduz, the capital of ...
A Travel Blog entry by katevoss from Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Saturday 29th Sept continued... My destination was Vaduz, the capital of Lichtenstein, but my stop along the way was Fussen. Fussen is an hour from Memmingen and is at the bottom of Germany and is home to two beautiful castles. I arrived here ...
A Travel Blog entry by meganwadey from Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Liechtenstein & Munich Sunday 3/8/08 Tour: "Morning stop in Vaduz, capital of the pocket-sized Principality of Liechtenstein. Next is a panoramic drive through the Bavarian Alps, with picture stops at Mad King Ludwig's Neuschwanstein Castle and ...
A Travel Blog entry by patrickv from Vienna, Austria
... my friend Sara. I'm going to try to translate for her on my own Friday. After that we went down to the Liechtenstein Palace/Museum, which is the big, beautiful palace once inhabited by the royal Liechtenstein family, and as they were extraordinarily ...
A Travel Blog entry by ianandjen from Vienna, Vienna, Austria
... was an Austrian buffet held in the dining room, then it was time to load the bus and head over to the Liechtenstein Palace for a classical concert. It was great, they first started with an introduction of the musicians. The concert consisted ...
A Travel Blog entry by robliz from Prague, Czech Republic
... mills in the early days. The main square called Malostranska Namesti is overlooked by the 1100 year old, gothic Prague Castle and features a number of well decorated public buildings including Liechtenstein Palace and the imposing St. Nicholas ...
A Travel Blog entry by gilmer from Jungfrau Region, Swiss Alps, Switzerland
... mountains and two waterfalls. The bar is situated in a bomb shelter which was really neat. ...
A Travel Blog entry by fredric.holten from Vienna, Vienna, Austria
... explore the city more tomorrow afternoon after a trip to Bratislava. Our night finished with a private classical concert at Liechtenstein Palace featuring Strauss, Mozart and Wagner. The tenor was amazing and the waltz performance by the Vienna Ballets ...
A Travel Blog entry by dozy from Yaxchilan, Mexico
... jungle on the road to the ruins. The recommended Margarita and Ed's Cabanas we all booked up and a nice guy from Liechtenstein (I know, right?) was also looking for a room. The closest place was the Jungle Palace, a group of very basic cabanas with ...
A Travel Blog entry by lindsay81 from Gruyères, Canton of Fribourg, Switzerland
... , and worthwhile stop, as has been the case for all of the micro-Nations we've visited - San Marino, Andorra, Gibraltar, Liechtenstein and Monaco. Just one more to go ... Luxembourg. After leaving another small independent Country, we made our way across ...
A Travel Blog entry by jzafricajourney from Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States
... , Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia, Croatia, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, Holland, Belgium, France, England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Ireland. ...
A Travel Blog entry by caeneden from Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria
... refresher courses. Switzerland is not that big and one army manoeuvre went 2 miles over their border and 'invaded' Liechtenstein by mistake. Apparently, Switzerland apologised and Liechtenstein said that's ok. So we arrived in Lucerne. It's beautiful. ...
A Travel Blog entry by bennybeanbear from Paris, Īle-de-France, France
... not much choice really; L told D that he should have replied Malaysia and give the fellow something to think about. Liechtenstein is supposedly a banking enclave and so we wouldn't think it an unreasonable expectation to expect to see a number ...
Related Pictures (11)Liechtenstein PalaceMore Liechtenstein Palace Pictures
Related Attractions (1)Liechtenstein PalaceMore Liechtenstein Palace Attractions
Malostranske Namesti, Mala Strana, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic1 reviews