Looking for a place to visit on your next vacation? Consider Liechtenstein! Regarded as the sixth smallest country in the world, Liechtenstein is located in the Alps between Switzerland and Austria. It is a German speaking microstate in central Europe with a population of about 37,000 according to a 2013 report published by the World Bank.
The nation’s capital, Vaduz, is a cultural and economic centre, and home to the Kunstmuseum, a sleek museum displaying modern and contemporary art. This museum is always busy as tourists continue to visit all year round.
Centuries ago Celts, Rihaetians Romans, and Alemani lived in Liechtenstein. But today, only one tribe lays claim to the region. This is because about two-third of its population are descendants of the Alemanni tribe that decided to reside in the region about 1500 years ago.
Most of the people are Catholics and the general language spoken is the German language; but just as it is in other countries of the world, they also have local dialects. And these dialects vary from one geographical location to another.
The country has two typical dishes that will whet your appetite when you visit. One of those special dishes is Tuarka-Rebel, a special meal made with corn, while the other dish is called Kasknopfle made with cheesy pasta.
You can be sure that as you journey through Liechtenstein, you will behold beautiful scenes of nature, such as the view of snow-covered mountains, vineyards, green valleys and variety of vegetation.
The museums, wineries and theatres are beautiful places you shouldn’t miss out on when you visit Liechtenstein.