Vaduz

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The castle-topped capital of Vaduz is nicknamed “Staedtle” or “Little Town,” a fitting title for the “Laendle” or “Little Country.” The medieval Vaduz Castle, which was revamped in the 16th and 17th centuries, serves as the city’s symbol, and while it’s off-limits for visitors, you can still peruse the crown jewels on tours of the Treasure Chamber at the Liechtenstein National Museum, where you’ll find a collection dating back over 400 years with items belonging to one of the oldest ruling families. There aren’t any Cultural Routes crossing through the city, but the town centre is full of cultural gems to discover, including sculptures crafted by famous artists like Daniel Spoerri, whose bronze sculpture “Renaissance”—one of only three in existence —sits proudly on public display. Another must-visit spot in town: the Postage Stamp Museum, home to a collection of rare stamps and historical documents that offer an interesting insight into the principality.

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