Gastronomy & wine
Liechtenstein offers a wide range of restaurants with gourmet cuisine. The country is also home to several excellent small-scale vineyards - including the Prince of Liechtenstein Winery - spread across the valleys of Eschnerberg and Schaan to Vaduz, Triesen and the gentle slopes of Gutenberg Castle.
Visitors to Liechtenstein can choose between traditional specialties and international dishes, all prepared by excellent chefs. more
From Eschnerberg in the north to the gentle slopes near Gutenberg Castle in the south, Liechtenstein's favourable climate influenced by the warm Föhn wind means that it is a h more
The Principality of Liechtenstein is home to two breweries, the Liechtensteiner Brauhaus in Schaan and the PrinzenBräu in Balzers. more
Telser Distillery was founded in 1880 and is now run by the fourth generation of the same family. The numerous rewards the distillery has received over the years are proof of more
From a spacious bar with a beer garden to a smaller location popular with music lovers and the in-crowd, Liechtenstein has many places where you can enjoy a drink and watch th more
Situated between Austria and Switzerland, Liechtenstein’s cuisine is influenced by these two countries the most. If one adds the drinks, it appears that also Italy, France and more