Most recent Liechtenstein blog posts
eurochange gave me the chance to try out their Multi-Currency Cash Passport in Amsterdam last month. Here’s what I thought.
If you’re looking for a coastal destination with plenty of sun, shimmering waters and an abundance of things to do, check out these fantastic destinations on the Adriatic Sea.
We might be approaching the last month of the summer, but it’s not too late to get in a last-minute trip to one of these awesome destinations for summer 2018.
Heading to Europe this summer? Then check out these awesome continental beaches.
Find out how to get to the Alpine nation of Liechtenstein from Switzerland and Austria by road, air and rail with this travel guide.
Riding on a National Express coach is one of the cheapest ways to travel around the UK - and it’s even cheaper when you have a Coachcard.
Belgium is the small package good things come in, and you will be in awe of what the country has to offer when it comes to having a fantastic holiday.
July - the perfect time to up sticks and celebrate the warmer months by going on a midsummer adventure. If you're looking for some July-themed inspiration, here are five awesome destinations you should visit, as suggested by travel bloggers.
I’d recommend Hamburg to any and every traveller – but before you get on the plane to Germany’s second city, see what you can get up to by watching my Hamburg vlog.
This week me and James discuss Steven Bartlett’s claim that university is a scam, my recent trip to Gdansk, Poland and debate whether success is down to luck or hard work.
Whether you’re passionate about skiing or simply eager to try something new, turn your beloved ski skiing holiday into a ski season by partaking in one of We Are Sno’s ski instructor internships.
Episode two of the Travelling Tom Podcast with Chris O’Hare and Gabs Gratrix, who will be taking on a 100,000-kilometre bike ride through 60 countries crossing all seven continents – just 10 days after Gab’s officially completes her treatment for breast cancer.
From the Land of Fire and Ice to Russia’s Venice of the North, here are the best places to celebrate the summer solstice in Europe.
Here are five nations competing at the FIFA World Cup which could be potential destinations for your next trip.
It’s been a few months in the making, but today I am delighted to release and share with you The Travelling Tom Podcast!
With the rise of budget travel taking Europe by storm, is one of the continent’s most expensive holidays about to get cheaper?
Ear care company Earex sent me a nice, little travel package last week.
Monaco may be the world’s second smallest country, but it’s a fantastic holiday destination.
Romantic Venice is renowned for its canals, but Europe has plenty of destinations with that water feature.
If you've failed your practical driving test or you're taking it for the first time, is it worth travelling to an area with a better pass rate for the big day?
The ex-Wigan, Everton and Ivory Coast striker was the reason for an alteration to the home changing room in Eindhoven.
I went on a "blogging retreat" to Krakow in February - but was it worth it? Here's what I learned.
I’m not a massive sun-worshipper, but it was nice to catch some rays on my recent trip to Israel.
There are many answers to the question: "How many countries are there in the world?" But why does it even matter?
Travelling is a time for adventure and unparalleled fun, but staying safe is crucial.
Several England fans disgraced themselves in Amsterdam, but it doesn’t have to play out like that in Russia…
See Travelling Tom's thoughts on the new Ryanair hand luggage policy.
Trevor Venegas gives us the lowdown on what to do in the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado.
Here's what you can get up to in Berlin - the land of Checkpoint Charlie, currywurst and clubbing.
Travelling and cameras go hand-in-hand, so it is no coincidence that travel video is one of the most consumed content genres.
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Liechtenstein is a micronation in central Europe, bordered by Switzerland to the west and Austria to the east. It is also a principality, headed by Prince Hans-Adam II, but although the prince retains some powers there is a traditional government in place, led by Prime Minister Adrian Hasler.
It is one of the world’s most wealthy countries and has been listed by the CIA as having the highest GDP per capita. Much of its citizens’ wealth can be attributed to its status as a tax haven. Liechtenstein is named after its original ruling family, who first gained the fief of Vaduz in the 17th century.
Did you know?
Liechtenstein has no army and maintained neutrality throughout both world wars.
The national anthem of Liechtenstein, "Oben am jungen Rhein" ("High on the young Rhine") uses the same melody as the United Kingdom's national anthem, "God save the Queen."
Liechtenstein is the world's leading manufacturer of false teeth. Based in Schaan, a company called Ivoclar Vivadent makes 20% of total false teeth sales worldwide each year.
You can rent the entire country for $70,000 per night, for a minimum of two nights.
Women only got the right to vote in national elections Liechtenstein in 1984, after a male-only referendum turned out a 51.3% result in favour of the change. Despite that, women still couldn't vote in local elections until that was overturned in 1986.