Vaduz — the capital without schools and the media
Liechtenstein is one of the smallest states, it is not surprising that he has a small capital. Officially recognized as an independent state of Liechtenstein in 1921 and at the same time called it the capital Vaduz. Since the principality located between Switzerland and Austria, most of its inhabitants Austrians and German-Swiss. Vaduz is home to about 5 thousand. Residents.
Surprisingly, in Vaduz virtually no media development. In the capital, working only a few publishers. Radio and television, telegraph and mail, telephone, all this belongs to Switzerland. Higher education residents also get in Switzerland, as it is not only in Vaduz, but there is no higher education institutions.
Vaduz is located in a very picturesque location on the upper reaches of the Rhine, but quite high in the Alps mountains. The city is surrounded by alpine meadows and mountain forests, which makes it even more attractive to travel.
In addition Vaduz is considered to be the cultural center of the principality. It was here that are the main architectural monuments of the country. This neo-Gothic church of the 19th century castle with a Gothic chapel. Castle also serves as a museum, where unique collections, telling the history of this country. But the most important tourist attraction is the State Museum, it gathers a huge collection of paintings and art objects.
Of course, picturesque landscapes and unique historical heritage attracts many tourists. Moreover Vaduz perfect place for a winter holiday. For mountain skiing and other sports all conditions. Travel services in Vaduz is at the highest level. Therefore, the capital of Liechtenstein tours are popular and in great demand.