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Liechtenstein is a small, landlocked country located between Switzerland and Austria. It is one of the smallest countries in the world, covering an area of just 160 square kilometers (62 square miles). The landscape is characterised by mountains, with the Rhine River forming part of its western border. Vaduz is both the capital and the largest city of Liechtenstein. It is known for its picturesque setting, with the iconic Vaduz Castle overlooking the city from a hilltop.


Start your visit to Liechtenstein with a trip to Vaduz Castle, the official residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein. Although dogs are not allowed inside the castle, you can explore the beautiful grounds surrounding it with your furry friend on a leash. Then take a stroll through Städtle Vaduz, the charming old town area of Vaduz. Dogs are generally welcome in the outdoor areas of restaurants and cafes with well-behaved owners. Enjoy a leisurely walk while admiring the historic buildings, shops, and local atmosphere.

The Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein is a contemporary art museum in Vaduz. While dogs are not allowed inside the museum itself, you can explore the outdoor sculpture garden with your leashed dog. Enjoy the art installations and the scenic views of the surrounding area. You could also visit the Fürstliche Hofkellerei in Vaduz, the wine estate of the Prince of Liechtenstein. While dogs are not allowed inside the winery, you can explore the vineyards and enjoy a walk along the designated paths with your leashed dog. Take in the beautiful surroundings and learn about the wine production in the region.

Rheinpark is located along the banks of the Rhine River. This large park offers plenty of open spaces for your dog to run and play. There are walking paths, picnic areas, and even a playground for children. 

Visit the alpine village of Malbun, located in the mountains of Liechtenstein. Dogs are welcome on the hiking trails and in the outdoor seating areas of restaurants. 

Explore Gutenberg Castle, situated on a hilltop overlooking the town of Balzers. Dogs are allowed in the outdoor areas of the castle, including the castle grounds and the courtyard. Take a guided tour or simply enjoy the panoramic views while spending time with your dog.

Discover the picturesque village of Triesenberg, known for its traditional architecture and stunning mountain views. Dogs are generally welcome in the outdoor areas of restaurants and cafes. Enjoy a walk through the village and take in the breathtaking scenery.


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