Vaduz Nightlife, Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein is one of the smallest countries on the planet, so it’s only fitting that such a miniature principality should have a matching capital. Vaduz is Liechtenstein’s tiny capital city, but not its largest city. Vaduz has only about 5000 inhabitants, so if you’re planning on going on holiday to a place with a busting nightlife, or even social life, then Vaduz is not your best choice. However, if cultural tourism is your goal, and if you want to throw in some partying as well after museum visits and walks, this Vaduz Nightlife Guide can help you out. Since Vaduz is right in the heart of Europe, you can find an interesting mix of restaurants and clubs in the city, however, don’t hope for a wide range of options. If you want nightclubs and cafes with a definite European feel, you’d better go to London, Birmingham, or other cities that are famous for their nightlife.
Vaduz Nightlife - Eating Out
Most of Vaduz’s restaurants are clustered around the town’s main square, not far from the bus station. Liechtenstein has no well defined culture of its own, so it can best be described as a mix of Austrian and Swiss elements. When it comes to food in Vaduz, the most prominent characteristic of the traditional cuisine are hearty and filling dishes borrowed from the neighboring nations.
The Old Castle Inn, next to Vaduz Castle, looks like a typical German inn, and it also serves typical German and Austrian like schnitzel (five types of them!), but also Belgian pommes-frites, pasta and quite good sandwiches.
Restaurant Real is the most exclusive restaurant in Vaduz, and possibly in Liechtenstein. In fact, you might even bump into one or two members of the royal family while having lunch. As expected, the quality of the food and the service are irreproachable. Restaurant Torkel actually belongs to the prince of Liechtensteinand it is not as intimidating as it might sound, and you can find some excellent, unpretentious and filling dishes there.
Vaduz Nightlife - Bars and Nightclubs
When it comes to nightclubs, Vaduz does not offer much variety. Club Z is a pleasant enough place where you can have a few drinks and listen to music, but it does not have a dance ring. On the plus side, the clubs stays open until the wee hours of the morning. Vanini Bar is one of the liveliest places in town, although it is downright conservative by European standards. The bar is a good place for a nightcap, and also for lunch during the day.
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