Liechtenstein enjoys a position in the heart of Europe on the banks of the Rhine between Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It takes only an hour by car to reach the city of Zurich and its international airport. Business meetings in Munich and shopping trips in Milan are just a two-hour drive away.
Despite its small size, Liechtenstein is a very attractive location in the heart of Europe on the banks of the Rhine between Switzerland and Austria. Excellent transport connections with both of these countries make it easy to get to Liechtenstein.
The airports in Zurich (CH), Munich (GER) and Innsbruck (AT) are a maximum of two hours away. Buses run regularly from the railway stations in Feldkirch (AT), Buchs SG (CH) and Sargans SG (CH) to Liechtenstein, with timetables designed to match the arrival times of trains at these stations. The bus network within the country is also very good regular buses make it easy to travel to any of the municipalities. While Liechtenstein does not have its own motorway, the network of roads is comprehensive. Drivers in a hurry to get from Balzers in the south to Ruggell in the north can use the "Rheintalautobahn" motorway on the Swiss side of the Rhine.