|Vaccination needed||receipt required|
|Typhoid & Polio||no||–|
Medical care is excellent. The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is valid for nationals of EU and EFTA countries. The EHIC regulates care and reimbursement of costs in the event of illness for EU and EFTA citizens. In the event of illness, EHIC holders contact a doctor or a hospital directly. Outpatient medical care is provided by doctors in private practices or, in exceptional cases, by the emergency room at Vaduz Hospital. The EHIC does not include repatriation after a serious illness or an accident abroad. Statutory health insurance companies are not allowed to offer this service. Only private travel insurance companies pay for return transport. Check directoryaah for more information.
The standard vaccinations for children and adults recommended by the Robert Koch Institute (including against tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), mumps, measles, rubella, pneumococci and influenza) should be refreshed before the trip if necessary. Tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) is also transmitted by ticks from April to October. In addition to the protective measures mentioned above, a vaccination is also possible.
Liechtenstein accepts EU digital COVID certificate. At the moment, however, there may still be technical difficulties, which is why it is advisable to also carry the vaccination card in paper form with you for security reasons.
Common credit cards are accepted both for cashless payments and for withdrawals from ATMs. Signs at shops, restaurants and ATMs indicate which cards are accepted.
Girocard With the Girocard (formerly EC card) such as the Maestro card, V Pay or Sparcard and PIN number, cash can be withdrawn from ATMs in the national currency throughout Europe. In many European countries it is also possible to pay with a debit card in shops. Cards with the Cirrus, V-Pay or Maestro symbol are accepted throughout Europe. Further information from banks and credit institutes. Attention: Travelers who want to pay with their bank customer card abroad and withdraw money should find out from their bank about the possibility of using their card before starting their journey.
Travelers checks are not accepted in Liechtenstein.
Bank opening hours
- General Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pm.
Foreign exchange regulations
Currency can be exchanged in banks (exchange fee of 5%), at the airport, in train stations at exchange machines and in hotels. Most hotels and restaurants accept euros.
|Code||Symbol||Exchange rates (no guarantee)|
|CHF||CHF||1 EUR = 1.07
CHF 1 CHF = 1.27 CHF
1 USD = 1.03 CHF