Liechtenstein with a difference
Liechtenstein is a small country situated on the banks of the Rhine in Central Europe, between the Swiss canton of St. Gallen and the Austrian province of Vorarlberg. The official language is German, though day-to-day affairs are conducted in two Alemannic dialects. Comprising eleven municipalities, the principality is a constitutional hereditary monarchy on a parliamentary and democratic basis. The head of state is Prince Hans-Adam II von Liechtenstein. Square kilometre for square kilometre you will not find a country with more cultural events and activities than Liechtenstein. Part of this cultural landscaoe is, of course, the culture of fine dining, From traditional delicacies to international haute cuisine, visitors to the country will find a wide variety of dishes to tickle their tastebuds. In 15 BC it was captured by the Romans and became part of the province of Raetia.