Will I need an ETIAS or a Schengen Visa?
Lichtenstein is a member of Schengen. However, it is not a member of the European Union. This means to enter Lichtenstein, you must hold a valid Schengen visa. This also means you must tell the authorities in Lichtenstein when and where you are arriving. You will be allowed to stay in Lichtenstein and the Schengen zone up to 90 days. Upon the introduction of ETIAS, Lichtenstein will adopt the same rules as countries who are members of both the EU and Schengen zone. This will allow travellers a chance to apply using an ETIAS visa and travel freely within the Schengen zone.
Why should I visit Liechtenstein
Lichtenstein is a tiny country situated in a valley in the Alps. Due to being in and amongst the mountains, the country's main attractions are its hiking trails and winter sports. Due to Lichtenstein’s size, there are no sizable cities. However, the capital Vaduz does have a castle which is worth seeing if you are in the country. Vaduz castle is home to the royal family who help to make up Lichtenstein's population of 37,810.