For those wondering, you can get your Liechtenstein passport stamp at the Liechtenstein Center, which is just off the main square.
The Liechtenstein Center is also the official tourist office in Vaduz. In the on-site gift shop visitors can purchase unique postage stamps as well as a wide range of other Liechtenstein souvenirs. Right next to the Liechtenstein Center is also a replica of the ‘Km. 0. + 0. Km.’ stone, which marks the point from which all road distances in Liechtenstein were first measured in 1864.
The lady behind the counter at the visitors center was extremely friendly and helpful. She gave us maps and directions, as well as suggestions on which areas might be good to go to with Clarrie. She also presented Clarrie a Liechtenstein flag which he clutched to for the rest of our journey through Switzerland.
That is until I accidentally threw it out in Germany :-(.
Liechtenstein Center Contact details
Tel. +423 239 63 63
Fax +423 239 63 01
Liechtenstein Center Opening hours
Daily from 9.00 a.m. until 6.00 p.m (1 May – 31 October)
Daily from 9.00 a.m. until 5.00 p.m. (1 November – 30 April)