Liechtenstein can be found in the southwest of Central Europe between Austria and Switzerland. It is a microstate and has a semi-constitutional monarchy headed by the Prince of Liechtenstein.
The principality is one of the smallest countries globally, and most people speak an Alemannic dialect of German. The dialect is closer to Swiss German. Liechtenstein is one of only two countries that is double landlocked because Austria to the north and east is also landlocked. Switzerland to the south and west is the same. Liechtenstein is a beautiful land with the snow-capped Alps and lush greenery.
The country's low taxes have increased economic growth in the principality.