January 2013 - Renovation work at Liechtenstein CITY PALACE soon to be finished

After around four years of extensive renovation work, April 2013 sees our goal achieved:
The CITY PALACE of the Princely family of Liechtenstein will once again appear in its former glory.
At the press conference on January 23rd 2013 HSH Prince Hans-Adam II. von und zu Liechtenstein (building owner), HSH Prince Constantin von und zu Liechtenstein (CEO Foundation Prince Liechtenstein), Univ. Prof. Manfred Wehdorn (Architect), Dr. Johann Kräftner (Director LIECHTENSTEIN. The Princely Collections, Vaduz-Vienna) and Mag. (FH) Bernhard Krytinar (Director of Operations Palais Liechtenstein GmbH, Events Management) spoke about the revitalisation project.
Speaker press conference © LIECHTENSTEIN. The Princely  Collections, Vaduz-Vienn
Speaker press conference © LIECHTENSTEIN. The Princely  Collections, Vaduz-Vienn
Picture: Univ.-Prof. Manfred Wehdorn, HSH Prince Constantin von und zu Liechtenstein, HSH Prince Hans-Adam II. von und zu Liechtenstein, Dr. Johann Kräftner, Mag. (FH) Bernhard Krytinar

Restoration and revitalisation of the Liechtenstein CITY PALACE

Following completion of the restoration and revitalisation work begun in 2008, the CITY PALACE will shine resplendent once again from early 2013. The palace of the Prince von und zu Liechtenstein in Bankgasse, work on which began in 1691, is regarded as Vienna's first major late baroque building, and was the model for many other monumental buildings. The regeneration of the Palace from 1836 to 1847 was of equal importance for the history of the city, it being the starting point for the Rococo Revival in Vienna.
Liechtenstein CITY PALACE

Baroque stucco ceilings combine with the sumptuous Rococo Revival interior, the original furnishings and the elaborate parquet floors by Michael Thonet to create a harmonic whole and provide insights into ages past. The magnificent premises are available for events and can be viewed as part of a guided tour.


Sweet recipes from the House of Liechtenstein: "Princely desserts" cookbook

The "Fürstliche Desserts" (Princely desserts) cookbook contains 38 magnificently illustrated dessert recipes compiled by Liz Buchmaier, the cook at Vaduz Castle since 1974. Just reading about classics such as apricot dumplings and unusual delicacies such as Braganzer Eisbombe, Schlosserbuben and lemon pancakes will make your mouth water.

The book is available at selected bookstores or from the Foundation Prince Liechtenstein
Ms Mag. Regine Stornik-Zedlacher
Tel. +43 664 8428202
for € 24.90

Liz Buchmaier, Fürstliche Desserts
published by the Foundation Prince Liechtenstein
Price: € 24.90
ISBN 978-83-7580-009-8


Real Estate Management

Real Estate Management Vienna looks after and maintains the real estate owned by the Foundation Prince Liechtenstein in Vienna.

Wilfersdorf Agricultural & Forestry Company

Wilfersdorf Agricultural and Forestry Company works the agricultural and forestry property of the Foundation.

Kalwang Forest

The Kalwang Forest in Upper Styria concentrates on natural mountain forestry, hunting and fishing.

Renewable Energy

Liechtenstein Energie GmbH & Co KG and Geoterra GmbH focus on generating energy from water power and wind power.


The Liechtenstein GARDEN PALACE and the CITY PALACE are notable for their stunning symbiosis of architecture and masterpieces of art history.


The Princely Wilfersdorf domains together with the Liechtenstein winery produce wines and sparkling wines to meet every taste and standard.


LIECO GmbH & Co KG has been producing high-quality forestry container seedlings with guaranteed origin for optimum growth rates since 1985.


RiceTec is the first enterprise in North and South America that commercially markets hybrid rice seed.