Etiquette in Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein is located in central Europe and has a population of over 37,000 people.

The nation is a unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy.

The official language of Liechtenstein is German.

Residents follow Roman Catholicism.

The currency of Liechtenstein is the Swiss franc.

When doing business in Liechtenstein, it’s preferred not to blend work life and private life. Avoid asking personal questions.

Punctuality and organization are values that are well-appreciated.

Jokes will not be appreciated during business meetings.

A meal is a formal affair in Liechtenstein. Arrive on time and dress formally.

Meal etiquette is in the Continental style.

You should send a handwritten note thanking the host for the meal afterward to show your appreciation.

Asparagus is likely to be a part of the meal, though not necessarily.

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