Liechtenstein for hire at $70,000 a night
July 28, 2012 - Liechtenstein
The principality of Liechtenstein has decided to make itself available to private clients, from $70,000 a night, complete with customised street signs and temporary currency.
The price tag includes accommodation for 150 people, although the 35,000 inhabitants would remain.
Any personal touches, such as an individual logo created out of candle wax or a customised medieval procession, come at an extra, undisclosed cost.
Upon arrival in Liechtenstein, visitors would be presented with the symbolic key to the state, followed by wine tasting at the estate of the head of state, Prince Hans-Adam II.
Other options include tobogganing, fireworks and horse-drawn carriage rides through the capital Vaduz.
The rental scheme is offered by Liechtenstein-based marketing firm Rent a Village by Xnet and hiring company Airbnb, which also has 10 European villages on its books.
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