Liechtenstein is included within the country and has no international airport. It has been a member of the Schengen area since 2011. There is no border control at the Balzers liquor port, as flights to and from Balzers to the Schengen area. Liechtenstein does not issue a visa and recommends that visitors apply for a visa in another Schengen country, for example. B Switzerland.  Schengen states with a common land border with a third Member State are allowed, in accordance with the European Union Regulation 1931/2006, to conclude or maintain bilateral agreements with neighbouring third countries for the purpose of implementing a border area system.  Such agreements define a border area of up to 50 km on both sides of the border and provide for the granting of permits for small border traffic for the inhabitants of the border area. Authorizations can be used to cross the EU`s external border within the border area, are not stamped when crossing the border and must include the name and photo of the holder, as well as a statement indicating that the holder is not allowed to travel outside the border area and that any abuse is punishable. The relevant authorities must respond to enquiries as soon as possible and no later than sixty days after the date of the request. They must respond as soon as possible and no later than three months after the date of the request for rectification or cancellation and inform the person of the actions they have taken. When national rules provide for shorter reaction times, these shorter periods apply. Germany has no shorter reaction time.
A short-stay visa costs 60 euros (46 USD; 66 USD) but only 35 euros for Russians, Ukrainians and citizens of some other countries, as part of the facilitation of issuing visas. A Schengen visa or visa exemption does not allow the traveller to enter the Schengen area, but allows the traveller to apply for entry to the crossing point. The Schengen border code lists the requirements that third-country nationals must meet in order to enter the Schengen area. To this end, a national of a third country is a person who does not enjoy the right to free movement (i.e. a person who is not an EU national, of the EEA, Switzerland or the United Kingdom, or a family member of a person in possession of a residence card marked “family member of a European Union citizen” or “family member of an EEA or CH citizen”).