The village of Nendeln is better known as Eschen-Nendeln. That is because Nendeln is a small village that is linked with Eschen. Back in 842 A.D., the city was established under Ratic territory. The name of the city has a Celtic origin which literally means “by the water side”. The temperature in Nendeln ranges from -2 to 23 degrees Celsius. Nendeln is strategically situated at the foot of the mountains. From there, it is very easy to reach the Alps as well as the village of Planken.
At the top of the list of places to visit is the Keramikwerkstatt Schadler. Nendeln is home of the ancient settlers who have left artifacts in the form of pottery, stone tools, and ceramic shards. The art of creating these items has been passed down from generation to generation. Up until now, the same method of creating them is being used by the villagers. And these can all be seen at the Keramikwerkstatt Schadler. This ceramic factory occupies the south entrance of Nendeln. Unlike most of the companies found in the area, this one is a certified homegrown company.
Walking along Eschnerberg, tourists get to see the history of the village in concrete. Lined up along the path are proofs of ancient human settlement. This village is the home of Liechtenstein’s heritage. It is also where early Roman excavations can be observed. By visiting Eschen-Nendeln, one can freely appreciate the culture and history Liechtenstein. It gives an overview of the history of the whole principality.