An oasis of relaxation among the most impressive mountains in Europe
La nostra scelta tra i migliori hotel della zona
Valle d'Aosta is the smallest region of Italy, located between the Alps, has a natural heritage of rare beauty. For those planning a trip to Valle d'Aosta, it is good to know that the region, from a tourist point of view, is divided into seven geographical areas: Mont Blanc, Gran San Bernardo, Monte Cervino, Monte Rosa, Valle Centrale and Mont Avic. Aosta and neighboring areas, Gran Paradiso. All these locations offer visitors hotels and resorts with spas that are ideal for both winter and summer holidays.
1.Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso, a protected area where it is possible to observe animals in their natural environment: marmots, golden eagles, chamois, and of course the ibex, symbol of the park.
2. Roman bridge of Pont-St-Martin, the first major infrastructure built by the Romans in the Aosta Valley.
3.Fénis Castle, a mighty structure that belonged to the Challant family
4. Ussel Castle, from medieval times used as a prison
5. Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta
Those who decide to spend their holidays in the Aosta Valley will have to come across the genuine and robust Aosta Valley cuisine characterized by beef and ibex specialties, cold cuts, cheeses and excellent soups.
To get to Valle d'Aosta you can take advantage of the flights, provided by the airline Air Vallée, which carry out the daily route Rome - Aosta or of the airlines that land in Milan, Turin and Geneva. Those who decide to arrive in Valle d'Aosta by car can use the Turin-Aosta-Courmayeur motorway which allows you to reach Aosta, Courmayeur and France, through the Mont Blanc tunnel. Furthermore, twice a day there is a transfer service from Turin Caselle airport to the Aosta bus station.SEE THE MAP