As a famous ski resort, Aosta is well-known for its luxury hotels and wide specter of services and entertainments. The town is divided into three independent districts with each of them having its own peculiarities and advantages.
Monte-Rosa is, definitely, the most popular of them. Apart from high-quality ski slopes tourists can visit 55 restaurants, 26 bars and a night club. We should underline Caffe del Centro and Ca Nosta bars, which are famous for their refined design and thematic parties. The guests of this resort can also visit a pool, several sports centers, but driving the dogs’ gear remains, probably, the most famous entertainment. The local hippodrome has its own horse riding school where you can take first lessons and even make a ride.
Tourists, who cannot imagine themselves without shopping, may prefer La Thuille district, which is known as the center of shops and trading centers in Aosta. When you get tired of shopping, you can have rest in one of multiple cozy pizzeria or cafés. Weekends are a traditional time for parties and shows in night clubs. Courmayer district is famous not only by the best sports areas in whole town, but also by its historical sights. Here you can see Malqueen tower and an ancient chapel. The square around them is often used for various festivals and celebrations. Finally, Cervinia district differs from all other parts of the town by a huge skating-rink, which is located here. The skating-rink is surrounded by several restaurants, shops, and bars.