Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Valle d’Aosta1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Valle d’Aosta with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.
Railway and landscape maps of Valle d’Aosta areaThis Valle d’Aosta map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
City tours, excursions and tickets in Valle d’Aosta and surroundings
Italy - moving around the countryThe infrastructure of the leading Italian airport (Da Vinci Airport) will pleasantly surprise even the most experienced traveler. On the territory of the terminals are available comfortable recreation areas, cafes and restaurants, souvenir shops and duty-free shops, as well as nurseries, currency exchange offices, and bank branches. Next in size is considered to be the Marco Polo airport, which is located in Venice. It is situated eight kilometers from the city center. You can get to it with the help of water transport, buses, and taxis. The infrastructure of this airport is also quite well developed, creating comfortable and safe conditions for the movement of passengers. The third by dimensions in Italy is the Milan-Malpensa airport. It is located 45 kilometers from Milan. You can get to the city by public transport, taxi, or transfer. … Open
Overview of festivals and celebrations in ItalyThe flower festival that takes place in Noto has less fame, but the scale of the works presented in it makes us admire it. On Friday and Saturday preparatory works are in progress, sketches of future paintings composed of flowers are drawn, and on Sunday the main street of the city, which is 122 meters in length, is covered with numerous flowers. Paintings consisting of four hundred thousand roses, gerberas, daisies and other intoxicatingly smelling flowers are created. Images of flowers can become knights, various emblems and coats of arms, as well as beautiful ladies. Applications for the creation of a particular plot made of flowers are given in advance; the organizers previously make up a picture of the future floral splendor. … Open
Photogallery of Valle d’Aosta sights
Our guide to Valle d’Aosta
Travel guide to Valle d’Aosta
The region is also famous for its unique food traditions that attract gourmets from all over the world to this place. Submontane districts are rich with lavish pastures where rare cows are grazed. The true value of the region is farm dairy products. Many kinds of cheese, including world-famous fontina, are produced here. At the national restaurants, the visitors have a wide choice of meat and vegetable dishes and … Open
Advices for travellers
1. Ski resorts of the region are the most expensive in the country. In part, high prices are due to the fact that resort guests have access to the slopes of other countries. At the same time, equipment of local ski centers deserves the highest praise. 2. The region has the excellent bus system, but it would be a pleasure to travel by car too. Renting a car is an ideal option for those who stay on vacation as a … Open
Traditions and mentality of Valle d’Aosta
Summer in Valle d'Aosta is time for interesting events and festivals, where every traveler will feel like a welcome guest. July 1 starts the Celtic Festival. Magic Night held in the archaeological area of Aosta marks the beginning of the festival. After that symbolic event the festival moves to Bosco del Peuterey. Here, exciting magic shows, musical concerts, theater performances, as well as educational exhibitions … Open
Cuisine and top restaurants
Locals consider culinary traditions to be an integral part of their culture, so people protect latest from overpowering changes made by the modern world. The national menu consists of simple and hearty food; for many years meat, dairy products and vegetables have been basic elements of a diet. Nice additions to this simple food are mushrooms, cereals and fruit; fans of gourmet treats should definitely taste the local … Open
Attractions and active leisure
Many travelers know the region as the location of upscale ski resorts. Despite the fact that Valle d'Aosta is the smallest region in the country, the range of entertainment options is just huge. The length of ski trails at local resorts is about 1,200 kilometers; all ski centers are well equipped for skiers of different experience levels. The main feature of local ski centers is that they border with popular ski … Open
Cultural excursion through Valle d’Aosta - things to see
Valle d'Aosta is a wonderful land with charming scenery and rich historical heritage. Fans of excursions associate this region with impressive ancient castles and forts, churches and an abundance of ancient temples, as well as amazing museums and art galleries. One of the oldest and most picturesque cities in the region is Aosta; its historic center is literally created for walks. Buildings of different eras, from … Open