Valle D’Aosta (Aosta Valley)

Valle D’Aosta (Aosta Valley)

Adventure seekers, alpine skiers, and Roman history buffs descend on Italy’s smallest and least populated region annually to get their fix. This hidden and tiny gem is bordered by the French and Swiss Alps making it an alpine paradise and playground for the avid skiers. The ancient towns and castles that are dusted with snow in the winter and full of life in the summer, revealing fortresses and bathhouses that date back to their Roman roots. Whether you are looking to relax, enjoy some alpine powder days, or get lost in history Valle d’Aosta is waiting for you.

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Costoletta alla Valdostana

Veal done the best way possible: Breaded, fried, topped with white truffles and served with a fontina sauce.

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Fonduta

Pretty much an Italian take on Swiss Fondue. Made with local cheeses like Fontina and Valle d’Aosta Formadzo and thickened with eggs and fresh milk. Served with chunks of crispy bread for dipping

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Tegole

For the sweet-tooths the region offers these sweet biscotti. Flavoured with local honey and named for the roof tile shape they represent.

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City Life

Aosta  |  Cogne  |  Sarre  |  Bard

Stay in Valle D’Aosta (Aosta Valley)

One Day

Hidden within the city walls of Aosta lies a treasure trove of Roman military ruins and edifices. Its a historic playground packed with roman theatres, baths, bridges and towers. Walk along the Pont d’Ael, get lost in the Forensic Cryptoporticus, and stand in awe at the Arch of August. In January you don’t want to miss the extraordinary Sant’Orso fair, with plenty of artisans from all over the region.

Three Days

Explore one of Italy’shighlights, Monte Bianco. After a long day of hiking and enjoying nature relaxation is in order at one of Valle d’Aosta’s many thermal spas. Pré Saint Didier gives you a view of the surrounding alps while relaxing in their natural springs.

One Week

Hit the slopes and shred some some alpine powder at one of many world renowned ski resorts of the area like Courmayer and Pila. These alpine towns offer breathtaking views and unforgettable apres-ski options including brow raising nightlife and of course bombardino. Eggnog and Brandy at its finest.