Trains in Aosta Valley: timetables, prices and tickets


Aosta Valley

Expanded to 3,262 km2, the Valle d’Aosta is the smallest region in Italy and is one of the most beautiful in the Alps. Bordered by France, Switzerland and Piemonte, has the sole province of Aosta. The region is affected by grandiose alpine mountains – Mont Blanc with its 4810 m is the highest peak in the entire European continent – from historical crossings by beautiful ponds and a rich alpine flora, and in this stunning natural landscape is perfectly added the man who over time has enhanced the area by building monuments, castles and rustic homes. The harmony and beauty of the landscapes make Val d’Aosta region frequented by tourists in winter in many choose the Val d’Aosta for establishments equipped and efficient in spent many a summer walking holiday, wellness and good food. Gressoney and Champoluc are bases for the lift to Monte Rosa, Courmayeur is the starting point for the ascent of Mont Blanc; Cogne center for excursions to the National Park of Gran Paradiso, the oldest protected area in conjunction with the National Park of Abruzzo . Aosta, the only city of the region, is an important center for history and monuments next to S. Orso – the most important medieval complex – we must not forget the Cathedral, the Roman Theatre and the Arc de Agusto. Tourism is therefore the main resource of the Val d’Aosta mountain farming has given way to industrial activities, especially in the steel industry.



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