Even as the smallest region in Italy, this region boasts incredible mountains that are the highest ones in Italy. Its green valleys and fairy-tale castles complete the picture making the Val d'Aosta an enchanting place to experience in every season of the year.
Milano Malpensa airport is the closest international airports. It’s 180km from Aosta, the main city.
Best time for a trip: ideally from April to October or December to March for skiing.
What to expect: nature, little tours, hiking, biking, skiing, sightseeing, lakes.
Its main town, Aosta, is called “little Rome” thanks to its Roman ruins. Val d’Aosta is the highest region in Italy. Monte Bianco is the highest mountain in Italy and its top is said to be located here. It’s one of the regions in Italy with a special law giving it two official languages: Italian and French.
Its main town, Aosta, is called “little Rome” thanks to its roman ruins. It’s the highest region in Italy. The Monte Bianco is the highest mountain in Italy and its top is said to be located here. It’s one of the regions in Italy with a special statute so it has two main languages: Italian and French.
Discover our favorites places:
the itineraries of King DMC
DAY 1Arrive in Aosta: walking tour
DAY 2Visit of Castle Issogne
Tour of the Castle Aymaville
DAY 3Visit of Courmayeur
Skyway on the Monte Bianco
DAY 4Vist of Castle of Cervinia valley
Free day and departure