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Aosta, the principal town and capital of the mountainous Aosta Valley region is a popular stop-off destination for skiing enthusiasts, and not only due to its advantageous location within the Western Alps. Thanks to semi-autonomous status and an interesting location sandwiched between Switzerland to the east, and France to the west, it's unsurprisingly a popular holiday destination in itself. With a generous selection of Aosta hotels to choose from, let save you unnecessary hours wasted browsing through brochures and independent websites. We've already done that bit for you and can offer a refined selection of the best hotels and accommodation to suit all budgets and needs. Prefer to speak with a person before you book? Then give us a call! We're happy to help.

What's Aosta like?

Being part of the smallest of the Italian regions, and centrally located at that, staying in Aosta town provides a great base from which you can visit other parts of the Aosta Valley. Running in a diagonal line across the region is a chain of historic castles dating back from the Middle Ages - a great excuse for day tripping and taking in the jagged and dramatic landscape along the way. Staff at all Aosta hotels will be able to provide you with useful information on public transport links or specially arranged excursions to any one of these castles. Aosta itself, (once known as the Second Rome for its assemblage of Roman ruins) will impress with important historic monuments such as the Arch of Augustus, the Praetorian Gate and the Cathedral of Saint Maria. Take a walk along the city walls, take in the mountain air and work up an appetite for lunch!

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Aosta

Interestingly, Aosta Valley is bilingual, with the locals speaking French as well as Italian - which might be an advantage if your French is in better shape. A popular time to visit is at the end of January, when the annual Sant'Orso fair takes place. Dating back from the Middle Ages, this is a popular regional event with great tradition. Thousands of tourists fill the streets, which are decked out with the works of local artists and craft-workers displaying traditional fare of artistic and functional merit, made from a variety of materials from wood to leather. Pick yourself up a genuinely authentic souvenir and support local crafts at the same time. During this popular period, Aosta hotels fill up faster than usual so be sure to plan ahead to avoid disappointment. With at hand, this won't be a problem, so pay us a visit today!