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The north-western Italian Alpine region of Valle d'Aosta is a natural and cultural treasure able to delight event he most jaded and blasé of travellers. The autonomous region is home to stunning Alpine peaks and meadows, historic sites and foodie delights. When looking to travel to this beautiful and unique Italian region, visitors should do well to trust the accommodation booking experts for reservations at the best Valle d'Aosta hotels. Thanks to our easy to navigate website, would-be visitors can browse a large database of hotels in the region, pinpoint every single accommodation on maps of the local area, and filter hotels based on criteria that matter to them: search and filter rooms, hotels and resorts based on budget, size of your party, vicinity to landmarks, ski and winter sports resorts, accessibility to sites of cultural events and much more.

What's Valle d'Aosta Like?

The Italian region of Valle d'Aosta is located on the border with France and Switzerland, nestled in an idyllic landscape at the foothill of the lofty Alpine ranges and green valleys. The capital city of Aosta is a bustling commercial centre at the foot of the imposing Monte Bianco: this is where you will find the most shops, theatres and cinemas. Among the leading attraction in Aosta, do not miss the Cathedral, the remains of the Roman theatre at Porta Pretoria, the iconic Arch of Augustus on Corso del Buthier, and end your pilgrimage on the elegant historic Piazza Chanoux in the city centre. Outside Aosta nature lovers can join excursions to Monte Bianco and the San Bernardo natural park. Other towns in the region are tiny but charming: explore Sarre and its castle, elegant ski resort Courmayeur and Saint Vincent, the site of a chic casino.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Valle d'Aosta

Let help prepare you for your visit to Valle d'Aosta with a few useful tips. The region is bilingual, which means that Italian and French are spoken fluently. If your French is not so hot, it would be worth brushing up your conversational vocabulary, as English is not widely spoken here. The locals will welcome all travellers with typical warm Alpine hospitality. Whilst there, why not sample the best of Valdostana cuisine, including potato and Fontina cheese gratin, vegetable, stale bread and meat soup and Valdostana venison cooked in cream and juniper berries served with cornmeal polenta. Vegetarians will rave over local cheese Fontina, served grilled with hearty polenta in most restaurants. For a truly local tipple, do not hesitate to order Distillato di Genepy, a local grappa or schnapps made of local Alpine herbs and widely served in any of the local bars.