Aosta Valley (in Italian: "Valle d'Aosta") is the smallest region in Italy. It includes in its territory the highest, the most famous and the most beautiful mountains of Alps. Mountains and snow are its most important resource.
Its winter resorts are the most appreciated by winter sports' tourists.
-Aosta- Aosta is the capital and main center of the Valle d'Aosta region. It has Roman origins; substantial traces of its origins can be found in monuments such as the Arch of Augustus (erected in 35 B.C.), Porta Praetoria (1st cen. A.D.), the Roman amphitheatre, as wella as in the regular layout of the streets, which was not altered in successive eras. Some of the 20 towers of the Roman walls are still well preserved. The cathedral (built in the 4th cent. and replaced in the 11th cent. by a new edifice dedicate to the Madonna) and the Romanesque-Gothic church of San Orso are among the main other sights.
-Saint-Vincent- It's an elegant resort, with top European-level hotels and one of the biggest Casinos in Europe.
Mountains: Mount Bianco, Mount Rosa, Gran Paradiso, Cervino.
Alpine Valleys: Valtournenche, Great St. Bernard valley, Valgrisenche, Rhemes Valley, Valsavarenche.
Cultural, Gastronomic and more...
Winter sports in the most famous skiing areas, but not only: resorts such as Saint-Vincent, Courmayer, just to name a few, offer tourists the best opportunities for shopping, entertainment, casiṇ, bars, restaurants and a lively nightlife.