The Aosta Valley was the first government authority to adopt Modern French as the official language in 1536, three years before France itself. 
Aosta Valley is the smallest region in Italy; in its northwest, it is located between France and Switzerland. At its core are its majestic peaks (the region is, after ...
Official Valle d'Aosta tourism website. Find info and make online bookings for a holiday amid the highest mountains in Europe.
Discover some of Europe's best skiing, snowboarding, walking, cycling, trekking and rafting in the Aosta Valley, all within 2 hours of Geneva, Turin and Milan airports.
The Aosta Valley is the Italian region in the Alps where there are the highest mountains in Europe, including Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa and Gran Paradiso. Aosta Valley ...
Skiing in Aosta Valley, Italy. Chalets, Hotels, Ski Hire and Holidays in the Italian ski resort of Aosta Valley, .
Border regions anywhere tend to have multiple personalities, and that's especially true when the border has moved so many times over the years. The Aosta Valley
Matterhorn; Mont Blanc - The highest mountain in Europe: 4810 m above sea level; Monte Rosa; Gran Paradiso (Grand Paradis) Understand . Aosta Valley, which is the ...
Aosta ( ; French: Aoste -   Arpitan: Aoûta; Latin: Augusta Prætoria Salassorum) is the principal city of Aosta Valley, a bilingual region in the Italian Alps ...
Art: Important traces of the Roman Age can be found in Aosta: the city walls, the theater, Augustus’s Arch, the Pretorian Gate. Visitors can admire the ...