Ufficio turistico
Piazza Porta Prætoria, 3
I-11100 Aosta
+39 165 236627

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Main city of Aosta Valley (Val d'Aoste), a bilingual region in the Italian Alps (French- and Italian-speaking). It is an important European crossroads, a gate to Italy, France (Mont Blanc tunnel) and Switzerland (Grand-Saint-Bernard tunnel and mountain pass).

Campione d´Italia

Comune di Campione d'Italia
Piazzale Maestri Campionesi
I-22061 Campione d'Italia - Como
+41 91 641 91 41

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A tiny piece of Italy landlocked in Switzerland, in the canton of Ticino, on the shores of Ceresio (Lake Lugano).

Ceresio (Lake Lugano)

Ufficio Turismo
Piazzale Luraschi
I-21050 Porto Ceresio
+39 332 181 7522

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Nestled between Lake Maggiore and Lake Como, Lake Lugano is often called Ceresio by Italy, which shares it with Switzerland. It has a surface area of 48.9 km2, with about one third of it on Italian territory.


Consorzio per lo sviluppo turistico del Cervino
Via Guido Rey, 17
I-11021 Breuil-Cervinia
+39 0166 940986

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Do you think the Matterhorn/Cervin is a Swiss mountain? You're wrong! It's an Italo-Swiss mountain, as the border is just crossing its top! You can reach the Cervino from the South, across the Val d'Aoste then along the Valtournenche.


Ufficio turistico
Frazione Corgnolaz n.11
I-11020 Chamois (AO)
+39 166 470 949

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The one and only village in Italy that can only be reached by cable car, on foot, by bike... or by plane or helicopter since the tiny "Altiporto di Chamois" is right next door!


Office du Tourisme
Rue Bourgeois, 34
I-11012 Cogne (AO)
+39 165 749125

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South of Aosta, a large village of about 1500 inhabitants has given its name to a valley that climbs to the Gran Paradiso National Park. It is one of the few counter-valleys that open up to the south from the Aosta Valley.


Courmayeur Mont Blanc Turismo
Piazzale Monte Bianco, 10
I-11013 Courmayeur (AO)
+39 165 841612

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Set in a picturesque mountain scenery, Courmayeur is an attractive year-round destination. Located at the foot of the Mont Blanc massif on its Italian side, it is a famous ski resort in winter, and a hikers paradise in summer.

Curon Venosta

Associazione turistica Passo Resia
Via Principale 22
I-39027 Resia
+39 473 633 101

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A surprising place on the edge of the artificial lake of Resia. In the centre of a lagoon stands the bell tower of the old village, which was swallowed up when the Resia dam was built in 1950.


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A little town in Piedmont (Northern Italy), on the south side of the Alps. First town south of Simplon mountain pass and railway tunnel, on the Brig-Milano connection.


Office Régional du Tourisme
Rue du Mont Velan, 1
I-11014 Etroubles (AO)
+39 165 78559

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Etroubles is a picturesque village in the middle valley of the Great St Bernard, halfway between Aosta and the top of the pass and a few kilometres from the tunnel entrance on the Italian side.


Office du tourisme du Grand-St-Bernard
Col du Gd-St-Bernard
CH-1946 Bourg-St-Pierre
+41 27 783 32 48

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The high mountain pass between Valais in Switzerland and Val d'Aoste in Italy. Home of the famous St-Bernard rescue dog, the one that has a keg around the neck!

La Place (Issogne)

Comune di Issogne
La Place, 26
I-11020 Issogne (AO)
+39 125 929332

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Make a small detour to La Place, the main village of Issogne, which you will not pass through on the Valle d'Aosta motorway or main road, you can visit there one of the most beautiful castles in the valley.

Lago Maggiore

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Lake Maggiore is a pre-Alpine lake of 212 km2 and 65 km in length, about 50 km northwest of Milan, straddling Piedmont and Lombardy in Italy and the Canton of Ticino in Switzerland.

Lake Como

Infopoint Como
Via Albertolli 7
I-22100 Como
+39 31 4493068

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About 45 km north of Milan and a few kilometres east of Ticino (Switzerland), Lake Como has been a place frequented by aristocrats since Roman times and is still an outstanding tourist destination today. It is considered one of the most beautiful lakes in the world because of its climate and its landscapes dotted with sumptuous villas and villages.

Lake Orta

Unione turistica del lago d’Orta
Piazza Unità d’Italia 2
I-28028 Pettenasco (NO)
+39 349 576 090

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Parallel to Lake Maggiore, Lake Orta is located on the road from Domodossola to Novara. It is the westernmost of the Alpine lakes created by the Simplon glacier after the last ice age some twenty thousand years ago.

Madonna di Tirano

Consorzio Turistico
Via M. Quadrio, 11
I-23037 Tirano (SO)
+39 342 705 568

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Madonna di Tirano is the area of the city of Tirano where the Basilica of the same name stands, a Catholic church dating from the beginning of the 16th century that should not be missed, whether you are a believer or not.

Porto Ceresio

Ufficio Turismo
Piazzale Luraschi
I-21050 Porto Ceresio
+39 332 181 7522

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The Swiss call it Lake Lugano, but for the Italians it is Ceresio, and at its south-western tip there is a very picturesque village logically named Porto Ceresio, which you should not miss.

Prato allo Stelvio

Associazione Turistica Prato allo Stelvio
Kreuzweg 4/C
I-39026 Prato allo Stelvio
+39 473 616034

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This small town of just under 4,000 inhabitants is located in Val Venosta (Vinschgau), the long valley that runs down from the Austrian border through the Italian South Tyrol. From here the road to the Stelvio and Umbrail passes starts.

Reschen Pass

Associazione turistica Passo Resia
Via Principale 22
I-39027 Resia
+39 473 633 101

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The Resia Pass (Italian: Passo di Resia, German: Reschenpass), at an altitude of 1507 m, is located in the German-speaking Italian region of South Tyrol, about 1.5 km south of the Austrian border.

South Tyrol

Alto Adige Informazioni
Via Alto Adige 60
I-39100 Bolzano
+39 471 999 999

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An Alpine region in central Europe, the former County of Tyrol, a possession of Austria-Hungary, was divided between Austria and Italy after the First World War. The south is nowadays part of the autonomous Italian region of Trentino-Alto Adige, which is largely German-speaking.

Tonale Pass

Consorzio Ponte di Legno-Tonale
Via F.lli Calvi, 53
I-25056 Ponte di Legno (BS)
+39 364 92097

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On the border between Lombardy and Trentino-Alto Adige, the Tonale Pass connects Val di Sole with Val Camonica at an altitude of 1883 metres. It was once a very important international crossing point.


Office du tourisme - Valpelline
Frazione Capoluogo, 1
I-11010 Valpelline (AO)
+39 165 713 502

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A valley of the Italian Alps, above Aosta (Val d'Aoste), remote but easy to reach. A paradise for treks, far from the trendy villages and therefore quite authentic. You'll love it!


Amministrazione Provinciale di Sondrio - Servizio Turismo
Corso XXV Aprile, 22
I-23100 Sondrio

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The Valtelline, a long valley (some 120 km) in the south of Graubünden, roughly corresponds to the valley of the river Adda, which rises near the Stelvio Pass and flows into Lake Como.


Office du tourisme - Breuil-Cervinia
Via G. Rey, 17
I-11021 Breuil-Cervinia
+39 166 949 136

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The Valtournenche valley, in Val d'Aoste, is the Italian side of the Matterhorn, named here Cervino. South of Mattertal valley, on the Swiss side, you have Zermatt, north of Valtournenche you have Cervinia-Breuil, right at the foot of the famous mountain.

Z´Makana (Macugnaga)

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South of the Monte Rosa massif, an Italian valley which was populated by Walser, Germanic people coming from Wallis (Valais, Switzerland). Facing the east side of the Monte Rosa with its 2,600 m vertical drop.

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