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HISTORIC CENTER OF AOSTA

Aosta historic centre guards a prestigious historical and archaeological heritage, mainly dating back to the roman period. At the eastern entrance of the city you will be welcomed by the "Arco di Augusto", built in honour of the homonymous imperator.
Then you’ll find the “Porta Pretoria” monument, the “Teatro Romano”, the “criptoportico” and some remains of the roman walls.
Save all these monuments in your “to see” list!

HISTORIC CENTER OF AOSTA

Aosta historic centre guards a prestigious historical and archaeological heritage, mainly dating back to the roman period. At the eastern entrance of the city you will be welcomed by the "Arco di Augusto", built in honour of the homonymous imperator.
Then you’ll find the “Porta Pretoria” monument, the “Teatro Romano”, the “criptoportico” and some remains of the roman walls.
Save all these monuments in your “to see” list!

CAsTLES

The natural environment is preserved by a system of protected areas and it counts over 2.000 of plant species and a lot of animal species.
Among the most famous parks and natural reserves we can find the “Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso”, between Piedmont and Aosta Valley, and the “Parco Naturale del Mont Avic” in the Champorcher valley.

CAsTLES

The natural environment is preserved by a system of protected areas and it counts over 2.000 of plant species and a lot of animal species.
Among the most famous parks and natural reserves we can find the “Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso”, between Piedmont and Aosta Valley, and the “Parco Naturale del Mont Avic” in the Champorcher valley.

NATuRAL PARKS

The natural environment is preserved by a system of protection areas and it counts over 2.000 of plant species and a lot of animal species.

Among the most famous parks and natural reserves we can find the “Parco Nazionale del gran Paradiso”, between Piemonte and Valle d’Aosta, and the “Parco naturale del Mont Avic” in the Champorcher valley.

NATuRAL PARKS

The natural environment is preserved by a system of protection areas and it counts over 2.000 of plant species and a lot of animal species.

Among the most famous parks and natural reserves we can find the “Parco Nazionale del gran Paradiso”, between Piemonte and Valle d’Aosta, and the “Parco naturale del Mont Avic” in the Champorcher valley.