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Aosta Valley

1 of 6 - Aosta Railway Station
Trenitalia long-distance trains connect Aosta railway station with Turin and Milan. Trains from Aosta serve the main railway stations in the Aosta Valley region: Pont-Saint-Martin, Verrès and Châtillon/Saint-Vincent. These stations are connected to the side valleys by bus services.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
2 of 6 - Aosta Bus Station
Local public transport companies connect Aosta by coach with Milan and Turin. Coaches also make intermediate stops in the Aosta Valley and Piedmont regions.
3 of 6 - Pont Saint Martin Railway Station
Trenitalia regional trains connect Pont Saint Martin with the main railway stations in the Aosta region: Aosta, Verrès and Châtillon/Saint-Vincent. A bus service from the station serves skiing destinations in the valleys.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
4 of 6 - Châtillon/Saint-Vincent Railway Station
Trenitalia regional trains connect Châtillon/Saint-Vincent with the main railway stations in the Aosta Region: Aosta, Verrès and Pont Saint Martin. A bus service from the station serves the skiing destinations in the valleys.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
5 of 6 - Courmayeur Bus Station
The local public transport companies connect Courmayeur by coach with Milan and Turin. The coaches also make intermediate stops in Aosta Valley and in Piedmont.
6 of 6 - Cervinia Bus Station
The local public transport companies connect by coach Cervinia with Milan and Turin. The coaches also make intermediate stops in Aosta Valley and in Piedmont.
Aosta Valley

The smallest region of Italy borders with France and Switzerland. It boasts the highest peaks in the Alps such as the Matterhorn, Monte Rosa, Gran Paradiso and Mont Blanc, the roof of Europe at 4810 m above sea level. An ideal destination for winter sports lovers with its green valleys and fairy-tale castles, the Aosta Valley is also an enchanting place to live all year round. Exclusive resorts or mountain huts: hospitality is wide-ranging to meet the well-being needs of every traveller, who can choose from an amazing selection of experiences and excursions to discover the soul of the region. Strolling or cycling through Aosta and pearls such as Cervinia and Courmayeur, or immersed in the magnificence of the Gran Paradiso Park - where you can observe ibex, chamois, golden eagles and marmots.

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Mediaeval fortresses, superb mountain resorts and ancient traditions among Europe's highest peaks.