Exhibitions and Fairs in Aosta

Capital city of the Aosta Valley, Aosta is a town of 35,000 inhabitants, located some 580 meters above sea level. The town economy is based on tourism and the service sector. The Region of Valle d'Aosta has a special autonomous status, therefore there are many public servants working for the State and the Provinces. The events held at the fair focus on crafts, ecology, and environmental issues.

How to reach Aosta

Aosta is an exit of the A5 Torino-Courmayeur Motorway, and is crossed by State Road SS 26 towards France and SS 27, which leads to the Great St. Bernard Tunnel, on the border with Switzerland. The train station of Aosta, on Piazza Manzetti, serves two lines: one towards Pré-Saint-Didier and one towards Chivasso and Turin Porta Nuova. In the nearby town of Saint-Christophe, there is the regional airport Corrado Gex.

Where to stay in Aosta

Popular tourist destination both in summer and winter, Aosta offers many accommodation options. 3 and 4 star hotels in Aosta often welcome skiers from the ski resort Pila or tourists wishing to visit the area of Cogne. Hotels in Aosta's historical centre are close to the train station and the ski gondola to Pila.

Aosta Shopping and Nightlife

The shopping and restaurants area in Aosta is that around Piazza Roncas. Especially along Via Croix de Ville and Via de Tillier, you will find the best shops where to buy handicrafts and typical products of the Aosta Valley.

Cars, flights and hotels


Airports, fairgrounds, car rentals and hotels in Aosta

Hotel Express Aosta East
3 star hotel

Località Autoporto 33

HB Aosta Hotel
3 star hotel

Via Malherbes 18/A

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