Valle d’Aosta

Italy’s smallest region, Valle d’Aosta sits in the northwest of the country bordering both Switzerland and France. It is a land of mountains and high-altitude vineyards, castles and cable cars, and has the benefit of rarely being on the average tourist’s radar. Visit this alpine wonderland to ski in breathtaking scenery, soak in thermal waters, and tour magnificent castles.

What to eat?

Fonduta alla Valdostana (Valle d’Aosta-style fondue made from fontina cheese)

What to see?

The fairytale Castello di Fénis

What to do?

Tour the highest elevation vineyards in all of Europe in Morgex and La Salle.

Bocconcini-Sized Tales

Gorging on fondue non-stop in Switzerland didn’t deter me from ordering fonduta at every possible opportunity in Valle d’Aosta. I do not tire of pots of melted cheese.

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