Ski transfer to and from Aosta Valley

Aosta Valley is the smallest Italian region, but it is certainly one of the most amazing destinations both in summer and in winter for an unforgettable ski holiday. Discover the nature, the culture and the secrets of the Aosta Valley with How2Transfer, your reliable airport transfer service worldwide.

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Aosta Valley, a paradise for ski and more…

A journey in the Aosta Valley gives you extraordinary experiences. You can enjoy more than 831 kilometres of slopes for your skiing fun. However, you can also enjoy adventurous trekking in the wild trails inside the Gran Paradiso National Park. The mysteries of the many ancient castles will take you to the fascinating world of history, from Ancient Rome to the modern-days.

The many facets of a magical region

How2Transfer provides to guarantee you the best transfer service to and from the airports and your destinations in the Aosta Valley. We have a large wide of possibilities. Choose your ski resort or your holiday locations and we will be able to bring you there and back with very convenient prices and a high quality service.

The Aosta Valley is a small region, waiting to be explored. In winter is without any doubt a paradise for ski lovers. With its 23 well equipped ski resorts and over of 831 km of slopes, this region is the perfect holiday destination for all sport disciplines and all ski lovers of every levels. This is the least populous Italian region, with less than 150.000 inhabitants, but is perfectly organized to welcome tourists during their holidays. Here you can find some of the highest ski resorts in Italy, and the quality of the snow is very good for long months during the year.

In its 23 ski resorts, tourists can practice all the winter sports and summer sports. Skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice climbing in winter, and golf, trekking, rock climbing in summer, just for example. For a day of total relax, you can choose to enjoy the benefits of the spa. Famous are Pré Saint Didier spa and Saint-Vincent spa.

Don't miss to taste the regional cuisine: simplicity and local products are the watchwords. The typical cheese is Fontina, which is made from cow's milk that originates from the valley. Other specialities are Motzetta (a cow-meat ham), Lard d'Arnad, and many recipes made with potatoes, meat and polenta. You can accompany these recipes with a good glass of local wine, like a Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle or a Chambave Rouge.

The Aosta Valley is also the region (with Piedmont) of the Gran Paradiso National Park. Immerse yourself in pristine wilderness and explore breathtaking landscapes. A very rich flora and fauna will welcome you. Alpine ibex, chamois, wolf and marmots are common inhabitants of the big conifer woods and the alpine pastures. With How2Transfer you will find the ideal partner for your airport transfers to and from the Aosta Valley.


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