Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Turin 19

Aosta 5

The Barolo Region 3

Asti 2

Rivoli 2

Courmayeur-Monte Bianco 2

Bard 1

Saluzzo 1

Venaria Reale 1

Castello Fénis 1

Breuil-Cervinia-The Matterhorn 1

Sacra di San Michele 1

Abbazia di Sant'Antonio di Ranverso 1

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Mountain–Sight 2

Museum/ Gallery 13

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Arco di Augusto

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At the eastern entrance to town, and commanding a fine view over Aosta and the mountains, stands the Arco di Augusto (Arch of Augustus),...

Collegiata di Sant'Orso

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This church has layers of history literally visible in its architecture. Originally there was a 6th-century chapel on this site founded...

Duomo

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Aosta's cathedral dates from the 10th century, but all that remains from that period are the bell towers. The decoration inside is primarily...

Roman Porta Pretoria

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This huge gateway, regally guarding the city, is a remarkable relic from the Roman era. The area between the massive inner and outer...

Teatro Romano

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The 72-foot-high ruin of the facade of the Teatro Romano guards the remains of the 1st-century BC amphitheater, which once held 20,000...

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