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Aosta Old Town, Aosta
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  • Having just returned from a wonderful weekend in Valle d'Aosta Aosta, we chose for its spectacular marketplace! The Christmas of Aosta, in fact is the scenario of the archaeological site of the Roman Theatre. Wooden houses, where you can try local specialities including gifts, wine, antiques, Nordic inspirations etc.. Recommend a visit especially in the evening, the play of light among the Roman ruins, is really lovely!
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  • The heart of Aosta is a small town. You can walk around and see all of the Roman ruins in no time. Unfortunately, you can be so close to one of them and because the area is not well marked you don't e...  more »
  • Charming, in order, clean, cozy, not hectic and above all typical. Absolutely worth the money "lost" at least half a day to see the streets of downtown. I would add that it would be preferable to "lose" at least 1 whole day so you can re-view certain places, streets, monuments and areas even by-night. The colors and the lights change, acquiring a different beauty but not less. Certainly the locals are not low-cost if you want to eat well but is also obvious. It is very low-cost regarding the parking lots in the area: they are free in the adjacent streets and this I consider a fact not secondary.
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