Aosta Valley is a wild territory, but anything but remote. It is in the heart of the Alps in a strategic position between Italy, Switzerland and France, as easy to reach from Italy as from abroad thanks to the Mont Blanc and Great Saint Bernard tunnels, among the main communication routes of the Alps. Its border position gives Aosta Valley a multicultural and international atmosphere.
Aosta Valley is connected through the highway network with Piemonte, France, and Switzerland. Below are the routes via freeway between Aosta and the main connected cities:
Turin Caselle Airport: 50 min. from Aosta. National and international airline flights. Connected to Turin through railway line or bus. Connection with Aosta via shuttle by reservation.
Malpensa Airport: national, international, intercontinental flights from Malpensa (1h 30min from Aosta). Connection with the main Aosta Valley areas via shuttle by reservation.
Geneva Airport: 2h from Aosta. International and intercontinental flights. Connection with Aosta via shuttle by reservation.
National connections: daily connections between Milan and Cervinia/Aosta/Courmayeur. The bus also makes stops in Aosta Valley. A line service is active also to/from Turin (Turin Porta Susa railway station, from which connections can be made for Caselle airport).
Aosta is connected through Ivrea or Chivasso with the Turin (Porta Nuova and Porta Susa) and Milan stations: