Explore Aosta in Italy with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.Activities in AostaIndividual Sights in Aosta
Sight 1: Area Megalitica di Saint-Martin-de-Corléans
The Saint-Martin-de-Corléans Megalithic Area is an archaeological site that is considered of major importance for the study and knowledge of European prehistory and protohistory, located in the Saint-Martin-de-Corléans district of Aosta, Italy.
Sight 2: Saint Martin de Corleans
The church of Saint-Martin-de-Corléans is a religious building located in the homonymous district of Aosta, Italy.
Sight 3: Castello di Montfleury
Montfleury Castle is a delight located at the gates of Aosta, improperly and only for centuries-old tradition called castle.
Sight 4: Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta
Aosta Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Aosta, in north-west Italy, built in the 4th century. It is the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Aosta.
Sight 5: Criptoportico Forense
Sight 6: Museo Archeologico Regionale
The Regional Archaeological Museum of the Valle d'Aosta, abbreviated in Mar, is an archaeological museum based in Aosta.
Sight 7: Anfiteatro romano di Aosta
The Roman amphitheater of Aosta is located inside the Roman wall. Its ruins are incorporated into a medieval construction, the monastery of the Sisters of Santa Caterina, which today houses the religious of San Giuseppe to whom you can ask to visit the structure. Access is in via dell'Anfiteatro at number 4.
Sight 8: Torre dei Balivi / Tour du Bailliage
The tower of the bailiffs - in French, Tour du bailliage -, actually one of the towers of Aosta with adjoining stronghold, is one of the medieval architectures of Aosta. It is located on the corner of Rue Guido Rey and Rue Jean de la Pierre, at the north-east corner of the Roman city walls. Since 2014 it has been home to the Musical Institute of the Aosta Valley.
Sight 9: Casa Tollen
The Tollen house is a restored medieval building, an integral part of the historical heritage of Aosta, now used as a deposit of the regional museum.
Sight 10: Tour Fromage
The Tour Fromage, also known as Torre Casei, is one of the towers of Aosta, in the Aosta Valley.
Sight 11: Teatro romano di Aosta
Sight 12: Torre dei Signori di Porta S. Orso
The towers of Aosta date back to their general system at the Roman era; Some of them have been preserved until the contemporary age. Other towers have been built in later times.
Sight 13: Porta Prætoria / Porte Prétorienne
The Pretorian door or Praetorian door is the eastern entrance door of the Roman city of Augusta Prætoria Salassorum.
Sight 14: Chiesa dei Santi Pietro e Orso
The Collegiate church of Saint Ursus is a collegiate church in Aosta, northern Italy, dedicated to Saint Ursus of Aosta.
Sight 15: Arco di Augusto
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