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Valle d'Aosta Convention & Visitors Bureau welcomes you to an extraordinary region for arranging your events. Wide spaces or intimate areas in an alpine setting make even the simplest meetings original and full of excitement. We are available to supply you information and support, free of charge.



High altitude and high satisfaction: original solutions in a unique environment. A place for every need.



One-of-a kind challenges and experiences. To enjoy as a group, in a roped party, tandem, or solitary.



Some things only happen in Valle d’Aosta that will make your events unique and one-of-a kind.


Aosta Valley

The four giants of the Alps, Mont Blanc (4,810 m), Matterhorn, (4,478 m), Monte Rosa (4,634 m) and Gran Paradiso (4,061 m), crown Aosta Valley, a true paradise for mountain-lovers year-round. Here, man and nature meet and create a winning blend. These are some of the experiences possible for you in Aosta Valley.

Culture and Tradition

Culture and Tradition

Archeological and Roman ruins, Medieval monuments, castles, typical wood and stone architecture, rituals and traditions that are repeated unchanged in time: expressions of a territory in which history has left its mark.

Nature and sports

Nature and sports

800 kilometers of Alpine skiing and 300 cross-country trails among the highest peaks of Europe and also countless possibilities for air and water sports, mountain-biking, trekking, and mountaineering.



Alpine wellness is made of tranquil panoramas, the purest air and pristine landscapes, wellness hotels in beautiful corners and renowned thermal locations like the Saint-Vincent and Pré-Saint-Didier thermal spas.



The history and identity of an alpine territory told through its products: fruit of heroic cultivations, absolute excellence such as the Fontina DOP, valuable wines, and simple ingredients with intense flavors.

  • Musicastelle


    Musicastelle is the top musical and artistic event in the Aosta Valley: it joins to the art the incomparable setting of the mountains of the Aosta Valley. The festival proposes a series of afternoon concerts, always free of charge, hold in stunning open-air sp...

  • Trofeo Mezzalama 2007

    Trofeo Mezzalama

    The competition for the Mezzalama Trophy, one of the most ancient high mountain contests of the world, was founded in 1933 in memory of Ottorino Mezzalama, a pioneer in Alpine skiing. This is a biennial international ski mountaineering race on Monte Rosa. Inte...

  • Fiera di Sant'Orso

    Fiera di Sant'Orso

    The Fair of Sant'Orso is one of the symbolic events of Aosta Valley, with the many participants including both residents and tourists. This is a fair of crafts and typical products that has been held in the center of Aosta for more than a thousand years on 30t...

  • Mountain gourmet ski experience

    Gourmet mountain ski experience

    In Courmayeur, the high mountain and high cuisine meet. Heston Blumenthal, a multi-star London chef, famous for his molecular kitchen, introduces an exclusive event with the participation of other famous chefs such as Marcus Wareing, Sat Bains, and Maura Gosio...

  • Matterhorn Cervino Speed Opening

    Matterhorn Cervino Speed Opening

    Famous for being the first cross-border race in history, Matterhorn Cervino Speed Opening is the main news of the Ski World Cup circuit which is held between Breuil-Cervinia and Zermatt. The new slope, called 'Gran Becca' was conceived by the Ol...

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Aosta Valley In the heart of the Alps

Your Convention Bureau

Valle d'Aosta Convention Bureau is an organization created to promote and support the development of the tourism business in the Aosta Valley. It features major conventions, small meetings, incentive trips, or conferences; our organization will help to find the best solution for your events. Our support is professional, free and fast.

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  • Find the best venue for your event
  • Book the rooms at the best rates
  • Reserve castles and other special locations
  • Contact the local suppliers you need
  • Define programmes and routes
  • Obtain letters of candidacy and support
  • Acquire documentation and images to communicate your plans
  • Organize your inspections