Is the principal city of Aosta Valley, a bilingual region in the Italian Alps, 110 km north-northwest of Turin. It is situated near the Italian entrance of the Mont Blanc Tunnel, at the confluence of the Buthier and the Dora Baltea, and at the junction of the Great and Little St Bernard Pass routes.
Aosta lies on the crossroad of two major trans-alpine trunk roads: national road 26 (Italian: SS26, French: RN26) connecting the city of Chivasso to Little St Bernard Pass on the Italy-France border, and national road 27 (Italian: SS27, French: RN27 connecting the city of Aosta to the Great St Bernard Pass on the Italy-Switzerland border. Aosta is also served by the A5 motorway between Turin and Courmayeur. Wikipedia
Video 1 – Via Torino to Viale Giorgio Carrel
Approximately 1.85 km – 1.15 miles
The walk starts in Via Torino – Viale Giuseppe Garibaldi – Via Sant’Anselmo – Ponte di Pietra di Aosta – Piazza Vuillermin Renato – Ponte Romano Aosta – Via Ponte Romano – Via Mont Gelè – Via Mont Velan – Via Pasquettaz – Via Vetreria Antica – Piazza Arco D’Augusto – Via Sant’Anselmo – Via Sant’Orso – Via Sant’Anselmo – Piazza Porta Pretoria – Via Porta Pretoria – Piazza Emile Chanoux -Viale Conseil Des Commis – Giardini pubblici, Viale Conseil Des Commis – Via Tour Du Pailleron – Viale Conseil Des Commis -Viale Giorgio Carrel