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Maison de l'Artisanat International
Maison de l'Artisanat International
Attraction type: Specialty Museums
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ANS Aquatic Center
ANS Aquatic Center
Attraction type: Sports Complexes; Water Parks
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Parco Nazionale Gran Paradiso
Parco Nazionale Gran Paradiso(Aosta)
Attraction type: Nature & Wildlife Areas
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Teatro Romano
Teatro Romano(Aosta)
Owner description: The Aostan Roman Theatre stands out for its straight southern facade measuring 22 meters in height. Its majesty is punctuated by a series of buttresses and arches and is lightened... more Owner description: The Aostan Roman Theatre stands out for its straight southern facade measuring 22 meters in height. Its majesty is punctuated by a series of buttresses and arches and is lightened by three orders of windows with different width. The masonry is characterized by large rectangular blocks of conglomerate and of local limestone. This suggestive part was originally longer than 60 m. The east and west sides were about 38 m long. The cavea is easily recognisable, as a semicircular structure where the public sat. Only the last six steps remain visible, in addition to the two, lower and wider, where the most important people used to sit. The radial substructures on which laid the rest of the terraces are still in their original place. The stage was located in front of the cavea, of which only the foundations are still visible. Small rooms behind served as dressing rooms for the actors, while the sides of the stage were used as deposits for equipment. The entire structure was then completed by arcades that stood against the perimeter wall on the shorter sides. The theatre was not built at the same time when the city was founded (25 BC), but rather a few decades later, in the Julio-Claudian era, as some previous buildings were found in this very area. less
Attraction type: Ancient Ruins
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Criptoportico Forense
Criptoportico Forense(Aosta)
Owner description: The way leading to the Cryptoporticus is located in the garden on John XXIII square. It is a monumental building marking a sacred area for cult. It is a basement building with a... more Owner description: The way leading to the Cryptoporticus is located in the garden on John XXIII square. It is a monumental building marking a sacred area for cult. It is a basement building with a series of windows. It was horseshoe-shaped and is formed by two parallel tunnels with barrel vaults, supported by sturdy pillars. The Cryptoporticus dates back to the Augustan age: it served mainly as a supporting structure of the land level that in that part of the city formed a slight slope from North to South, therefore creating a gap between the sacred area and the adjacent legal area. The colonnade above him served as a cornice for the two temples that stood side by side on a single podium, which could be reached by a staircase. The long east side of the Eastern Temple is well-preserved, and it can be seen nowadays, under the archdeaconry building. The Cryptoporticus therefore formed a covered walkway surrounding the sacred buildings. Its galleries represented an extension of the Forum colonnade, whose main function was to protect from rain and snow in winter and from sun in summer. During the third and fourth centuries, it probably turned to be used for goods storage. less
Attraction type: Ancient Ruins
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La Clusaz
La Clusaz
Ranked #1 of 10 Restaurants in Gignod
Cuisines: Italian, European
Good for: Romantic, Business meetings, Special occasions, Local cuisine
Dining options: Dinner, Late Night, Lunch, Highchairs Available, Parking Available, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible
Chez Duclos
Chez Duclos
Ranked #2 of 10 Restaurants in Gignod
Price: $2 - $11
Cuisines: Italian
Chez Edi
Chez Edi
Ranked #3 of 10 Restaurants in Gignod
Cuisines: Italian
Good for: Business meetings, Kids, Families with children, Special occasions
Dining options: Dinner, Late Night, Reservations, Waitstaff
Due Campane
Due Campane
Ranked #4 of 10 Restaurants in Gignod
Cuisines: Italian, International
Dining options: Dinner, Lunch, Reservations
Agriturismo Lo Couis
Agriturismo Lo Couis
Ranked #5 of 10 Restaurants in Gignod
Price: $22 - $34
Cuisines: Italian

All accommodations » Where to stay - Budget

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Hotel Mont Velan
2.0 of 5
Hotel Mont Velan
$78 - $166
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Saint-Oyen
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Hotel Perret
Hotel Perret
$37 - $76 (€33 - €68)
Ranked #3 of 3 Hotels in Valgrisenche
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All accommodations » Where to stay - Midrange

Chez Magan
Chez Magan
$76 - $160
Ranked #1 of 6 Gignod B&B and Inns
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Locanda la Clusaz
3.0 of 5
Locanda la Clusaz
$81 - $85
Ranked #2 of 6 Gignod B&B and Inns
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Les Fleurs
Les Fleurs
$81 - $85
Ranked #3 of 6 Gignod B&B and Inns
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All accommodations » Where to stay - Luxury

Nearby recommended accommodations:

Hotel Duca d'Aosta
4.0 of 5
Hotel Duca d'Aosta
$130 - $207 (€116 - €184)
Ranked #1 of 18 Hotels in Aosta
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La Meridiana - Hotel du Cadrain Solaire
4.0 of 5
La Meridiana - Hotel du Cadrain Solaire
$115 - $421 (€102 - €375)
Ranked #1 of 5 Hotels in St. Pierre
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Hotel Milleluci
4.0 of 5
Hotel Milleluci
$230 - $331
Ranked #2 of 18 Hotels in Aosta
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