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Del Gran Paradiso

Woods, grasslands, mountains, rocks and glaciers… all within 70,000 hectares of land. This is the Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso, the first national park to be established in Italy. With the variety and the peaceful serenity of the area makes it a great holiday retreat all year around. Each season offers a different activity – hiking in summer, skiing in winter, for instance.

Getting There

By car:
From Turin, take the SS 460 to Ceresole Reale and then to Piedmont. If you’re coming from Milan, get to Ivrea; take the SS 565 to Castellamonte. Continue until you reach the SS 460 in Rivarolo Canavese. If you want to reach the Valle d'Aosta slope of the Park take the A5 towards Aosta and the Mt. Bianco tunnel. Exit at Aosta and continue till you reach the park.

By train:
You can reach Piedmont from the Turin and Ivrea railway stations. To get to Valle d'Aosta you’ll have to take a train to the Aosta railway station.

By plane:
To reach the park, take connections form Turin and Aosta.

Getting There

By car:
From Turin, take the SS 460 to Ceresole Reale and then to Piedmont. If you’re coming from Milan, get to Ivrea; take the SS 565 to Castellamonte. Continue until you reach the SS 460 in Rivarolo Canavese. If you want to reach the Valle d'Aosta slope of the Park take the A5 towards Aosta and the Mt. Bianco tunnel. Exit at Aosta and continue till you reach the park.

By train:
You can reach Piedmont from the Turin and Ivrea railway stations. To get to Valle d'Aosta you’ll have to take a train to the Aosta railway station.

By plane:
To reach the park, take connections form Turin and Aosta.