GASTALDI GLOBAL TRAVEL SRL

Incentives, Meetings, Conventions, Events, Special interest travel, Cruises handling, Product Launches, upscale FIT's
Gastaldi Global Travel is one of most renowned Italian Destination Management Companies and a landmark in the MICE industry for creativity, experience and quality of service. Founded in 1990, Gastaldi Global Travel belongs to Gastaldi Holding, which in 2010 celebrated its 150th anniversary.

Based in Rome with offices in Genova and more recently in Milan, we specialize in high end meeting and incentive travel, special interest tours and VIP individual programs throughout Italy. Thanks to our consolidated experience and thorough knowledge of Italian destinations and logistics, we are able to create and manage many types of unique programs while remaining focused on the best and most innovative solutions for all events with full respect of client’s budget.

Italia made by Gastaldi: Your way to Italy is our way!

GASTALDI GLOBAL TRAVEL SRL

Glittering Glamour...

November 2015


Milan is more than just a city of a thousand faces and a thousand facets, more than just the birthplace of masterpieces and geniuses, more than just a living museum brimming with famous monuments. The city actually embodies a whole life style and thus a special way of working, creating, and indeed conceiving life itself.

Aosta Valley is the smallest region in Italy, located between France and Switzerland. At its core are the highest peaks in the Alps: Cervino, Monte Rosa, Gran Paradiso and Mont Blanc which, at 15,781 feet, is the highest mountain in Europe.

Historically, the Aosta Valley has been viewed as land of conjuncture between Italy and France; such is also reflected in its official bilingualism and its many traditions. In any season of the year, visiting Monte Rosa or Monte Bianco or Grand Paradiso National Park, practicing sports on its slopes, or simply walking along the paths to reach the top, discover the many medieval castles and Roman heritages, you will enjoy the enchanting and magical surroundings that are created by the interplay of light, colors and hues that cover your way.
More than 20 wines are designated as originating from Aosta Valley: thanks to the region’s microclimate, vines can bear fruit up to 3,937 feet in altitude. The cheeses are equally-excellent, including the renowned FontinaDop, used for many recipes like fondue. Enjoy !!

Access:

  • Arrival airport – Malpensa Airport,  ca. 50 minutes’ drive from Milan downtown
  • Departure airport – Turin Airport,  ca. 1 hour & 45 minutes’ drive OR Malpensa Airport approx. 2 hours & 15 minutes’ drive from major villages in Aosta Valley
  • Travelling time by deluxe coach between Milan and Aosta Valley is  approx. 2 hours & 30 minutes

 

Hotel Suggestions

In Milan:

In Aosta Valley:

 

Highlights/activities/things to do

In Milan:

  • Milan Highlights: Castello Sforzesco & Leonardo Da Vinci Last Supper
  • Museum of La Scala and the Cathedral Terraces
  • Brera Art Gallery  & Museo del Novecento
  • Fashion & Design: Via Napoleone with personal shopper & the Design Museum
  • The Navigli Canals
  • The Meazza Football Stadium experience
  • Excursion to Maranello& the Ferrari World
  • Franciacorta wines route
  • Excursion to Como Lake & Maggiore Lake, Stresa
  • Excursion to Luganoand Mendrisio outlet (Switzerland)
  • Bergamo medieval town excursion and its wineries
  • Shopping tour at Outlet Serravalle or Mendrisio outlet in Switzerland

In Aosta Valley:

  • Aosta & Fenis Castle
  • Courmayeur &cable car excursion on Mount Blanc
  • Gran Paradiso National Park
  • Saint Vincent and its Casino
  • Castles Valley excursion
  • Trekking on the Mount Rosa
  • Fondue Cheese gourmet experience
  • Wine tasting itineraries
  • Hardwood & Tapestries artisans route
  • Chamonix & Savoy excursion (France)
  • Annecy and its lake (France)

 

Venues & Restaurants

In Milan:

  • El Brellin  restaurant 
  • Dolce e Gabbana restaurant
  • Terrazza Aperol
  • Palazzo Clerici

In Aosta Valley:

  • Hotel Svizzero, Courmayeur
  • La Maison de Filippo, Courmayeur
  • La Jolie Bergère, La Salle
  • Castello di Gressan, Gressan

 

For more information or ideas, please contact Mr. Michele Cerruti and/or Mrs. Teresa Cardinali at italy@euromic.com

Milan

Aosta Valley

Gran Paradiso National Park

Excelsio Gallia

Palazzo Parigi (Terrace)

Grand Hotel Courmayeur Mont Blanc

Milano La Scala

Ferrari Maranello

Piazza Duomo

Courmayeur

Fenis Castle

Saint Vincent Casino