Details about all aspects of the Tour du Mont Blanc such as accommodation, food and price.
The Tour du Mont Blanc is one of the most popular European multi-day hikes. This 170-kilometer long trail with more than 10,000 meters of climb turns around the Mont Blanc. On its path through Italy, Switzerland, and France it reaches some of the most beautiful regions in the Alps.
Aosta is a beautiful Italian town on the crossroads of roads leading to the alpine passages of Little and Great Saint Bernard and the Mont Blanc tunnel near the highest mountain peaks in Europe: Mont Blanc, Matterhorn, and Monte Roza.
Livigno, a town in the northernmost part of the Italian province of Lombardy, almost on the very border with Switzerland, has a lot to offer. I will dare to say – it is the best of Italy I’ve seen so far.
St. Wolfgang Im Salzkammergut, as the Austrians most commonly call this place, is a charming little town tucked on the shores of Wolfgangsee Lake. The panorama of this small town at the foot of Schafberg Mountain is a scene to remember.