A different summer than usual? In the high mountains with something more, which makes it unmissable. Is called Culturété and indicates one linguistic composition of “cultures” and “été” which immediately evokes an almost bucolic image of a summer rich in culture.
And that’s exactly what lies ahead for this season in Valle d’Aostawhere, in the months of July and Augustcultural sites scattered throughout the region will be involved in cultural events of all kinds.
From medieval castles to museums, from the vast Valle d’Aosta nature to real archaeological sites: the whole region will be the stage for these two months in the name of music, dance, stories and experiences.
The Culturété review provides 5 thematic areas main, divided both on the basis of their content and on the basis of the places they will see involved: so, between Château d’Aymavillesan enchanting castle seat of various events, a Archéo Étéwith its walks and literary experiences in the archaeological sites of the Roman Aosta, up to Châteaux Nuitswith evenings in the Aosta Valley castles and their parks, without forgetting Summer in Gambaa series of meetings at the Gamba Castle and, finally, Stories for funappointments designed specifically for the little ones.
The idea of this cultural review comes from Regional Superintendency for Cultural Heritage and Activities which, with this busy program of events, aims to make the Valle d’Aosta and the rest of Italy rediscover the historical and artistic heritage of the region.
The beauties of nature and the masterpieces of man that already populate the territory certainly do not need major interventions to be made fascinating in the eyes of visitors; however, the narration that will accompany the discovery of these places through theater, literature, music and much more it will certainly contribute to enriching the experience for the lucky ones who will take part, accompanying them hand in hand to reveal the history and secrets of the places visited.
“The regional museum sites are the protagonists of the Aosta Valley summer with activities that involve not only art lovers but also families and children in the rediscovery of the value of cultural heritage” Manager of the Historic-Artistic Heritage Structure and Management of Cultural Sites, Viviana Valletpoints out how
“There is a great desire to return to experience culture live, enhancing a sector that during the pandemic has shown great resilience and which never before represents a strong identity glue” he says. Jean-Pierre Guichardaz, Regional Councilor for Cultural Heritage, Tourism, Sport and Commerce.
There are also numerous distinguished guests from the world of music, art literature, to provide visitors with an experience that is as complete and inclusive as possible. In other words, a review not to be missed for lovers of culture, nature and, why not, also food and wine: Valle d’Aosta will certainly be able to offer its best this summer, with its climate and its extremely rare panorama in the Italian peninsula and its fascinating history.
The events scheduled for these weeks are endless. Here in the gallery, however, we will bring you back the ones that have tickled our imagination strings the most.
Source: Vanity Fair