Susa Travel guide
Susa : Michelin's recommendations
Susa owes its nickname, the “Gateway to Italy” to its strategic position at the junction of two roads from France. The Savoy Door, the symbol of the town, dates from the late 3C-early 4C, when the ramparts were built. Next door stands the cathedral, flanked by a magnificent Romanesque campanile. The town is home to a number of ancient monuments: the Arch of Augustus (8C BC), a Roman aqueduct (4C), Celtic rocks, shaped like small dishes (6C-5C BC), and an amphitheatre (1C-2C).
Corso Stati Uniti 4/6 I - 10059 Susa
Hotel Susa & Stazione offers warm hospitality and comfortable accommodation since 1906, when it was an inn for the few travellers on the way to France. Owned and managed with care and passion by the Pasquali-Peirolo family since 1987, today the Susa..
Via Meana n11 I - 10059 Susa
Set a 2-minute drive from Susa, Hotel Fell offers classic-style rooms with a balcony, TV and garden views. Guests can enjoy a restaurant, sun terrace, and free Wi-Fi throughout. Rooms at Fell Hotel feature carpeted floors, minibar and a private bath..