The prices of restaurants, pizzerias, bars, pastry shops, ice cream parlors, delicatessen and rotisserie products increase in July even if the gaps between cities are less consistent than in hotels. Against an annual inflation of 2% for Italy, the difference between the most virtuous city and the worst is equal to 7.7 percentage points. This was revealed by the National Consumers Union which conducted an exclusive study for Adnkronos, drawing up the complete ranking of the cities with the greatest increases or decreases in terms of accommodation and catering services, processing Istat inflation data of July. To win the unrewarding ranking is Rovigo, where restaurants increase by 7.3% compared to a year earlier. In second place Treviso, with + 5.3%, and in third Benevento, + 5.1%. Followed by Bari (+ 4.3%), in fifth place Reggio Emilia with double inflation compared to the Italian average (+ 4%), then Trapani (+ 3.9%), Brescia and Macerata (both + 3.6% ), Pescara, Avellino and Potenza (+ 3% all three). The most economical city, the only one still in deflation, is Bergamo, with a decline of 0.4%. Turin and Verona follow with + 0.7%, and Teramo with + 0.8%. Considering the regions, Puglia in first place, with + 3.6%, Basilicata in second with + 2.9% and, bronze medal, Trentino Alto Adige, with + 2.6%. The lower increases for Molise and Valle d’Aosta (+ 1.1% for both) and Lazio (+ 1.2%).
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