(by Cristina Armeni) Most expensive holidays in July in Italian cities, not only in cities of art. The prices of tourist accommodation in Italian cities, relating to hotels, pensions, bed and breakfasts, farmhouses, holiday villages, campsites and youth hostels, have risen in July this year compared to 2020 and in the face of average inflation annual nationality equal to + 4.1%, enormous territorial disparities emerge, between the most expensive city and the best, of 28.5 percentage points. This is what emerges from a study that the National Consumers Union conducted, exclusively 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 data inflation in July. Leading the ranking of the city with the greatest increases is Siena, with an astronomical increase of + 18.1% compared to July 2020. In second place Bari, with an annual increase in accommodation services of + 16.5%. On the lowest step of the podium, Verona with + 14.1%. Followed by Aosta with + 12.7%, Rimini in fifth position with + 11.8%, Livorno (+ 11.3%), Cagliari (+ 10.2%), Palermo in eighth place with + 8.9%, Trieste (+ 8.6%), Mantua and Bologna (both + 8.4%) close the top ten. On the other side of the ranking, as many as 20 cities are in deflation. The most virtuous city is Viterbo, which compared to last summer had a drop in prices of – 10.4%, in second place Vicenza with -5.6% and in third Caltanissetta with -4.6%. The increases on a monthly basis are even more sensational. In just one month, accommodation services in Massa Carrara increase by 20.2%. In second place Ascoli Piceno with a growth of 19.9% compared to June 2021, in third Cagliari with + 18.6%. Followed by Rimini (+ 17.5%), Siena (+ 14.9%), in sixth place Pescara (+ 13.8%), Aosta and Livorno (13% both), in ninth place Messina (+ 11.9%) ), the Sassari top ten ends with + 11.5%. As for the regions, the hotels and pensions with the most rising price lists compared to the previous year are located in Valle d’Aosta, +12, 4% on July last year, followed by Puglia (+ 12.1%) and Basilicata (+ 8.3%). The only region with a minus sign is Calabria (-1.2%), while Piedmont and Campania are below 1%, respectively + 0.5% and + 0.7%. (
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