The cup of coffee at the bar is not given up even in times of covid and some increases can occur from one year to the next with prices that vary from north to south where, in general, you pay less. And this is how the most expensive coffee is paid in a city in the north of Trento where the average price reaches 1.21 euros. The figure results from an elaboration of the Adnkronos from the Fipe Confcommercio 2020 Catering Report (based on Istat data from December 2020) which detects the price of the cup of coffee in the various provincial capitals. After Trento, the most expensive cup of coffee is drunk in Bolzano where the average price is 1.19 euros, a little cheaper in two out of four capitals of Friuli Venezia Giulia: Udine and Pordenone and also in Brescia where the average price is of 1.12 euros. But Trieste is also at the top of the rankings with a cent less than 1.11 euros equal to Padua and Bologna. In many northern and central-northern cities, average prices are 1.10 euros: Belluno, Ferrara, Gorizia, Modena, Ravenna, Rimini, Rovigo and Vicenza. And even in the cities of art, prices are around this level in Florence and Venice 1.09 euros as well as in Turin. Scrolling down the table, the lowest price is checked in Catanzaro where coffee costs well below the euro, 80 cents and again, again in Calabria at 0.88 in Cosenza and Reggio Calabria, also in Messina (0.81). In the capital, on the other hand, a coffee at the bar costs 0.93 euros on average, 10 cents less than Milan with 1.03 euros. While Naples, the kingdom of the ‘tazzulella’ and the ‘suspended coffee’, defends itself well under the euro with 90 cents.