UNC, hotels and B & Bs summer sting on the way. Caltanissetta, the second most virtuous city in Italy – the Fatto Nisseno

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For the summer holidays there is a sting for the prices of hotels, B & Bs, villages, accommodation in general and even restaurants.
This was reported by the National Consumers Union which conducted a study for Adnkronos, drawing up the complete classification of the cities with the highest price increases, elaborating the latest Istat data for the month of May.
Although it is not a month of vacation and there were no bridges, in fact, the prices of accommodation, i.e.
hotels, motels, pensions, bed and breakfasts, farmhouses, holiday villages, campsites and youth hostels, have already risen in the national average of the 12.5% ​​on May 2021: + 14.7% hotels and motels, + 10.7% pensions, + 0.4% holiday villages, campsites and hostels.

But the differences on the territory are abnormal, over 58 percentage points of difference between the worst city and the best.
A symptom also of a different recovery in tourist demand, still patchy, with some tourist cities even in deflation.
Turin is ruling the ranking of the city with the highest rises in the hotel sector, with an astronomical leap of 40.5% compared to last year.

In second place Palermo, with an annual increase of 36.5%.
Bronze medal in Siena with + 30.7%.
Just off the podium Bologna with + 28.9%.
Followed by Teramo (+ 23.5%), in sixth position Milan (21.6%), then Trieste (+ 20.7%), Como (+ 20.2%) and Rome (+ 19.6%).
Viterbo closes the top ten (+ 19.3%).

On the other side of the degree, the sensational figure of Venice, in deflation with a fall in prices on an annual basis of 17.5%.
The second most virtuous city is Caltanissetta (-4.9%).
On the lowest step of the podium Trapani (-1.2%).
Livorno is also in deflation (-0.4%).
Unc conducted an analysis of the increases also on a monthly basis, May to April 2022, which shows that Turin remains at the top of the top ten with +33.2%, while in second place is Siena (+28.1% ) and in the third Palermo (+ 18.8%).
Followed by Bologna which maintains fourth place (+ 14.9%) while in 5th place is Syracuse (+ 13.3%), Lucca (+ 13.2%), Parma (+ 11.6%), Rimini (+ 11.4%), Campobasso (11.2%) and Como (+ 10.8%).

News from Sicily 2022-06-19 16:25:00

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