MOST EXPENSIVE CITIES PER SQUARE METER IN ITALY

In the ranking of prices Venice (4,362 euro/m ²) is always the most expensive city in Italy, followed by Florence (3,398 euro/m ²) and Bolzano (3,384 euro/m ²). The ranking of the provinces sees the first in the list Savona (3,260 euro/m2), Bolzano (3,141 euros/m2) and Imperia (2,744 euro/m2). The most expensive macro-area remains Liguria with an average price of 2,593 euros per square meter, followed by Lazio (2,462 euro/m2) and Valle d’Aosta (2,444 euro/m2). After a slight decline Trentino South Tyrol and Tuscany also retain values over 2000 euros per square meter. As for the latest positions, the cheepest regions are Calabria (906 euro/sqm), Molise (986 euro/sqm) and Sicily (1,141 euro/sqm).

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