Bolzano Italy's most expensive city to live in

Bologna the cheapest

(ANSA) - Rome, December 14 - The annual cost of living in the northern city of Bolzano rose by 229 euros in November, making it Italy's most expensive city to live in, a National Consumer Union (UNC) survey showed Monday.
    The cost of living fell by 273 euros in Bologna, the cheapest city on the peninsula.
    The cost of living rose on average by 93 euros a year for a couple with one child, by 101 euros for a couple with two children, by 85 euros for a couple aged 35 to 64 without children, by 51 euros for a pensioner aged at least 65 and by 55 euros for a single person under 35, the UNC survey said.


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