The cheapest coffee in Italy? In Messina! “Light” costs also in Reggio Calabria and Catanzaro

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By John

Bolzano is the city where the cup of coffee is most expensive this year in the ranking provided by Assoutenti based on data from the Ministry of Business and Made in Italy. In Messina, however, there is the least expensive coffee, just under one euro (95 cents). The espresso went from a national average of 1.04 euros in 2021 to the current 1.16 euros.

Only in the bars of three Italian cities, Catanzaro, Reggio Calabria and Messina, you can still consume an espresso at prices lower than 1 euro per cup, while in 22 provinces the price lists exceed 1.20 euros.

Here is the Assoutenti ranking:

THE 5 MOST EXPENSIVE CITIES

1) Bolzano 1.34 euros

2) Trento 1.31 euros

3) Belluno 1.28 euros

4) Padua 1.27 euros

5) Udine 1.26 euros

THE 5 LEAST EXPENSIVE CITIES

1) Messina 0.95 euros

2) Reggio Calabria 0.99 euros Catanzaro 0.99 euros

3) Avellino 1.02 euros Syracuse 1.02 euros

4) Naples 1.03 euros

5) Bari 1.04 euros

THE TOP 5 CITIES WITH THE HIGHEST RATES BETWEEN 2021-2023

1) Cosenza 36.4%

2) Catanzaro 23.8%

3) Pescara 22.0%

4) Bari 20.9%

5) Palermo 19.4%