Domenica, 21 Ottobre 2018
ROME

Only one in three Italians taking summer vacations in 2013

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Rome, July 16 – Only one in three Italians intends
to take a summer vacation this year as the recession continues
to cut deeply into household incomes, says a new survey released
Tuesday.
The estimates by Federconsumatori, the national consumer
association, is bad news for Italy's national tourism industry.
Prices for travel, food and accommodation remain too
expensive, says the association.
A family of three driving from Milan to the Adriatic
coastal town of Rimini for a week's holiday is looking at a
price of about 1,450 euros; that rises to about 1,558 euros if
travelling in second-class on a high-speed train, the group
says.
Across Europe, the capital that is least expensive this
year is Spain's Madrid while the most expensive in Moscow.
Cruises are also becoming more expensive from Italy, rising
about 11.1% compared with one year ago, says the consumer group.
All this means that visitors from foreign countries may
also be discouraged from travelling to Italy, the group
concludes.

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