Where do the Italians Live in Italy?
Italians are gravitating towards 14 urban areas in the country to make their homes, Censis observed in its study on lifestyle trends.
According to the report, six out of ten Italians, or 36.4 million people, now live in these areas, which make up 17% of the country's surface area. Censis identified the mosty popular areas:
- Lombardy and Veneto,
- six cities (Turin, Rome, Verona, Naples, Palermo and Cagliari),
- four coastal strips (Liguria, the upper and lower Adriatic coasts and the eastern coast of Sicily) and
- two other 'territorial belts' in Emilia-Romagna and Tuscany.