Current fuel prices Italy

Fuel prices in Italy vary by region. Today’s average fuel prices (diesel, premium unleaded, LPG and methane) per region and on the Italian highway (autostrade) are reflected in the table below.

Fuel prices in Italy

What is the current fuel price in Italy on 1-3-2024?

Abruzzo
Abruzzo, L’Aquila, Pescara, Teramo, Avezzano

What is the current diesel price in Abruzzo?

The current average diesel price in Abruzzo is euro 1.833.
Abruzzo, L’Aquila, Pescara, Teramo, Avezzano

What is the current premium unleaded price in Abruzzo?

The current average premium unleaded price in Abruzzo is euro 1.861.
Abruzzo, L’Aquila, Pescara, Teramo, Avezzano

What is the current LPG price in Abruzzo?

The current average LPG price in Abruzzo is euro 0.722.
Abruzzo, L’Aquila, Pescara, Teramo, Avezzano

What is the current methane price in Abruzzo?

The current average methane price in Abruzzo is euro 1.335.
Abruzzo, L’Aquila, Pescara, Teramo, Avezzano
Basilicata
Basilicata, Potenza, Matera

What is the current diesel price in Basilicata?

The current average diesel price in Basilicata is euro 1.847.
Basilicata, Potenza, Matera

What is the current premium unleaded price in Basilicata?

The current average premium unleaded price in Basilicata is euro 1.887.
Basilicata, Potenza, Matera

What is the current LPG price in Basilicata?

The current average LPG price in Basilicata is euro 0.712.
Basilicata, Potenza, Matera

What is the current methane price in Basilicata?

The current average methane price in Basilicata is euro 1.436.
Basilicata, Potenza, Matera
Bolzano
Bolzano, Merano, Brixen, Brunceck

What is the current diesel price in Bolzano?

The current average diesel price in Bolzano is euro 1.877.
Bolzano, Merano, Brixen, Brunceck

What is the current premium unleaded price in Bolzano?

The current average premium unleaded price in Bolzano is euro 1.901.
Bolzano, Merano, Brixen, Brunceck

What is the current LPG price in Bolzano?

The current average LPG price in Bolzano is euro 0.786.
Bolzano, Merano, Brixen, Brunceck

What is the current methane price in Bolzano?

The current average methane price in Bolzano is euro 1.507.
Bolzano, Merano, Brixen, Brunceck
Calabria
Calabria, Reggio Calabria, Catanzaro, Cosenza, Crotone, Vibo Valentia

What is the current diesel price in Calabria?

The current average diesel price in Calabria is euro 1.835.
Calabria, Reggio Calabria, Catanzaro, Cosenza, Crotone, Vibo Valentia

What is the current premium unleaded price in Calabria?

The current average premium unleaded price in Calabria is euro 1.878.
Calabria, Reggio Calabria, Catanzaro, Cosenza, Crotone, Vibo Valentia

What is the current LPG price in Calabria?

The current average LPG price in Calabria is euro 0.76.
Calabria, Reggio Calabria, Catanzaro, Cosenza, Crotone, Vibo Valentia

What is the current methane price in Calabria?

The current average methane price in Calabria is euro 1.459.
Calabria, Reggio Calabria, Catanzaro, Cosenza, Crotone, Vibo Valentia
Campania
Campania, Naples, Salerno, Pompeii, Caserta, Avellino, Benevento, Pozzuoli

What is the current diesel price in Campania?

The current average diesel price in Campania is euro 1.802.
Campania, Naples, Salerno, Pompeii, Caserta, Avellino, Benevento, Pozzuoli

What is the current premium unleaded price in Campania?

The current average premium unleaded price in Campania is euro 1.847.
Campania, Naples, Salerno, Pompeii, Caserta, Avellino, Benevento, Pozzuoli

What is the current LPG price in Campania?

The current average LPG price in Campania is euro 0.676.
Campania, Naples, Salerno, Pompeii, Caserta, Avellino, Benevento, Pozzuoli

What is the current methane price in Campania?

The current average methane price in Campania is euro 1.331.
Campania, Naples, Salerno, Pompeii, Caserta, Avellino, Benevento, Pozzuoli
Emilia Romagna
Emilia Romagna, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Ferrara, Ravenna, Rimini, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia

What is the current diesel price in Emilia Romagna?

The current average diesel price in Emilia Romagna is euro 1.818.
Emilia Romagna, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Ferrara, Ravenna, Rimini, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia

What is the current premium unleaded price in Emilia Romagna?

The current average premium unleaded price in Emilia Romagna is euro 1.855.
Emilia Romagna, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Ferrara, Ravenna, Rimini, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia

What is the current LPG price in Emilia Romagna?

The current average LPG price in Emilia Romagna is euro 0.691.
Emilia Romagna, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Ferrara, Ravenna, Rimini, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia

What is the current methane price in Emilia Romagna?

The current average methane price in Emilia Romagna is euro 1.283.
Emilia Romagna, Bologna, Modena, Parma, Ferrara, Ravenna, Rimini, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia
Friuli Venezia Giulia
Friuli Venezia Giulia, Trieste, Udine, Gorizia, Pordenone, Monfalcone

What is the current diesel price in Friuli Venezia Giulia?

The current average diesel price in Friuli Venezia Giulia is euro 1.831.
Friuli Venezia Giulia, Trieste, Udine, Gorizia, Pordenone, Monfalcone

What is the current premium unleaded price in Friuli Venezia Giulia?

The current average premium unleaded price in Friuli Venezia Giulia is euro 1.86.
Friuli Venezia Giulia, Trieste, Udine, Gorizia, Pordenone, Monfalcone

What is the current LPG price in Friuli Venezia Giulia?

The current average LPG price in Friuli Venezia Giulia is euro 0.698.
Friuli Venezia Giulia, Trieste, Udine, Gorizia, Pordenone, Monfalcone

What is the current methane price in Friuli Venezia Giulia?

The current average methane price in Friuli Venezia Giulia is euro 1.323.
Friuli Venezia Giulia, Trieste, Udine, Gorizia, Pordenone, Monfalcone
Lazio
Lazio, Rome, Latina, Viterbo, Frosinone, Civitavecchia

What is the current diesel price in Lazio?

The current average diesel price in Lazio is euro 1.807.
Lazio, Rome, Latina, Viterbo, Frosinone, Civitavecchia

What is the current premium unleaded price in Lazio?

The current average premium unleaded price in Lazio is euro 1.844.
Lazio, Rome, Latina, Viterbo, Frosinone, Civitavecchia

What is the current LPG price in Lazio?

The current average LPG price in Lazio is euro 0.697.
Lazio, Rome, Latina, Viterbo, Frosinone, Civitavecchia

What is the current methane price in Lazio?

The current average methane price in Lazio is euro 1.418.
Lazio, Rome, Latina, Viterbo, Frosinone, Civitavecchia
Liguria
Liguria, Genoa, La Spezia, Savona, Imperia, Sanremo

What is the current diesel price in Liguria?

The current average diesel price in Liguria is euro 1.844.
Liguria, Genoa, La Spezia, Savona, Imperia, Sanremo

What is the current premium unleaded price in Liguria?

The current average premium unleaded price in Liguria is euro 1.871.
Liguria, Genoa, La Spezia, Savona, Imperia, Sanremo

What is the current LPG price in Liguria?

The current average LPG price in Liguria is euro 0.778.
Liguria, Genoa, La Spezia, Savona, Imperia, Sanremo

What is the current methane price in Liguria?

The current average methane price in Liguria is euro 1.402.
Liguria, Genoa, La Spezia, Savona, Imperia, Sanremo
Lombardy
Lombardy, Milan, Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Pavia, Cremona, Mantua, Sondrio

What is the current diesel price in Lombardy?

The current average diesel price in Lombardy is euro 1.814.
Lombardy, Milan, Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Pavia, Cremona, Mantua, Sondrio

What is the current premium unleaded price in Lombardy?

The current average premium unleaded price in Lombardy is euro 1.846.
Lombardy, Milan, Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Pavia, Cremona, Mantua, Sondrio

What is the current LPG price in Lombardy?

The current average LPG price in Lombardy is euro 0.689.
Lombardy, Milan, Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Pavia, Cremona, Mantua, Sondrio

What is the current methane price in Lombardy?

The current average methane price in Lombardy is euro 1.331.
Lombardy, Milan, Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Pavia, Cremona, Mantua, Sondrio
Marche
Marche, Ancona, Pesaro, Urbino, Macerata, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo

What is the current diesel price in Marche?

The current average diesel price in Marche is euro 1.804.
Marche, Ancona, Pesaro, Urbino, Macerata, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo

What is the current premium unleaded price in Marche?

The current average premium unleaded price in Marche is euro 1.838.
Marche, Ancona, Pesaro, Urbino, Macerata, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo

What is the current LPG price in Marche?

The current average LPG price in Marche is euro 0.736.
Marche, Ancona, Pesaro, Urbino, Macerata, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo

What is the current methane price in Marche?

The current average methane price in Marche is euro 1.249.
Marche, Ancona, Pesaro, Urbino, Macerata, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo
Molise
Molise, Campobasso, Isernia

What is the current diesel price in Molise?

The current average diesel price in Molise is euro 1.824.
Molise, Campobasso, Isernia

What is the current premium unleaded price in Molise?

The current average premium unleaded price in Molise is euro 1.86.
Molise, Campobasso, Isernia

What is the current LPG price in Molise?

The current average LPG price in Molise is euro 0.737.
Molise, Campobasso, Isernia

What is the current methane price in Molise?

The current average methane price in Molise is euro 1.362.
Molise, Campobasso, Isernia
Piedmont
Piedmont, Turin, Novara, Asti, Alessandria, Cuneo, Vercelli

What is the current diesel price in Piedmont?

The current average diesel price in Piedmont is euro 1.81.
Piedmont, Turin, Novara, Asti, Alessandria, Cuneo, Vercelli

What is the current premium unleaded price in Piedmont?

The current average premium unleaded price in Piedmont is euro 1.843.
Piedmont, Turin, Novara, Asti, Alessandria, Cuneo, Vercelli

What is the current LPG price in Piedmont?

The current average LPG price in Piedmont is euro 0.691.
Piedmont, Turin, Novara, Asti, Alessandria, Cuneo, Vercelli

What is the current methane price in Piedmont?

The current average methane price in Piedmont is euro 1.377.
Piedmont, Turin, Novara, Asti, Alessandria, Cuneo, Vercelli
Puglia
Puglia, Bari, Lecce, Taranto, Foggia, Brindisi, Barletta, Andria, Trani

What is the current diesel price in Puglia?

The current average diesel price in Puglia is euro 1.811.
Puglia, Bari, Lecce, Taranto, Foggia, Brindisi, Barletta, Andria, Trani

What is the current premium unleaded price in Puglia?

The current average premium unleaded price in Puglia is euro 1.864.
Puglia, Bari, Lecce, Taranto, Foggia, Brindisi, Barletta, Andria, Trani

What is the current LPG price in Puglia?

The current average LPG price in Puglia is euro 0.678.
Puglia, Bari, Lecce, Taranto, Foggia, Brindisi, Barletta, Andria, Trani

What is the current methane price in Puglia?

The current average methane price in Puglia is euro 1.35.
Puglia, Bari, Lecce, Taranto, Foggia, Brindisi, Barletta, Andria, Trani
Sardinia
Sardinia, Cagliari, Sassari, Olbia, Alghero, Nuoro, Oristano, Iglesias, Carbonia

What is the current diesel price in Sardinia?

The current average diesel price in Sardinia is euro 1.838.
Sardinia, Cagliari, Sassari, Olbia, Alghero, Nuoro, Oristano, Iglesias, Carbonia

What is the current premium unleaded price in Sardinia?

The current average premium unleaded price in Sardinia is euro 1.875.
Sardinia, Cagliari, Sassari, Olbia, Alghero, Nuoro, Oristano, Iglesias, Carbonia

What is the current LPG price in Sardinia?

The current average LPG price in Sardinia is euro 0.829.
Sardinia, Cagliari, Sassari, Olbia, Alghero, Nuoro, Oristano, Iglesias, Carbonia
Sicily
Sicily, Palermo, Catania, Messina, Siracusa, Ragusa, Trapani, Agrigento, Caltanissetta

What is the current diesel price in Sicily?

The current average diesel price in Sicily is euro 1.815.
Sicily, Palermo, Catania, Messina, Siracusa, Ragusa, Trapani, Agrigento, Caltanissetta

What is the current premium unleaded price in Sicily?

The current average premium unleaded price in Sicily is euro 1.862.
Sicily, Palermo, Catania, Messina, Siracusa, Ragusa, Trapani, Agrigento, Caltanissetta

What is the current LPG price in Sicily?

The current average LPG price in Sicily is euro 0.774.
Sicily, Palermo, Catania, Messina, Siracusa, Ragusa, Trapani, Agrigento, Caltanissetta

What is the current methane price in Sicily?

The current average methane price in Sicily is euro 1.68.
Sicily, Palermo, Catania, Messina, Siracusa, Ragusa, Trapani, Agrigento, Caltanissetta
Tuscany
Tuscany, Florence, Siena, Pisa, Lucca, Arezzo, Livorno, Grosseto, Prato

What is the current diesel price in Tuscany?

The current average diesel price in Tuscany is euro 1.824.
Tuscany, Florence, Siena, Pisa, Lucca, Arezzo, Livorno, Grosseto, Prato

What is the current premium unleaded price in Tuscany?

The current average premium unleaded price in Tuscany is euro 1.856.
Tuscany, Florence, Siena, Pisa, Lucca, Arezzo, Livorno, Grosseto, Prato

What is the current LPG price in Tuscany?

The current average LPG price in Tuscany is euro 0.714.
Tuscany, Florence, Siena, Pisa, Lucca, Arezzo, Livorno, Grosseto, Prato

What is the current methane price in Tuscany?

The current average methane price in Tuscany is euro 1.45.
Tuscany, Florence, Siena, Pisa, Lucca, Arezzo, Livorno, Grosseto, Prato
Trento
Trento, Rovereto, Riva del Garda, Pergine Valsugana,

What is the current diesel price in Trento?

The current average diesel price in Trento is euro 1.848.
Trento, Rovereto, Riva del Garda, Pergine Valsugana,

What is the current premium unleaded price in Trento?

The current average premium unleaded price in Trento is euro 1.867.
Trento, Rovereto, Riva del Garda, Pergine Valsugana,

What is the current LPG price in Trento?

The current average LPG price in Trento is euro 0.737.
Trento, Rovereto, Riva del Garda, Pergine Valsugana,

What is the current methane price in Trento?

The current average methane price in Trento is euro 1.29.
Trento, Rovereto, Riva del Garda, Pergine Valsugana,
Umbria
Umbria, Perugia, Assisi, Terni, Orvieto, Spoleto, Gubbio, Foligno, Città di Castello

What is the current diesel price in Umbria?

The current average diesel price in Umbria is euro 1.813.
Umbria, Perugia, Assisi, Terni, Orvieto, Spoleto, Gubbio, Foligno, Città di Castello

What is the current premium unleaded price in Umbria?

The current average premium unleaded price in Umbria is euro 1.85.
Umbria, Perugia, Assisi, Terni, Orvieto, Spoleto, Gubbio, Foligno, Città di Castello

What is the current LPG price in Umbria?

The current average LPG price in Umbria is euro 0.724.
Umbria, Perugia, Assisi, Terni, Orvieto, Spoleto, Gubbio, Foligno, Città di Castello

What is the current methane price in Umbria?

The current average methane price in Umbria is euro 1.251.
Umbria, Perugia, Assisi, Terni, Orvieto, Spoleto, Gubbio, Foligno, Città di Castello
Valle d'Aosta
Valle d'Aosta, Aosta, Courmayeur, Saint-Vincent

What is the current diesel price in Valle d'Aosta?

The current average diesel price in Valle d'Aosta is euro 1.867.
Valle d'Aosta, Aosta, Courmayeur, Saint-Vincent

What is the current premium unleaded price in Valle d'Aosta?

The current average premium unleaded price in Valle d'Aosta is euro 1.88.
Valle d'Aosta, Aosta, Courmayeur, Saint-Vincent

What is the current LPG price in Valle d'Aosta?

The current average LPG price in Valle d'Aosta is euro 0.819.
Valle d'Aosta, Aosta, Courmayeur, Saint-Vincent

What is the current methane price in Valle d'Aosta?

The current average methane price in Valle d'Aosta is euro 1.229.
Valle d'Aosta, Aosta, Courmayeur, Saint-Vincent
Veneto
Veneto, Venice, Verona, Padua, Vicenza, Treviso, Belluno

What is the current diesel price in Veneto?

The current average diesel price in Veneto is euro 1.803.
Veneto, Venice, Verona, Padua, Vicenza, Treviso, Belluno

What is the current premium unleaded price in Veneto?

The current average premium unleaded price in Veneto is euro 1.839.
Veneto, Venice, Verona, Padua, Vicenza, Treviso, Belluno

What is the current LPG price in Veneto?

The current average LPG price in Veneto is euro 0.69.
Veneto, Venice, Verona, Padua, Vicenza, Treviso, Belluno

What is the current methane price in Veneto?

The current average methane price in Veneto is euro 1.3.
Veneto, Venice, Verona, Padua, Vicenza, Treviso, Belluno
Italy highway

What is the current diesel price on the highway in Italy?

The current average diesel price on the highway in Italy is euro 1.912.

What is the current premium unleaded price on the highway in Italy?

The current average premium unleaded price on the highway in Italy is euro 1.945.

What is the current LPG price on the highway in Italy?

The current average LPG price on the highway in Italy is euro 0.849.

What is the current methane price on the highway in Italy?

The current average methane price on the highway in Italy is euro 1.496.

Italy Fuel Prices

Average fuel prices Italy regulations

Starting August 2023, gas stations in Italy are required to display not only their own gasoline and diesel prices but also the average national and regional prices. The government aims to prevent gas station owners from overcharging for fuel.

The so-called transparency decree was announced earlier in 2023 and initially led to significant controversy among gas station owners, who believed that the government should address “real problems” instead. This included referring to the highly fluctuating fuel prices. As a result, many gas station owners protested by keeping their stations closed for two days.

Italy fuel prices

Italian fuel prices: signage

Strict rules are now in place regarding how gas station owners should display information about average prices. The price board must be hung “within the refueling zone, taking into account safety conditions, to ensure sufficient visibility.”

The letters and numbers must be at least 12 centimeters tall. In case of a violation, gas station owners can face fines ranging from 200 to 2000 euros, depending on that day’s revenue. If a gas station owner makes four mistakes within a sixty-day period, there’s a risk of having the station temporarily closed.


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Ministero delle Imprese e del Made in Italy


Italy fuel prices

Ministero delle Impresse e del Made in Italy

In addition to the prices displayed at each gas station, there is a website provided by the Italian Ministry of Commerce where consumers can check the daily average prices. This website shows the average fuel price at gas stations along highways and the average price per region. What is the current price? Gasoline prices in Italy vary by region. Today’s fuel prices (diesel, premium unleaded, LPG and methane) are reflected in the table on this page.

Italy gasoline prices check

How much is fuel in Italy today? Why is fuel so expensive in Italy? Is gas more expensive in Italy? According to Minister of Economic Development Adolfo Urso, “now every consumer is enabled to check whether they are paying an above-average price.”


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Fuel prices Italy main cities

The main cities of each of Italian’s regions are provided below, together with the average fuel prices for the region.

Abruzzo

Abruzzo is a region located in central Italy. Its main cities include:

  • L’Aquila – The regional capital of Abruzzo and its largest city, known for its historical significance and architectural beauty.
  • Pescara – The largest city by population in Abruzzo, located on the Adriatic coast. It’s a major economic and cultural hub in the region.
  • Teramo – Another important city in Abruzzo, known for its medieval architecture and historical sites.
  • Avezzano – A city located in the Marsica area, known for its industrial and commercial activities.

These cities play a significant role in the cultural, economic, and social landscape of the Abruzzo region. Today’s average fuel prices in L’Aquila, Pescara, Teramo, Avezzano Abruzzo region are here.

Bolzano

Bolzano is the capital city of the autonomous province of South Tyrol (Trentino-Alto Adige) in northern Italy. It’s a bilingual city where both Italian and German are widely spoken. Bolzano is a key cultural and economic hub in the region. The main cities within the province of Bolzano (South Tyrol) are:

  • Bolzano (Bozen) – The provincial capital, known for its mix of Italian and Austrian influences, as well as its beautiful architecture and surrounding natural landscapes.
  • Merano (Meran) – A picturesque town known for its spa resorts, historic architecture, and scenic location in the mountains.
  • Brixen (Bressanone) – A charming town with a rich history, including a beautiful cathedral and historic city center.
  • Bruneck (Brunico) – Another notable town, often considered the cultural capital of the Puster Valley, known for its vibrant cultural scene and access to outdoor activities.

These cities in Bolzano (South Tyrol) collectively showcase the unique blend of Italian and Austrian cultures that characterize the region. Today’s average fuel prices in Bolzano, Merano, Brixen, Brunceck Bolzano region are here.

Campania

Campania is a region located in southern Italy, known for its historic cities, stunning coastline, and cultural heritage. The main cities in Campania include:

  • Naples (Napoli) – The regional capital and the largest city in Campania. It’s one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and is known for its rich history, art, architecture, and cuisine.
  • Salerno – A coastal city known for its historic city center, beautiful promenade, and as the gateway to the Amalfi Coast.
  • Pompeii – While not a modern city, Pompeii is an ancient Roman city that was buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. It is an incredibly important archaeological site and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Caserta – Known for the Royal Palace of Caserta, a grand palace and UNESCO World Heritage Site often compared to the Palace of Versailles.
  • Avellino – A city located in the interior of Campania, known for its historical sites and local traditions.
  • Benevento – Another historic city with ancient origins, known for its well-preserved Roman ruins and medieval architecture.
  • Pozzuoli – A coastal city with ancient Roman ruins, including the Flavian Amphitheatre and the Solfatara volcano.

These cities, along with the surrounding towns and villages, contribute to the diverse cultural and historical landscape of the Campania region. Today’s average fuel prices in Naples, Salerno, Pompeii, Caserta, Avellino, Benevento, Pozzuoli Campania region are here.

Friuli Venezia Giulia

Friuli Venezia Giulia is a region located in northeastern Italy, known for its diverse cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, and proximity to neighboring countries. The main cities in Friuli Venezia Giulia include:

  • Trieste – The regional capital and largest city, situated on the Adriatic Sea. Trieste has a unique blend of Italian, Slavic, and Central European influences, and it’s known for its historic architecture, cultural events, and maritime history.
  • Udine – A city with a rich artistic and architectural heritage, known for its historic center, museums, and galleries.
  • Gorizia – This city has strong connections to Slovenia and was historically a crossroads of Italian, Slavic, and Germanic cultures.
  • Pordenone – Known for its medieval and Renaissance architecture, Pordenone is also famous for its annual film festival.
  • Monfalcone – A coastal town with a strong maritime tradition, often associated with shipbuilding and the port industry.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to the diverse cultural and historical mosaic of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region. The region’s unique geographical location and history have led to a rich blend of cultural influences from Italy and its neighboring countries. Today’s average fuel prices in Trieste, Udine, Gorizia, Pordenone, Monfalcone Friuli Venezia Giulia region are here.

Liguria

Liguria is a coastal region in northwest Italy, known for its beautiful Mediterranean coastline, picturesque towns, and maritime history. The main cities in Liguria include:

  • Genoa (Genova) – The regional capital and largest city of Liguria. Genoa is a major port city with a rich history, stunning architecture, and cultural heritage.
  • La Spezia – A coastal city known for its naval and maritime tradition. It serves as a gateway to the Cinque Terre region.
  • Savona – Another historic port city with a medieval old town and maritime history.
  • Imperia – Formed by the union of two towns, Oneglia and Porto Maurizio, Imperia is known for its beaches and olive oil production.
  • Sanremo – A coastal town famous for its mild climate, historic casino, and hosting the annual Sanremo Music Festival.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to the unique charm and character of the Liguria region, which is known for its stunning coastal landscapes, colorful buildings, and delicious seafood cuisine. Today’s average fuel prices in Genoa, La Spezia, Savona, Imperia, Sanremo Liguria region are here.

Marche

Marche is a region in central Italy known for its beautiful coastline, picturesque towns, and rich cultural heritage. The main cities in Marche include:

  • Ancona – The regional capital and largest city of Marche. Ancona is an important port city situated along the Adriatic Sea.
  • Pesaro – A coastal city known for its cultural events, music festivals, and historic architecture.
  • Urbino – A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a city with a rich history, particularly during the Renaissance. It’s known for its well-preserved old town and the Ducal Palace.
  • Macerata – Known for its university and historic buildings, including the Sferisterio Arena where the Macerata Opera Festival takes place.
  • Ascoli Piceno – A city famous for its beautiful central square, Piazza del Popolo, and its well-preserved medieval architecture.
  • Fermo – Home to historical sites and buildings, including the Fermo Cathedral.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, showcase the region’s diverse landscapes, cultural heritage, and historical significance. Marche is often appreciated for its combination of coastal beauty, rolling hills, and charming inland towns. Today’s average fuel prices in Ancona, Pesaro, Urbino, Macerata, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo Marche region are here.

Piedmont

Piedmont is a region located in northwest Italy, known for its rich history, culinary delights, and diverse landscapes. The main cities in Piedmont include:

  • Turin (Torino) – The regional capital and largest city of Piedmont. Turin is known for its historic architecture, as well as its role as an industrial and cultural hub.
  • Novara – A city with historical significance, known for its beautiful cathedral and other architectural landmarks.
  • Asti – Famous for its sparkling wines and annual Palio horse race, Asti is a charming town with a medieval atmosphere.
  • Alessandria – A city founded in the 12th century, known for its citadel and historical importance.
  • Cuneo – Surrounded by the Alps, Cuneo is a picturesque city with a strong local culture and history.
  • Vercelli – Known for its rice production and historical buildings, including the Basilica di Sant’Andrea.

These cities, along with their surrounding areas, contribute to Piedmont’s reputation as a region of both cultural and natural richness. The region’s culinary specialties, such as truffles and wines, also play a significant role in its appeal. Today’s average fuel prices in Turin, Novara, Asti, Alessandria, Cuneo, Vercelli Piedmont region are here.

Sardinia

Sardinia is an island region located in the Mediterranean Sea, known for its stunning beaches, unique culture, and rugged landscapes. The main cities in Sardinia include:

  • Cagliari – The regional capital and largest city of Sardinia. Cagliari is situated on the southern coast and offers historical sites, beautiful beaches, and cultural attractions.
  • Sassari – The second-largest city on the island, known for its university and historic center.
  • Olbia – A city located on the northeastern coast, serving as a gateway to the popular Costa Smeralda region.
  • Alghero – Known for its Catalan heritage, Alghero has a charming old town and a picturesque coastline.
  • Nuoro – Located inland, Nuoro is known for its cultural traditions, museums, and panoramic views.
  • Oristano – A city with historical sites, festivals, and connections to the ancient history of Sardinia.
  • Iglesias – Situated in the southwestern part of the island, Iglesias has a medieval old town and mining history.
  • Carbonia – Founded during the Fascist era, Carbonia is known for its mining heritage and architecture.

These cities, along with the island’s unique towns and villages, contribute to Sardinia’s diverse and distinctive character, marked by its history, nature, and traditional way of life. Today’s average fuel prices in Cagliari, Sassari, Olbia, Alghero, Nuoro, Oristano, Iglesias, Carbonia Sardinia region are here.

Tuscany

Tuscany is a region in central Italy renowned for its picturesque landscapes, historic cities, and rich cultural heritage. The main cities in Tuscany include:

  • Florence (Firenze) – The regional capital and one of Italy’s most iconic cities. Florence is known for its Renaissance art and architecture, including the Uffizi Gallery, the Florence Cathedral, and the Ponte Vecchio.
  • Siena – Famous for its medieval architecture, including the Piazza del Campo and the Siena Cathedral, and for the Palio horse race held twice a year.
  • Pisa – Known worldwide for the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the city also has a historic university and a beautiful cathedral complex.
  • Lucca – Surrounded by well-preserved Renaissance walls, Lucca is known for its charming old town and the Guinigi Tower.
  • Arezzo – Known for its Roman ruins, medieval architecture, and the Piazza Grande.
  • Livorno – A coastal city with a historic harbor and a distinct multicultural influence.
  • Grosseto – Located in the Maremma region, this city offers a mix of historical sites and natural beauty.
  • Prato – Known for its textile industry and historic architecture, Prato is close to Florence.

These cities, along with their surrounding areas, contribute to Tuscany’s reputation as a cultural and artistic treasure trove, as well as a region known for its scenic beauty and fine cuisine. Today’s average fuel prices in Florence, Siena, Pisa, Lucca, Arezzo, Livorno, Grosseto, Prato Tuscany region are here.

Umbria

Umbria is a landlocked region in central Italy known for its medieval towns, scenic landscapes, and artistic heritage. The main cities in Umbria include:

  • Perugia – The regional capital and largest city of Umbria. Perugia is known for its historic center, Etruscan and medieval architecture, and the University of Perugia.
  • Assisi – Famous as the birthplace of St. Francis, Assisi is known for its religious sites, including the Basilica of St. Francis, and its stunning hilltop location.
  • Terni – An industrial city known for its history and connection to the nearby Marmore Falls, one of Italy’s tallest waterfalls.
  • Orvieto – Perched on a volcanic plateau, Orvieto is known for its impressive cathedral and the underground tunnels and caves beneath the city.
  • Spoleto – Known for its Roman and medieval architecture, Spoleto hosts an annual Festival of Two Worlds, combining art, music, and culture.
  • Gubbio – A town with a well-preserved medieval atmosphere, known for its historical sites and the Corsa dei Ceri, a traditional race.
  • Foligno – An important cultural and economic center, Foligno is known for its historical architecture and festivals.
  • Città di Castello – Known for its medieval and Renaissance art and architecture, this town is located near the border with Tuscany.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to Umbria’s charming and tranquil character. The region’s historical and artistic significance, combined with its lush landscapes, make it a popular destination for those seeking a more relaxed and authentic Italian experience. Today’s average fuel prices in Perugia, Assisi, Terni, Orvieto, Spoleto, Gubbio, Foligno, Città di Castello Umbria region are here.


Basilicata

Basilicata is a region in southern Italy with a unique charm and history. Its main cities include:

  • Potenza – The regional capital of Basilicata, situated in the mountainous interior. It’s an administrative, cultural, and economic center.
  • Matera – Known for its ancient cave dwellings and stunning architecture, Matera is one of the most famous cities in Basilicata. It was designated as a European Capital of Culture in 2019.

These two cities are the most prominent in Basilicata and offer a glimpse into the region’s rich history, culture, and natural beauty. Today’s average fuel prices in Potenza, Matera Basilicata region are here.

Calabria

Calabria is a region located in the southern part of Italy, known for its stunning coastline, rugged mountains, and rich history. The main cities in Calabria include:

  • Reggio Calabria – The largest city in Calabria and a major economic and cultural center. It’s located on the Strait of Messina and is known for its seafront promenade, historical sites, and the National Archaeological Museum of Magna Graecia.
  • Catanzaro – The regional capital of Calabria, situated on a hill overlooking the Ionian Sea. It’s an administrative and cultural hub.
  • Cosenza – A historic city located in the Crati River valley, known for its preserved old town and cultural heritage.
  • Crotone – A coastal city with ancient origins, known for its archaeological sites and beautiful beaches.
  • Vibo Valentia – Situated on the Tyrrhenian coast, this city is known for its historic center and the nearby archaeological site of the ancient city of Hipponion.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to the rich cultural, historical, and natural tapestry of the Calabria region. Today’s average fuel prices in Reggio Calabria, Catanzaro, Cosenza, Crotone, Vibo Valentia Calabria region are here.

Emilia-Romagna

Emilia-Romagna is a region in northern Italy known for its rich cultural heritage, culinary traditions, and vibrant cities. The main cities in Emilia-Romagna include:

  • Bologna – The regional capital and largest city of Emilia-Romagna. It’s known for its historic university, beautiful architecture, and vibrant food scene.
  • Modena – A city famous for its balsamic vinegar production, as well as its historic center and impressive cathedral.
  • Parma – Known for its Parmesan cheese and Parma ham, Parma is a city with a rich artistic and cultural heritage.
  • Ferrara – Recognized for its well-preserved medieval and Renaissance architecture, including a castle and a cathedral.
  • Ravenna – Renowned for its stunning Byzantine mosaics and historic significance, especially during the Roman and Byzantine periods.
  • Rimini – A popular coastal city along the Adriatic Sea, known for its beaches and Roman archaeological sites.
  • Piacenza – A city located near the border with Lombardy, known for its history, art, and architecture.
  • Reggio Emilia – Known for its educational philosophy, it’s also a city with a rich history and cultural events.

These cities, each with its own unique character and contributions, collectively make Emilia-Romagna a diverse and vibrant region in Italy. Today’s average fuel prices in Bologna, Modena, Parma, Ferrara, Ravenna, Rimini, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia Emilia-Romagna region are here.

Lazio

Lazio is a region in central Italy known for being home to the country’s capital, Rome. The main cities in Lazio include:

  • Rome (Roma) – The capital of Italy and one of the world’s most historic and iconic cities. Rome is known for its ancient ruins, artistic treasures, Vatican City, and cultural significance.
  • Latina – A city founded in the 1930s as part of the fascist government’s reclamation of swampland for agriculture and urban development.
  • Viterbo – Known for its well-preserved medieval old town, historic buildings, and the Papal Palace.
  • Frosinone – The capital of the province of Frosinone, with historical sites and a traditional Italian atmosphere.
  • Civitavecchia – A port city on the Tyrrhenian Sea, serving as the main cruise port for Rome.

These cities, with Rome as the focal point, represent the historical, cultural, and administrative diversity of the Lazio region. Rome itself, as the eternal city, dominates the region and draws significant attention due to its historical, religious, and cultural importance. Today’s average fuel prices in Rome, Latina, Viterbo, Frosinone, Civitavecchia Lazio region are here.

Lombardy

Lombardy is a region in northern Italy known for its economic significance, cultural heritage, and vibrant cities. The main cities in Lombardy include:

  • Milan (Milano) – The regional capital and Italy’s second-largest city. Milan is a global fashion and design capital, known for its historic architecture, art, and business centers.

     

  • Bergamo – Known for its stunning medieval upper town (Città Alta) and Renaissance architecture.
  • Brescia – An industrial city with a rich history, including Roman ruins and medieval architecture.
  • Como – Located on the shores of Lake Como, this city is known for its scenic beauty and upscale resorts.
  • Pavia – Home to a historic university and various medieval and Renaissance buildings.
  • Cremona – Famous for its violin-making tradition and historic center.
  • Mantua (Mantova) – A city with a rich artistic heritage and historical significance.
  • Sondrio – The administrative center of the Valtellina region, known for its alpine landscapes.

These cities, along with their surrounding areas, contribute to Lombardy’s economic dynamism and cultural diversity. Milan, as the region’s capital, is particularly influential in business, fashion, and art on both a national and international level. Today’s average fuel prices in Milan, Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Pavia, Cremona, Mantua, Sondrio Lombardy region are here.

Molise

Molise is a small region located in southern Italy, known for its picturesque landscapes and charming towns. The main cities in Molise include:

  • Campobasso – The regional capital and largest city of Molise. It’s situated on a hilltop and is known for its historic center and cultural heritage.
  • Isernia – Another important city in Molise, known for its archaeological sites and medieval architecture.

These two cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to the quiet and rustic character of Molise. The region is known for its rural beauty and traditional way of life. Today’s average fuel prices in Campobasso, Isernia Molise region are here.

Puglia

Puglia, located in the southern part of Italy, is known for its stunning coastline, historic towns, and unique architecture. The main cities in Puglia include:

  • Bari – The regional capital and largest city of Puglia. Bari is a port city with a historic old town, a beautiful waterfront, and a lively cultural scene.
  • Lecce – Often referred to as the “Florence of the South” due to its baroque architecture, Lecce is known for its ornate churches, palaces, and sculptures.
  • Taranto – A coastal city with a significant ancient history, known for its archaeological sites and a historic old town.
  • Foggia – An important agricultural and commercial center, Foggia is known for its central piazza and historical buildings.
  • Brindisi – Another coastal city with a historic port, Brindisi has a mix of ancient and modern influences.
  • Barletta – Known for its medieval castle and historic center, Barletta is located along the Adriatic coast.
  • Andria – Famous for the Castel del Monte, a unique octagonal castle and UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Trani – A charming coastal town known for its cathedral and picturesque harbor.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to the diverse cultural, historical, and natural beauty of Puglia. The region is also known for its traditional cuisine, olive groves, and unique conical-roofed houses known as “trulli.” Today’s average fuel prices in Bari, Lecce, Taranto, Foggia, Brindisi, Barletta, Andria, Trani Puglia region are here.

Sicily

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and an autonomous region of Italy. It’s known for its rich history, diverse landscapes, and unique culture. The main cities in Sicily include:

  • Palermo – The regional capital and largest city of Sicily. Palermo is known for its historic architecture, bustling markets, and cultural attractions.
  • Catania – A vibrant city located on the eastern coast, near Mount Etna. Catania has a mix of Baroque and Roman architecture and is known for its lively atmosphere.
  • Messina – Situated on the northeastern tip of the island, Messina is known for its port, historic buildings, and connection to mainland Italy via the Strait of Messina.
  • Siracusa (Syracuse) – A historic city known for its ancient Greek ruins, including the well-preserved Teatro Greco and the island of Ortigia.
  • Ragusa – Divided into Ragusa Superiore and Ragusa Ibla, this city is known for its stunning Baroque architecture.
  • Trapani – Located on the western coast, Trapani is known for its salt flats, historic center, and proximity to the Egadi Islands.
  • Agrigento – Famous for the Valley of the Temples, a UNESCO World Heritage Site showcasing well-preserved ancient Greek ruins.
  • Caltanissetta – Situated inland, this city has historical sites and cultural attractions.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to the unique and diverse character of Sicily. The island’s history as a crossroads of civilizations is reflected in its architecture, cuisine, and traditions. Today’s average fuel prices in Palermo, Catania, Messina, Siracusa, Ragusa, Trapani, Agrigento, Caltanissetta Sicily region are here.

Trento

Trento is a city and the capital of the autonomous province of Trentino in northern Italy. The province is officially known as Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol. While Trento is the most prominent city in the province, it’s worth noting that Trentino is more recognized for its smaller towns, villages, and natural landscapes. However, besides Trento, a few other significant towns in Trentino include:

  • Rovereto – A town known for its historical and cultural heritage, including the MART (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto).
  • Riva del Garda – Located on the shores of Lake Garda, this town offers beautiful lake views and outdoor activities.
  • Pergine Valsugana – A town situated between Trento and the Caldonazzo Lake, known for its medieval castle and natural beauty.
  • Trento itself is a historic city with a rich cultural and educational scene, as well as administrative importance due to its role as the capital of the autonomous province of Trentino.

The region is characterized by its Alpine landscapes, and outdoor activities such as hiking and skiing are popular in the surrounding areas. Today’s average fuel prices in Rovereto, Riva del Garda, Pergine Valsugana, Trento Trento region are here.

Valle d’Aosta

Valle d’Aosta, also known as Aosta Valley, is a region in the northwestern part of Italy, bordering France and Switzerland. Despite being the smallest region in Italy, it’s known for its stunning alpine landscapes, outdoor activities, and cultural heritage. The main cities in Valle d’Aosta include:

  • Aosta – The regional capital and largest city of Valle d’Aosta. Aosta is known for its Roman ruins, medieval architecture, and access to nearby ski resorts.
  • Courmayeur – A popular resort town at the foot of Mont Blanc, famous for skiing and mountaineering.
  • Saint-Vincent – Known for its thermal spas, casino, and beautiful mountain scenery.

These cities, along with charming mountain villages, contribute to the unique character of Valle d’Aosta. The region’s bilingual nature (with both Italian and French widely spoken) and its rich blend of alpine and Mediterranean influences make it a special destination for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and those interested in a distinct cultural experience. Today’s average fuel prices in Aosta, Courmayeur, Saint-Vincent Valle d’Aosta region are here.

Veneto

Veneto is a region in northeastern Italy known for its iconic cities, historic towns, and diverse landscapes. The main cities in Veneto include:

  • Venice (Venezia) – One of the most famous cities in the world, Venice is known for its intricate canals, stunning architecture, and cultural richness.
  • Verona – Known as the city of Romeo and Juliet, Verona boasts well-preserved Roman ruins, an ancient amphitheater (Arena di Verona), and charming streets.
  • Padua (Padova) – Home to one of the oldest universities in the world, Padua features historic architecture, including the Scrovegni Chapel with Giotto’s frescoes.
  • Vicenza – Known for its architecture, including works by Andrea Palladio, Vicenza is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Treviso – A charming town with canals, historic buildings, and a picturesque old town.
  • Belluno – Located in the Dolomites, Belluno is known for its alpine scenery and historic center.

These cities, along with their surrounding areas, contribute to Veneto’s blend of art, history, and natural beauty. The region’s proximity to both the Adriatic Sea and the Dolomite Mountains adds to its appeal as a diverse destination. Today’s average fuel prices in Venice, Verona, Padua, Vicenza, Treviso, Belluno Veneto region are here.

Fuel prices Italy main cities

The main cities of each of Italian’s regions are provided below, together with the average fuel prices for the region.

Abruzzo

Abruzzo is a region located in central Italy. Its main cities include:

  • L’Aquila – The regional capital of Abruzzo and its largest city, known for its historical significance and architectural beauty.
  • Pescara – The largest city by population in Abruzzo, located on the Adriatic coast. It’s a major economic and cultural hub in the region.
  • Teramo – Another important city in Abruzzo, known for its medieval architecture and historical sites.
  • Avezzano – A city located in the Marsica area, known for its industrial and commercial activities.

These cities play a significant role in the cultural, economic, and social landscape of the Abruzzo region. Today’s average fuel prices in L’Aquila, Pescara, Teramo, Avezzano region Abruzzo are here.

Basilicata

Basilicata is a region in southern Italy with a unique charm and history. Its main cities include:

  • Potenza – The regional capital of Basilicata, situated in the mountainous interior. It’s an administrative, cultural, and economic center.
  • Matera – Known for its ancient cave dwellings and stunning architecture, Matera is one of the most famous cities in Basilicata. It was designated as a European Capital of Culture in 2019.

These two cities are the most prominent in Basilicata and offer a glimpse into the region’s rich history, culture, and natural beauty. Today’s average fuel prices in Potenza, Matera region Basilicata are here.

Bolzano

Bolzano is the capital city of the autonomous province of South Tyrol (Trentino-Alto Adige) in northern Italy. It’s a bilingual city where both Italian and German are widely spoken. Bolzano is a key cultural and economic hub in the region. The main cities within the province of Bolzano (South Tyrol) are:

  • Bolzano (Bozen) – The provincial capital, known for its mix of Italian and Austrian influences, as well as its beautiful architecture and surrounding natural landscapes.
  • Merano (Meran) – A picturesque town known for its spa resorts, historic architecture, and scenic location in the mountains.
  • Brixen (Bressanone) – A charming town with a rich history, including a beautiful cathedral and historic city center.
  • Bruneck (Brunico) – Another notable town, often considered the cultural capital of the Puster Valley, known for its vibrant cultural scene and access to outdoor activities.

These cities in Bolzano (South Tyrol) collectively showcase the unique blend of Italian and Austrian cultures that characterize the region. Today’s average fuel prices in Bolzano, Merano, Brixen, Brunceck region Bolzano are here.

Calabria

Calabria is a region located in the southern part of Italy, known for its stunning coastline, rugged mountains, and rich history. The main cities in Calabria include:

  • Reggio Calabria – The largest city in Calabria and a major economic and cultural center. It’s located on the Strait of Messina and is known for its seafront promenade, historical sites, and the National Archaeological Museum of Magna Graecia.
  • Catanzaro – The regional capital of Calabria, situated on a hill overlooking the Ionian Sea. It’s an administrative and cultural hub.
  • Cosenza – A historic city located in the Crati River valley, known for its preserved old town and cultural heritage.
  • Crotone – A coastal city with ancient origins, known for its archaeological sites and beautiful beaches.
  • Vibo Valentia – Situated on the Tyrrhenian coast, this city is known for its historic center and the nearby archaeological site of the ancient city of Hipponion.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to the rich cultural, historical, and natural tapestry of the Calabria region. Today’s average fuel prices in Reggio Calabria, Catanzaro, Cosenza, Crotone, Vibo Valentia region Calabria are here.

Campania

Campania is a region located in southern Italy, known for its historic cities, stunning coastline, and cultural heritage. The main cities in Campania include:

  • Naples (Napoli) – The regional capital and the largest city in Campania. It’s one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and is known for its rich history, art, architecture, and cuisine.
  • Salerno – A coastal city known for its historic city center, beautiful promenade, and as the gateway to the Amalfi Coast.
  • Pompeii – While not a modern city, Pompeii is an ancient Roman city that was buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. It is an incredibly important archaeological site and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Caserta – Known for the Royal Palace of Caserta, a grand palace and UNESCO World Heritage Site often compared to the Palace of Versailles.
  • Avellino – A city located in the interior of Campania, known for its historical sites and local traditions.
  • Benevento – Another historic city with ancient origins, known for its well-preserved Roman ruins and medieval architecture.
  • Pozzuoli – A coastal city with ancient Roman ruins, including the Flavian Amphitheatre and the Solfatara volcano.

These cities, along with the surrounding towns and villages, contribute to the diverse cultural and historical landscape of the Campania region. Today’s average fuel prices in Naples, Salerno, Pompeii, Caserta, Avellino, Benevento, Pozzuoli region Campania are here.

Emilia-Romagna

Emilia-Romagna is a region in northern Italy known for its rich cultural heritage, culinary traditions, and vibrant cities. The main cities in Emilia-Romagna include:

  • Bologna – The regional capital and largest city of Emilia-Romagna. It’s known for its historic university, beautiful architecture, and vibrant food scene.
  • Modena – A city famous for its balsamic vinegar production, as well as its historic center and impressive cathedral.
  • Parma – Known for its Parmesan cheese and Parma ham, Parma is a city with a rich artistic and cultural heritage.
  • Ferrara – Recognized for its well-preserved medieval and Renaissance architecture, including a castle and a cathedral.
  • Ravenna – Renowned for its stunning Byzantine mosaics and historic significance, especially during the Roman and Byzantine periods.
  • Rimini – A popular coastal city along the Adriatic Sea, known for its beaches and Roman archaeological sites.
  • Piacenza – A city located near the border with Lombardy, known for its history, art, and architecture.
  • Reggio Emilia – Known for its educational philosophy, it’s also a city with a rich history and cultural events.

These cities, each with its own unique character and contributions, collectively make Emilia-Romagna a diverse and vibrant region in Italy. Today’s average fuel prices in Bologna, Modena, Parma, Ferrara, Ravenna, Rimini, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia region Emilia-Romagna are here.

Friuli Venezia Giulia

Friuli Venezia Giulia is a region located in northeastern Italy, known for its diverse cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, and proximity to neighboring countries. The main cities in Friuli Venezia Giulia include:

  • Trieste – The regional capital and largest city, situated on the Adriatic Sea. Trieste has a unique blend of Italian, Slavic, and Central European influences, and it’s known for its historic architecture, cultural events, and maritime history.
  • Udine – A city with a rich artistic and architectural heritage, known for its historic center, museums, and galleries.
  • Gorizia – This city has strong connections to Slovenia and was historically a crossroads of Italian, Slavic, and Germanic cultures.
  • Pordenone – Known for its medieval and Renaissance architecture, Pordenone is also famous for its annual film festival.
  • Monfalcone – A coastal town with a strong maritime tradition, often associated with shipbuilding and the port industry.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to the diverse cultural and historical mosaic of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region. The region’s unique geographical location and history have led to a rich blend of cultural influences from Italy and its neighboring countries. Today’s average fuel prices in Trieste, Udine, Gorizia, Pordenone, Monfalcone region Friuli Venezia Giulia are here.

Lazio

Lazio is a region in central Italy known for being home to the country’s capital, Rome. The main cities in Lazio include:

  • Rome (Roma) – The capital of Italy and one of the world’s most historic and iconic cities. Rome is known for its ancient ruins, artistic treasures, Vatican City, and cultural significance.
  • Latina – A city founded in the 1930s as part of the fascist government’s reclamation of swampland for agriculture and urban development.
  • Viterbo – Known for its well-preserved medieval old town, historic buildings, and the Papal Palace.
  • Frosinone – The capital of the province of Frosinone, with historical sites and a traditional Italian atmosphere.
  • Civitavecchia – A port city on the Tyrrhenian Sea, serving as the main cruise port for Rome.

These cities, with Rome as the focal point, represent the historical, cultural, and administrative diversity of the Lazio region. Rome itself, as the eternal city, dominates the region and draws significant attention due to its historical, religious, and cultural importance. Today’s average fuel prices in Rome, Latina, Viterbo, Frosinone, Civitavecchia region Lazio are here.

Liguria

Liguria is a coastal region in northwest Italy, known for its beautiful Mediterranean coastline, picturesque towns, and maritime history. The main cities in Liguria include:

  • Genoa (Genova) – The regional capital and largest city of Liguria. Genoa is a major port city with a rich history, stunning architecture, and cultural heritage.
  • La Spezia – A coastal city known for its naval and maritime tradition. It serves as a gateway to the Cinque Terre region.
  • Savona – Another historic port city with a medieval old town and maritime history.
  • Imperia – Formed by the union of two towns, Oneglia and Porto Maurizio, Imperia is known for its beaches and olive oil production.
  • Sanremo – A coastal town famous for its mild climate, historic casino, and hosting the annual Sanremo Music Festival.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to the unique charm and character of the Liguria region, which is known for its stunning coastal landscapes, colorful buildings, and delicious seafood cuisine. Today’s average fuel prices in Genoa, La Spezia, Savona, Imperia, Sanremo region Liguria are here.

Lombardy

Lombardy is a region in northern Italy known for its economic significance, cultural heritage, and vibrant cities. The main cities in Lombardy include:

  • Milan (Milano) – The regional capital and Italy’s second-largest city. Milan is a global fashion and design capital, known for its historic architecture, art, and business centers.
  • Bergamo – Known for its stunning medieval upper town (Città Alta) and Renaissance architecture.
  • Brescia – An industrial city with a rich history, including Roman ruins and medieval architecture.
  • Como – Located on the shores of Lake Como, this city is known for its scenic beauty and upscale resorts.
  • Pavia – Home to a historic university and various medieval and Renaissance buildings.
  • Cremona – Famous for its violin-making tradition and historic center.
  • Mantua (Mantova) – A city with a rich artistic heritage and historical significance.
  • Sondrio – The administrative center of the Valtellina region, known for its alpine landscapes.

These cities, along with their surrounding areas, contribute to Lombardy’s economic dynamism and cultural diversity. Milan, as the region’s capital, is particularly influential in business, fashion, and art on both a national and international level. Today’s average fuel prices in Milan, Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Pavia, Cremona, Mantua, Sondrio region Lombardy are here.

Marche

Marche is a region in central Italy known for its beautiful coastline, picturesque towns, and rich cultural heritage. The main cities in Marche include:

  • Ancona – The regional capital and largest city of Marche. Ancona is an important port city situated along the Adriatic Sea.
  • Pesaro – A coastal city known for its cultural events, music festivals, and historic architecture.
  • Urbino – A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a city with a rich history, particularly during the Renaissance. It’s known for its well-preserved old town and the Ducal Palace.
  • Macerata – Known for its university and historic buildings, including the Sferisterio Arena where the Macerata Opera Festival takes place.
  • Ascoli Piceno – A city famous for its beautiful central square, Piazza del Popolo, and its well-preserved medieval architecture.
  • Fermo – Home to historical sites and buildings, including the Fermo Cathedral.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, showcase the region’s diverse landscapes, cultural heritage, and historical significance. Marche is often appreciated for its combination of coastal beauty, rolling hills, and charming inland towns. Today’s average fuel prices in Ancona, Pesaro, Urbino, Macerata, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo region Marche are here.

Molise

Molise is a small region located in southern Italy, known for its picturesque landscapes and charming towns. The main cities in Molise include:

  • Campobasso – The regional capital and largest city of Molise. It’s situated on a hilltop and is known for its historic center and cultural heritage.
  • Isernia – Another important city in Molise, known for its archaeological sites and medieval architecture.

These two cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to the quiet and rustic character of Molise. The region is known for its rural beauty and traditional way of life. Today’s average fuel prices in Campobasso, Isernia region Molise are here.

Piedmont

Piedmont is a region located in northwest Italy, known for its rich history, culinary delights, and diverse landscapes. The main cities in Piedmont include:

  • Turin (Torino) – The regional capital and largest city of Piedmont. Turin is known for its historic architecture, as well as its role as an industrial and cultural hub.
  • Novara – A city with historical significance, known for its beautiful cathedral and other architectural landmarks.
  • Asti – Famous for its sparkling wines and annual Palio horse race, Asti is a charming town with a medieval atmosphere.
  • Alessandria – A city founded in the 12th century, known for its citadel and historical importance.
  • Cuneo – Surrounded by the Alps, Cuneo is a picturesque city with a strong local culture and history.
  • Vercelli – Known for its rice production and historical buildings, including the Basilica di Sant’Andrea.

These cities, along with their surrounding areas, contribute to Piedmont’s reputation as a region of both cultural and natural richness. The region’s culinary specialties, such as truffles and wines, also play a significant role in its appeal. Today’s average fuel prices in Turin, Novara, Asti, Alessandria, Cuneo, Vercelli region Piedmont are here.

Puglia

Puglia, located in the southern part of Italy, is known for its stunning coastline, historic towns, and unique architecture. The main cities in Puglia include:

  • Bari – The regional capital and largest city of Puglia. Bari is a port city with a historic old town, a beautiful waterfront, and a lively cultural scene.
  • Lecce – Often referred to as the “Florence of the South” due to its baroque architecture, Lecce is known for its ornate churches, palaces, and sculptures.
  • Taranto – A coastal city with a significant ancient history, known for its archaeological sites and a historic old town.
  • Foggia – An important agricultural and commercial center, Foggia is known for its central piazza and historical buildings.
  • Brindisi – Another coastal city with a historic port, Brindisi has a mix of ancient and modern influences.
  • Barletta – Known for its medieval castle and historic center, Barletta is located along the Adriatic coast.
  • Andria – Famous for the Castel del Monte, a unique octagonal castle and UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Trani – A charming coastal town known for its cathedral and picturesque harbor.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to the diverse cultural, historical, and natural beauty of Puglia. The region is also known for its traditional cuisine, olive groves, and unique conical-roofed houses known as “trulli.” Today’s average fuel prices in Bari, Lecce, Taranto, Foggia, Brindisi, Barletta, Andria, Trani region Puglia are here.

Sardinia

Sardinia is an island region located in the Mediterranean Sea, known for its stunning beaches, unique culture, and rugged landscapes. The main cities in Sardinia include:

  • Cagliari – The regional capital and largest city of Sardinia. Cagliari is situated on the southern coast and offers historical sites, beautiful beaches, and cultural attractions.
  • Sassari – The second-largest city on the island, known for its university and historic center.
  • Olbia – A city located on the northeastern coast, serving as a gateway to the popular Costa Smeralda region.
  • Alghero – Known for its Catalan heritage, Alghero has a charming old town and a picturesque coastline.
  • Nuoro – Located inland, Nuoro is known for its cultural traditions, museums, and panoramic views.
  • Oristano – A city with historical sites, festivals, and connections to the ancient history of Sardinia.
  • Iglesias – Situated in the southwestern part of the island, Iglesias has a medieval old town and mining history.
  • Carbonia – Founded during the Fascist era, Carbonia is known for its mining heritage and architecture.

These cities, along with the island’s unique towns and villages, contribute to Sardinia’s diverse and distinctive character, marked by its history, nature, and traditional way of life. Today’s average fuel prices in Cagliari, Sassari, Olbia, Alghero, Nuoro, Oristano, Iglesias, Carbonia region Sardinia are here.

Sicily

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and an autonomous region of Italy. It’s known for its rich history, diverse landscapes, and unique culture. The main cities in Sicily include:

  • Palermo – The regional capital and largest city of Sicily. Palermo is known for its historic architecture, bustling markets, and cultural attractions.
  • Catania – A vibrant city located on the eastern coast, near Mount Etna. Catania has a mix of Baroque and Roman architecture and is known for its lively atmosphere.
  • Messina – Situated on the northeastern tip of the island, Messina is known for its port, historic buildings, and connection to mainland Italy via the Strait of Messina.
  • Siracusa (Syracuse) – A historic city known for its ancient Greek ruins, including the well-preserved Teatro Greco and the island of Ortigia.
  • Ragusa – Divided into Ragusa Superiore and Ragusa Ibla, this city is known for its stunning Baroque architecture.
  • Trapani – Located on the western coast, Trapani is known for its salt flats, historic center, and proximity to the Egadi Islands.
  • Agrigento – Famous for the Valley of the Temples, a UNESCO World Heritage Site showcasing well-preserved ancient Greek ruins.
  • Caltanissetta – Situated inland, this city has historical sites and cultural attractions.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to the unique and diverse character of Sicily. The island’s history as a crossroads of civilizations is reflected in its architecture, cuisine, and traditions. Today’s average fuel prices in Palermo, Catania, Messina, Siracusa, Ragusa, Trapani, Agrigento, Caltanissetta region Sicily are here.

Trento

Trento is a city and the capital of the autonomous province of Trentino in northern Italy. The province is officially known as Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol. While Trento is the most prominent city in the province, it’s worth noting that Trentino is more recognized for its smaller towns, villages, and natural landscapes. However, besides Trento, a few other significant towns in Trentino include:

  • Rovereto – A town known for its historical and cultural heritage, including the MART (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto).
  • Riva del Garda – Located on the shores of Lake Garda, this town offers beautiful lake views and outdoor activities.
  • Pergine Valsugana – A town situated between Trento and the Caldonazzo Lake, known for its medieval castle and natural beauty.
  • Trento itself is a historic city with a rich cultural and educational scene, as well as administrative importance due to its role as the capital of the autonomous province of Trentino.

The region is characterized by its Alpine landscapes, and outdoor activities such as hiking and skiing are popular in the surrounding areas. Today’s average fuel prices in Rovereto, Riva del Garda, Pergine Valsugana, Trento region Trento are here.

Tuscany

Tuscany is a region in central Italy renowned for its picturesque landscapes, historic cities, and rich cultural heritage. The main cities in Tuscany include:

  • Florence (Firenze) – The regional capital and one of Italy’s most iconic cities. Florence is known for its Renaissance art and architecture, including the Uffizi Gallery, the Florence Cathedral, and the Ponte Vecchio.
  • Siena – Famous for its medieval architecture, including the Piazza del Campo and the Siena Cathedral, and for the Palio horse race held twice a year.
  • Pisa – Known worldwide for the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the city also has a historic university and a beautiful cathedral complex.
  • Lucca – Surrounded by well-preserved Renaissance walls, Lucca is known for its charming old town and the Guinigi Tower.
  • Arezzo – Known for its Roman ruins, medieval architecture, and the Piazza Grande.
  • Livorno – A coastal city with a historic harbor and a distinct multicultural influence.
  • Grosseto – Located in the Maremma region, this city offers a mix of historical sites and natural beauty.
  • Prato – Known for its textile industry and historic architecture, Prato is close to Florence.

These cities, along with their surrounding areas, contribute to Tuscany’s reputation as a cultural and artistic treasure trove, as well as a region known for its scenic beauty and fine cuisine. Today’s average fuel prices in Florence, Siena, Pisa, Lucca, Arezzo, Livorno, Grosseto, Prato region Tuscany are here.

Umbria

Umbria is a landlocked region in central Italy known for its medieval towns, scenic landscapes, and artistic heritage. The main cities in Umbria include:

  • Perugia – The regional capital and largest city of Umbria. Perugia is known for its historic center, Etruscan and medieval architecture, and the University of Perugia.
  • Assisi – Famous as the birthplace of St. Francis, Assisi is known for its religious sites, including the Basilica of St. Francis, and its stunning hilltop location.
  • Terni – An industrial city known for its history and connection to the nearby Marmore Falls, one of Italy’s tallest waterfalls.
  • Orvieto – Perched on a volcanic plateau, Orvieto is known for its impressive cathedral and the underground tunnels and caves beneath the city.
  • Spoleto – Known for its Roman and medieval architecture, Spoleto hosts an annual Festival of Two Worlds, combining art, music, and culture.
  • Gubbio – A town with a well-preserved medieval atmosphere, known for its historical sites and the Corsa dei Ceri, a traditional race.
  • Foligno – An important cultural and economic center, Foligno is known for its historical architecture and festivals.
  • Città di Castello – Known for its medieval and Renaissance art and architecture, this town is located near the border with Tuscany.

These cities, along with smaller towns and villages, contribute to Umbria’s charming and tranquil character. The region’s historical and artistic significance, combined with its lush landscapes, make it a popular destination for those seeking a more relaxed and authentic Italian experience. Today’s average fuel prices in Perugia, Assisi, Terni, Orvieto, Spoleto, Gubbio, Foligno, Città di Castello region Umbria are here.

Valle d’Aosta

Valle d’Aosta, also known as Aosta Valley, is a region in the northwestern part of Italy, bordering France and Switzerland. Despite being the smallest region in Italy, it’s known for its stunning alpine landscapes, outdoor activities, and cultural heritage. The main cities in Valle d’Aosta include:

  • Aosta – The regional capital and largest city of Valle d’Aosta. Aosta is known for its Roman ruins, medieval architecture, and access to nearby ski resorts.
  • Courmayeur – A popular resort town at the foot of Mont Blanc, famous for skiing and mountaineering.
  • Saint-Vincent – Known for its thermal spas, casino, and beautiful mountain scenery.

These cities, along with charming mountain villages, contribute to the unique character of Valle d’Aosta. The region’s bilingual nature (with both Italian and French widely spoken) and its rich blend of alpine and Mediterranean influences make it a special destination for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and those interested in a distinct cultural experience. Today’s average fuel prices in Aosta, Courmayeur, Saint-Vincent region Valle d’Aosta are here.

Veneto

Veneto is a region in northeastern Italy known for its iconic cities, historic towns, and diverse landscapes. The main cities in Veneto include:

  • Venice (Venezia) – One of the most famous cities in the world, Venice is known for its intricate canals, stunning architecture, and cultural richness.
  • Verona – Known as the city of Romeo and Juliet, Verona boasts well-preserved Roman ruins, an ancient amphitheater (Arena di Verona), and charming streets.
  • Padua (Padova) – Home to one of the oldest universities in the world, Padua features historic architecture, including the Scrovegni Chapel with Giotto’s frescoes.
  • Vicenza – Known for its architecture, including works by Andrea Palladio, Vicenza is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Treviso – A charming town with canals, historic buildings, and a picturesque old town.
  • Belluno – Located in the Dolomites, Belluno is known for its alpine scenery and historic center.

These cities, along with their surrounding areas, contribute to Veneto’s blend of art, history, and natural beauty. The region’s proximity to both the Adriatic Sea and the Dolomite Mountains adds to its appeal as a diverse destination. Today’s average fuel prices in Venice, Verona, Padua, Vicenza, Treviso, Belluno region Veneto are here.

Italian fuel prices FAQ

What is the current fuel price in Italy?

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What is the current diesel price on the highway in Italy?

The current average diesel price on the highway in Italy is euro 1.912.

What is the current premium unleaded price on the highway in Italy?

The current average premium unleaded price on the highway in Italy is euro 1.945.

What is the current LPG price on the highway in Italy?

The current average LPG price on the highway in Italy is euro 0.849.

What is the current methane price on the highway in Italy?

The current average methane price on the highway in Italy is euro 1.496.

Why are fuel prices in Italy relatively high?

Several factors contribute to higher fuel prices in Italy, including taxes, distribution costs, and crude oil prices on the global market. Government taxes make up a significant portion of the final fuel price.

How often do fuel prices change in Italy?

Fuel prices in Italy change daily day due to fluctuations in international oil prices and other market dynamics. Gas stations are required to announce the daily average fuel prices on signage which is clearly visible for consumers.

Are there regional variations in Italian fuel prices?

Yes, there are regional variations in fuel prices across Italy. Prices might differ between urban and rural areas, as well as due to local competition and logistical factors. This page provides the daily average fuel prices by region, as announced by the Italian Ministry of Commerce.
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