Compared with last month's rates, the average price for a double room has dropped in most big European cities, according to the monthly Relaxnews-trivago index published on Wednesday, November 7.
Between October and November, Italy recorded the steepest drop in hotel rates. The average cost of a night's stay plummeted by 31 percent (down to €114) in Rome and 41 percent (down to €140) in Venice.
Stays in Paris and Barcelona have also become significantly more affordable over the same period, with Paris rates down 23 percent (to €165), and Barcelona prices down 24 percent (to €113).
This story was posted on Wed, November 7, 2012
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