Venice, December 27 – Venice holds the record for being the most most expensive Italian city for tourists between Christmas and New Year, with hotel rooms costing an average of 130 euro per double per night, according to a report by tourist studies institute Ciset. Even so, the Venice hotel room average price dropped in the New Years celebration period by 7.1% compared to November. Hotel room prices in Milan were an average of 120 euro in the period, a 8.3% from November, while Rome’s were 109 euros, posting a 4.4% drop, according to the recent research report drawn up by Cisnet, the International Centre for Tourism Economics of the Venice-based Ca 'Foscari University. A double hotel room in Florence cost an average of 105 euros in the period, a 2.8% from November, whilst Verona’s were 100 euros, posting a dramatic 10% by comparison. In terms of ski locations, the most expensive town was identified as Madonna di Campiglio, which on average offered hotel rooms for about 194 euros a night, followed closely by Cortina d'Ampezzo’s 191 euro average.