List of metropolitan areas of Italy

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The Metropolitan areas of Italy are statistical areas denoting a region consisting of a densely populated urban core and its less-populated surrounding territories in the Italian republic. Since in Italy there is no unique definition of metropolitan area, below are given definition according to several sources.

Metropolitan areas according to alternative studies[edit]

Urban Outlook 2015 by CityRailways [1][dead link]

City Population
January 1, 2014
Area
(km2)
Density
(inh./km2)
Milan 6,623,798 4,450.11 1,488
Naples 5,294,546 3,116.52 1,699
Rome 4,447,881 3,340.41 1,332
Turin 1,865,284 1,328.40 1,404
Venice-Padua 1,645,900 2,063.44 768
Florence 1,485,030 2,124.22 699
Bari 1,257,459 2,194.62 573
Palermo 1,183,084 1,237.26 956
Catania 988,240 771.32 1,281
Brescia 924,090 1,287.18 718
Genoa 861,318 721.81 1,193
Messina-Reggio Calabria 828,507 1,405.42 590
Rimini 748,352 927.20 807
Bologna 692,710 1,034.18 670
Modena 588,998 964.48 611
Verona 583,069 862.26 676
Pisa-Livorno 571,559 1,079.84 529
Pescara 529,070 979,88 540
Versilia 522,092 696.73 749
Vicenza 480,392 691.38 695
Cagliari 452,816 895.28 506
Taranto 439,730 1,000.65 439
Trieste 409,905 572.58 716
Ancona 408,358 854.48 478
Perugia 348,952 1,135.07 307
Lecce 345,476 768.65 449
Reggio nell'Emilia 307,817 658.75 467
Parma 305,826 682.46 448

Data by OECD (2010)[2]

City Pop. World Rank Population Area
(km2)
Density
(inh./km2)
GDP 2010
(millions USD)
GDP per capita 2010
(USD)
Bari 243 577,899 754.98 765.44 12,166.99 21,053.84
Bologna 190 745,255 2,036.19 366.00 28,942.43 38,835.60
Catania 229 623,610 609.35 1,023.40 11,189.23 17,943.80
Florence 201 723,164 1,737.87 416.12 24,888.82 34,416.56
Genoa 203 716,159 1,113.59 643.10 22,109.58 30,872.44
Milan 24 4,060,624 2,637.77 1,539.41 180,506.08 44,452.79
Naples 32 3,552,568 1,558.57 2,279.37 61,820.42 17,401.62
Palermo 145 935,921 835.58 1,120.08 18,492.21 19,758.31
Rome 26 4,008,095 5,686.46 704.84 142,053.82 35,441.73
Turin 72 1,747,614 1,781.34 981.06 54,538.34 31,207.31
Venice 259 541,969 1,089.17 497.59 17,097.93 31,547.79

Data by Global MetroMonitor (2012)[3]

City Population GDP 2012
(millions USD)
GDP per capita 2012
(USD)
Employment
Bologna 836,014 32.8 39,194 441,099
Florence 1,490,636 51.6 34,640 710,932
Genoa 911,726 30.1 33,003 381,883
Milan 7,626,467 289.3 37,938 3,588,796
Naples 4,460,993 83.6 18,749 1,286,022
Rome 4,328,236 167.8 38,765 2,086,794
Turin 2,338,339 76.6 32,775 1,071,747
Venice 1,642,986 57.9 35,252 769,887

Metro Cities with Forbes Fortune 500 Global Companies, in 2013:[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Urban Outlook 2015 by CityRailways" (PDF).
  2. ^ "OECD 2010".
  3. ^ "Data Global MetroMonitor 2012". Archived from the original on 2013-06-04.
  4. ^ "Forbes Fortune 500 Global Companies".