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These Top Destinations Are Cheaper In The Fall
The incredible weather isn’t the only reason why the fall season is a great time to travel. When you combine the weather and the fact that it’s among the cheapest time to travel, fall is the best time to go out and explore.
Just recently, analysts from Hopper, a travel app that uses historical data t predict airfare, revealed a list of destinations that would be cheaper this fall.
With predictions that are more than 90 percent accurate, be sure to book your vacation to one of these top destinations this fall:
If you are looking for a cheap but satisfying getaway this fall, then don’t miss your chance for a more than 45 percent savings on round-trip flights to Barcelona.
Travel to Barcelona in late October is among the cheapest times to fly, with a nearly $200 savings on airfare from various U.S. destinations, according to Hopper and Google Flights.
Right behind Barcelona is Madrid. The only difference when analyzing Hopper’s data is that flights to Madrid seem to be cheaper throughout the whole month of October versus the small window of cheap flights to Barcelona at the end of the month.
There are also some good deals at the beginning of November.
According to Hopper, if you’re planning to travel to Madrid in October, then you want to book by Sept. 28 for a nearly 44 percent savings on airfare from various destinations. Prices are expected to climb at the end of September.
Sao Paulo, Brazil
There’s a rare deal to Sao Paulo, Brazil that will get you there from Miami for as low as $302, according to Skyscanner. That’s nearly 50 percent less than airfare on other airfare apps including Hopper and Google Flights, which has flights priced around $600 round-trip.
The only catch is there are a few flights left on Skyscanner, so grab this deal quick.
London, United Kingdom
You will find that round-trip flights to London are the lowest towards the end of September and into November. According to Hopper’s price predictions, prices will vary throughout the month of September and are expected to climb from various cities by the first week of December.
On average, flights from various cities are down by at least 35 percent to London this fall.
Airfare prices from the West Coast to Japan are typically inexpensive. With that being said, the true test of a good flight deal is when you compare flights to Asia from the East Coast and that’s why Tokyo makes the cut this fall.
According to Hopper data, flights to Tokyo can be purchased for as low as $500 round-trip for various dates in September from New York City airports.
That’s a more than 35 percent savings compared to any other time of year.