Infographic: Best time to travel to these 12 cities

This handy infographic shows you the best time of year to travel to 12 major cities.

Best time of the year to travel

The clever crew at has created a super handy infographic that shows you the best time of year to travel to 12 major cities around the globe.

By working out the cheapest times to book accommodation at a four-star hotel, the best local events, holidays and weather in 12 popular destinations, the site has discovered how budget-conscious travellers can save up to 40 per cent in some of the world’s must-see cities.

Want to know the best time to visit New York City? It’s the last week of June – and that’s when you’ll save up to 35 per cent on your holiday. Or how about Hawaii? Visit in the second week of April and you’ll save up to 39 per cent.

We’ve included a small image of the infographic, but for the full-sized version and more information, head to

Where on this infographic have you already been? Did you find it expensive? What’s your take on the best time to travel to these destinations?



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    16th Jun 2018
    You would have to be crazy to choose to travel to Beijing in the first week of China to save $A100. This is Golden Week when millions of Chinese have holidays and travel to visit family.
    There is more to consider than saving money when choosing the best time to travel.
    16th Jun 2018
    New York in June - stinking hot. Paris in November - cold and probably wet. Melbourne - it's summer for goodness sake - hot. Whoever did this certainly did not take the temperatures etc into account. Last year we were in New York in June - 40+ degrees and the heat coming up from the subway made it intolerable.
    17th Jun 2018
    Budget travelers do not normally stay at 4 star hotels

    17th Jun 2018
    You have to wonder at who comes up with these "answers". So impractical and of no help or use to most of us.

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