June is wintertime in Australia, and if you’re like me, that’s a trip you want to make when things’ll be breeziest. Melbourne (down 32%) and Sydney (down 34%) are already much less humid than cities to the north like Darwin, and June sees some events that make them even lovelier. After a brief hiatus, the beloved Melbourne Book Market is back, setting up within Queen Victoria Market every Sunday through late August. The first week of June means it’s time for the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, and June 8 you can catch the Winter Wine Fest (tickets start around $75). Head up the coast, meanwhile, and you’ll find the Sydney Film Festival running from June 5 - 16. Vivid Sydney -- part music festival, part art installation, part technology summit -- also takes over the capital the first half of the month. After dark, when you’re walking around downtown, you’ll be able to see light projections playing off of iconic landmarks like the Sydney Opera House.
1. San Jose del Cabo -- $357 (44%)
2. Amsterdam, Netherlands -- $683 (39%)
3. Paris, France -- $619 (36%)
4. Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic -- $445 (35%)
5. Cartagena, Colombia -- $373 (35%)
6. Sydney, Australia -- $883 (34%)
7. Antigua Island, Antigua and Barbuda -- $520 (33%)
8. Sao Paulo, Brazil -- $817 (33%)
9. Melbourne, Australia -- $904 (32%)
10. Medellin, Colombia -- $370 (31%)
Hopper’s price predictions are about 90% accurate, so you can feel secure in the fact that they’re not likely to lead you astray here. To take advantage of the savings, download the Hopper app (along with any of our other handy travel apps if you haven’t already, why not) and plug in any dates and destination cities you have your eye on. Then you just continue living your life while Hopper does the work -- you’ll get a notification from the app when flight prices in your desired cities have dropped as low as they’re expected to go, which is your cue to jump on them bookings.