Looking for a farflung summer holiday that won't break the bank? Consider a destination like Barcelona, where average airfares are 41 percent lower than they were last year.
To help holidaymakers plan their summer vacation this year, online booking site Cheapflights has crunched the numbers with a year-by-year comparison, revealing the top money-saving destinations this summer.
Good news for travelers who've always had Barcelona on their bucket list: This year, visitors can save up to 41 percent on their airfare compared to the summer of 2016.
Along with perennial favorites like La Rambla, Parc Guell and Boqueria Market, this summer tourists will be able to visit the newly opened Ferrari Land and the newly restored Sant Salvador hall in Sant Pau.
The newly opened L9 metro line also shuttles visitors cheaply and quickly from Barcelona Airport to the city.
Here are a few other destinations where US travelers can book for less this summer:
Venice, Italy, down 31 percent over last summer
Lisbon, Portugal, down 26 percent
Knoxville, Tennessee, down 17 percent
Dublin, Ireland, down 16 percent
Colorado Springs, down 16 percent
Charleston, South Carolina, down 13 percent
Hilo, Hawaii, down 13 percent
Guatemala City, Guatemala, down 12 percent
Spokane, Washington, down 12 percent