BRITS looking for the cheapest flights anywhere in the world can take advantage of a handy new flight comparison site that scans data from the likes of Skyscanner and Kiwi.com to find the cheapest deals.
The new tool will even tell you what visas you need for your destination and where the best weather can be found for the dates you want to travel.
To access the features, simply head to Escape and plug in your departure city and the dates you want to travel.
The website then looks at a number of different price comparison sites before pulling up the price data for every destination in the world.
The results are shown on a map, with different colours revealing the cheapest and most expensive destinations.
The colours range from green (the cheapest) to red (most expensive).
You can also filter the results according to budget, popularity of the destination and even average weather conditions.
It even reveals whether direct or stopover flights are cheaper and is perfect if you’re not sure where you want to go.
For example, if you’re looking to go away for a seven day holiday next month from London, it will tell you the cheapest flights to Europe could be found for just £22 return to La Rochelle in France. Or for long haul, you can fly to Boston for £314 return.
Chosen your destination? Once you’ve clicked on where you’re going, you can then scroll through pictures of the local attractions and landmarks, while checking average temperatures and popular places to visit.
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Sun Online Travel previously reported that the most popular flight comparison website is Skyscanner, although Momondo offers the best deals.
But Brits looking for a bargain can try deleting their browsing history and cookies, as well as changing travel dates to the middle of the week.
It is also worth looking for error fares, which are when flight prices are listed by mistake, as this can save hundreds of pounds.