If you didn't know about Kayak before today, you were already travelling wrong, but don't worry, this is a judgement free article.\nWhen I lived in Thailand, Kayak was always the first place I'd go to look for cheap flight deals (yes, that was a humble-brag, but remember: judgement free article).\nWell, in true Kayak style, they've justs released a list of the best possible destinations to take advantage of a "Hacker Fare."\nWhat's a Hacker Fare, you ask? Well, that's why you've been booking flights wrong all along.\nA Hacker Fare is the best way to save money on flights to popular travel destinations by booking one-way flights instead of roundtrips.\nAs Kayak describes it, it's kinda like buying two appetizers instead of an entree, being stuffed at the end and still spending less than your friend who got the steak. Sweet.\nIn particular, flights to Europe stand to be significantly discounted if you go the Hacker Fare route. Here are some of the destinations with the best savings when you book two one-way flights instead of a round-trip.\nLisbon, Portugal\nView this post on Instagram #30juneillustrations | Not taking myself too seriosly is something I learn every day. And also not taking stuff personaly. 😇 • • • #lisbon #lisbonart #lisboa #dailyillustration #wacom #wacomart #kritaart #krita #digitalart #photoillustration #lisbonworld A post shared by Magdaléna Bohuslavová (@madlen_bohuslav) on Jun 4, 2019 at 9:35am PDT\nHacker Fare Savings: 25%\nWhat to see: The coastal capital of Portugal boasts beautiful medieval buildings and stunning beaches as well a stunning cliffsides for unreal photo-ops.\nParis, France\nHacker Fare Savings: 22%\nWhat to see: France's capital has no shortage of shops, cafes and tourist sites to visit. What more do I need to say? C'est Paris!\nREAD ALSO: These Are The 28 Most Exciting Things To Do In Montreal This Summer\nHamburg, Germany\nView this post on Instagram #hamburg #hamburgo #hamburgahoi #hamburggram #hamburgworld #hamburg_de #germany #deutschland #fever_europe #eros_europe #visiteurope #total_europe #estaes_europa #ig_europa A post shared by Zengoiti (@zengoiti) on Jun 4, 2019 at 9:37am PDT\nHacker Fare Savings: 22%\nWhat to see: Being the second largest city in Germany means there's no shortage of historical buildings and secret hideaways. Take in the canals and the infamous Reeperbahn.\nFlorence, Italy\nView this post on Instagram My fellow professor Brett Borup @borupb shared with me this picture that he took in Firenze. It stirs all sorts of emotions within me, and I wanted to share with you all. A wise mentor of mine once taught me that if you want to see beautiful things in life, then you need to go to where the beautiful things are. They rarely come to you. This is true in every aspect of our lives. To surround yourself in beauty and culture requires hard work, education, patience, and just a little bit of insanity 🤪 to get outside of your comfort zone. But after you have paid the price, you can sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labors.....like this beautiful scene here of Ponte Vecchio. 🇮🇹 🇫🇷 🇳🇱 A post shared by Kevin Franke (@8passengers.kevin) on Jun 4, 2019 at 5:55am PDT\nHacker Fare Savings: 21%\nWhat to see: My personal favourite Italian city, Florence is the capital of the Tuscany region and is a perfect balance of city and country. Drink amazing wine, stroll the Palazzo Vecchio and stare in wonder at the Uffizi. Then go drink more wine.\nVienna, Austria\nView this post on Instagram Birds eye view of Vienna ✨ #visitvienna #visitaustria #vienna #stephansplatz #wenen A post shared by Lieke Pijnappels (@littlewanderbook) on Jun 4, 2019 at 12:34am PDT\nHacker Fare Savings: 20%\nWhat to see: Austria's capital is another amazing destination to get your historical building fix. Take in some Palaces like Schönbrunn and Hofburg, or visit St Stephen's Cathedral. Plus, they've got an infamous night market (Naschmarkt)!\nPrague, Czech Republic\nView this post on Instagram Sunrise strolls on the Charles Bridge . . . Fun Fact: The numerical palindrome 135797531 carved on to the Old Town Bridge Tower refers to the exact time and date of the placement of the bridge’s foundation stone. It also reads the same backwards and forward 🤓 . . . TIP: unfortunately you have to wake up super early (before sunrise) to get a good shot. Go against the crowd and start at the west end of the bridge A post shared by angela✦ (@atlasofangela) on Jun 3, 2019 at 6:54pm PDT\nHacker Fare Savings: 19%\nWhat to see: When I last visited Prague it was under massive construction and I still loved every moment. Walk the Charles Bridge, pictured above, on your way to the Prague Castle. And don't forget to try some Medovina!\nMunich, Germany\nHacker Fare Savings: 18%\nWhat to see: Munich is the capital of the German province of Bavaria, home to the huge English Beer Garden, Nymphenburg Palace and the infamous white sausage. Don't knock it til you try it! Also... Weissbier, duh!\nTahiti, French Polynesia\nView this post on Instagram Jamais fiu A post shared by Positiv Vibes 🦋 (@stacysgg) on Jun 2, 2019 at 12:49pm PDT\nHacker Fare Savings: 18%\nWhat to see: If Tahiti isn't paradise, I don't know what is. Take in their infamous black sand beaches and maybe give surfing a try! Or just lay in the sun all day... I wouldn't blame you.\nMontreal, Quebec\nHacker Fare Savings: 7%\nWhat to see: Looking for things to do in Montreal? We 100% have got you covered there... Head to our Things To Do tab for all things Montreal, all the time.\nQuebec City, Quebec\nView this post on Instagram A glorious morning in beautiful Ville de Quebec. Such a lovely location for the 102nd Canadian Chemistry Conference And Exhibition #CCCE2019. #QuebecCity #VilledeQuebec #Quebec #Canada #igs_can #Chemistry #Conference #June #eye_for_earth #efe_snapshots_daily #mycanadianphotos #skylovers #blueskies #whiteclouds #pocket_canada A post shared by Brian Wagner (@fluorescent_chemist) on Jun 4, 2019 at 7:16am PDT\nHacker Fare Savings: 6%\nWhat to see: Quebec City is the province's capital and was first settled in 1535, making it one of Canada's oldest cities.\nSo, now that you know about this awesome new way to travel... where will you go next?!\nTo see Kayak's full article about Hacker Fare savings, head to their site here.