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Want to travel somewhere that averages 72 degrees in September? It used to be that you’d have to search travel guidebooks to find the perfect location, but then you’d be left to figure out how to get there. Then, the internet came along and it became as simple as Googling “destination that’s 72 degrees in September.” But, even that’s not a perfect way to find your Goldilocks destination, as you’ll still have to figure out how to get there cheaply.

Well, fret no more. Starting this week, Norwegian’s new route map lets you find the perfect destination in its network for even your most particular temperature desires. Even better, the map shows you just how much it’ll cost to get there.

The easy-to-use route map makes it fun and simple to explore destinations from a set departure point and month based on budget, temperate and/or category of destination (i.e. City Breaks, Europe, French Caribbean, Scandinavia or Ski & Snow).

Say you’re in Orlando and just can’t stand those pesky moderate winters. How about a “Ski & Snow” destination that’s under 40 degrees in December and costs less than $300 to fly to (one-way)? Yeah, you’ve got options:

If you prefer Celsius or another currency, navigate to the route map for another country (i.e. United Kingdom or Ireland).

For domestic destinations and other locations that Norwegian doesn’t fly to, Google’s Explore Map is going to be your best bet for flight searching and filtering. While you can’t narrow by specific temperature, you can narrow by a range of interests, prices, stops, airlines, times, flight duration and more.

H/T: Travel + Leisure

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