New Years Eve marks the end of one year and the beginning of a new one; it’s a day before the New Year’s Day. New Years Eve is celebrated on December the 31st. It is celebrated even in the even in non-Christian nations. New Years Eve is celebrated with lots of liquor, fireworks and loud gatherings. When the clock strikes midnight it marks of the transition into the New Year. Take a look at some of the coolest cities you can celebrate New Year’s Eve in.
Travelers from all over the world come to London to experience the magic of New Year’s Eve. Fireworks get launched into the sky off the 135 meter London Eye with a light show throughout the city. If you want to have the perfect view on the spectacular colorful fireworks you should stand on the Westminster Bridge. The show starts when Big Ben strikes midnight and lasts for 15 minutes. You can continue celebrating in the endless number of clubs and pubs around London. And if you like going to the theater, you can spend that marvelous night with the cast and crew.
Dancing salsa in Barcelona, while waiting for the New Year, to come is one of the coolest ways to welcome it. In the midnight you’ll eat 12 grapes with each sound of the bell. And on the January the 5th you can enjoy in the ceremony of Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos (Three Kings Parade) who throw candy to the children.
3. New York
The centre of every New Years Eve is certainly New York, where thousands of people witness the ball drop. The Times Square is packed with people from around the globe, waiting for this magical moment. Believe it or not people star to gather at 3pm at the Times Square, so if you are planning to spend this New Years Eve right there, you should wear warm clothes. If you are not an outdoor type you can enjoy this magnificent night in one of the warm cafés or clubs. Amazing fireworks and people in festive mood will make it one of the best New Year Celebrations, ever.
The New Year’s Eve in Paris will be unforgettable, with all those cozy cafes and the incredible fireworks around town. The view on the fireworks on the Eiffel Tower will make it memorable while you’ll have a chance to enjoy their cousin.
Celebration of New Years Eve starts earlier in Tokyo; on the 29th of December. The street and coffee shops are packed with people and Tokyo clubs are no exception. You can spend the New Year’s Eve in a traditional Japanese way- eating Toshikoshi Soba and listening to Juya No Kane. The fireworks won’t disappoint you!