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New Year Eve shows in one the best cities of the world!


Every year the same question: What do we do on New Years Eve? Traveling, or at least stay at home? Plan a great New Year's party with friends?

2015 is slowly coming to an end and you did not have any plans for New Year's Eve?

If you have not decided yet how you want to slip into the new year, then you should continue reading. I searched the most beautiful destinations for New Year's Eve and put together a small selection for you.

1. New York

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New York is probably the trendiest of all North American cities. Once to celebrate New Year's Eve in New York, is a dream of many. No wonder that millions of people from around the world come on New Year's Eve in the arts and party metropolis to celebrate the new year.

New York is known for its New Year's Eve parties and the countdown in Times Square. Whether you are young or a little older, if you want to celebrate with many friends or in a small circle, New York has so much to offer on New Year's Eve, that is certainly something for you here. Would you rather not spend the whole evening in a bar or a club? That's not a problem in New York there are so many other options, as you can slip into the new year. How about to celebrate in Central Park, at a concert, the circus or a boat!

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New Year in Times Square: The Ball Drop. The absolute highlight is the New Year's party "Ball Drop":

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The world famous "Ball Drop" takes place in Times Square every year. Already 12 to 18 hours before the event, thousands of people come to Times Square, to secure a good spot. People gather there and watch as a huge ball at One Times Square building sinks slowly. It looks fantastic. When the ball arrives down at midnight, the whole crowd breaks into cheers. Then the huge masses of people fall into his arms, to wish a Happy New Year and celebrate with a spectacular fireworks display in the New Year.

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2. New Year in Paris - City of Lights

 

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French capital is always worth a visit. For millions of people, the city is very popular on the Seine because of their special charm and the French way of life. A fact it is confirmed by the annual visitor numbers in the millions. Especially in winter, at Christmas time, when the entire Champs-Elysees is decorated with numerous strings of lights, convinces Paris with an unforgettable sight.


Lets pay a visit to the French capital. Apart from the really impressive fireworks that will be held regularly at midnight at the Eiffel Tower, Paris puts more emphasis on Tranquility. It's worth a New Year's Eve stay in Paris because this beautiful city still has one or the other surprise to offer. So you can enjoy the view of the city from the Seine by booking a ride on one of the ships-lights. Of course offers the city also pubs, discos and bars , which are open all night for tourists and locals. The Place de la Concorde is also one of the most visited places in the New Year's Eve. But who is really looking for something extra ordinary, should go in the Montmartre. Here is organized infront of the church "Sacre Coeur" a great festival, which is accessible to everyone. It is swarming with artists, fire-eaters and acrobats of all kinds. In addition offers Montmarte, one of the highest points of the French capital, an unforgettable view of the city, an impressive sight is guaranteed.

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All in all, Paris is simply one of the most stunning cities in the world and anyone who has spent the last night of the year there will probably never forget this experience. Whether you celebrate before the Eiffel Tower or the middle of the Champs-Elysees, the "Bon Annee" cries of the French will probably be still a long sound in the ears and bring back memories of a great trip.

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3. Rome

Spend the last night of the year under the open sky and at mild temperatures in an impressive environment? This guarantees a stay in the "Eternal City" Rome New Year's Eve. The capital of Italy, which determined the fate of Europe for centuries, is always worth a visit. This is where modern and ancient meet one another in a wonderful way, what constitutes its own special charm. Before throwing yourself into the fray Party New Year's Eve, is a journey in the historic downtown well worth. Among the biggest attractions of the city included the Roman Forum, the Pantheon and of course the city landmark, the Colosseum.

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The Romans actually use any place to celebrate the New Year. One of the secrets is certainly the Pinciohügel, from which one has incredible views of Rome. Who likes a little more lively, is in Piazza del Poppolo right. On one of Rome's oldest places is celebrated as if there were no tomorrow. For this purpose, we gather in the center of the square, which is dominated by a more than 3000 year old obelisk. The Via Veneto is recommended with its many grand hotels and street cafes is an ideal place to celebrate.

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A place of a special kind, especially at New Year's, is for many the "Piazza San Pietro", the St. Peter's Square. Here gathers a large crowd waiting for the arrival of the Pope in St. Peter's Basilica, which even conducts the New Year's Eve Mass there. Even the famous Spanish Steps, the Piazza di Spagna and the church Trinita dei Monti interconnects is well attended that day. Here fall at midnight strangers in arms.

 

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 In Rome, it is difficult to decide exactly where you should celebrate, because the city has so many wonderful places to offer. So it should be mentioned at any case, the Capitol Square. A special experience would be to pay a visit at the world-famous Trevi Fountain and just as it wants the ancient custom, to throw with his left hand a coin over your right shoulder, into the fountain. According to legend, this will certainly lead to another visit to Rome!

 

4. Sydney

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Once to celebrate New Year's Eve in bikini and swim shorts instead in turtlenecks and winter coat! This dream can come true, by traveling to the other side of the continent, more precisely, to Sydney. The Australian metropolis knows how to celebrate.


Even the New Year is celebrated here skillfully. Apart from the many beaches, which naturally attract tourists in droves, the town features many other attractions. The most famous among them are certainly the two Sydney's landmark, the shell-shaped Opera House and the world famous Harbour Bridge. There are also many national parks that you should definitely visit in the immediate vicinity. Because among other things, the Blue Mountains National Park would be to mention the guests staying at the rock formation "Three Sisters", giving with its imposing aura a little taste of the vastness of the Australian continent.

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The only official fireworks will be held in the city on New Year's Eve the. Even during the day will be attuned to the beaches in picnic mood on the night. It reminds all of one big feel-good Happening. Dressed in light party outfits and sandals, the new year will be celebrated wildly. Private the kindling is understandably prohibited because of the danger of forest fires. The twelve-minute fireworks - for each month of the year a minute. The entire Australian night sky is dipped to atmospheric music in an incredible sea of color. One can see this among other best from "Mrs. Macquarie's Point" from one of the many parks in Sydney, which is not open that night for more than 25 000 people, which is why you have to be fast. The best way to get thing in the morning and just enjoy the time in the sun until it's time. A great alternative offers itself with a place in one of the many harbor ships. The calmer variant makes a quiet "gliding" into a new year with a view of one of the most impressive fireworks spectacle ever.

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A special feature is to be mentioned with regard to a New Year's Eve in Sydney. After the Kiribati Islands, the Australian metropolis is the next place that welcomes the New Year. If you want, so you can celebrate a little later a second, "German Year".

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5. Moscow

Moscow, with about 10.6 million inhabitants, is the largest city in Europe. Exciting spectacle, spectacular events and stunning events are only a minimum of what there is to be expected of the year in the capital of the Russian Federation.

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Following the Russian Orthodox tradition, there is the real New Year's Eve in Moscow not necessarily in the form as it appears familiar in our region, because here Christmas and New Year are celebrated on the same day. Among the most famous customs and traditions include the divination with melted wax, as well as the rich of borsch and Kutya as a symbol of hope and the eating of honey and poppy as a symbol of joy and success.

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At midnight, the Moscow then gather on the famous "Red Square" and encounter at the stroke of midnight on the New Year. Particularly exciting is the fact that throughout Russia the New Year's Eve is celebrated about eleven times due to the territorial expansion of the Russian Federation, since the entire area covers many time zones. Also on Red Square will take place after every year the biggest fireworks spectacle of the city in which come thousands of people.

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6. Budapest

Something different, but guarantees a memorable New Year's Eve in Budapest. If you want to celebrate New Year in another country, you might not think at first of Hungary. In this regard, the capital Budapest is a real surprise. The "Paris of the East" becomes on New Years Eve a huge sea of lights.

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It is said that the Hungarians have a special soft spot for fireworks - and this significantly shows on New Year. It sparkles, pops and hisses from every corner and the daylight illuminated sky is reflected in the water of the glittering River Danube. So the city has to offer an incredibly varied nightlife. Especially on New Year's Eve you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to the celebration options. Numerous pubs, restaurants and hotels have an interesting program on offer in the last night of the year .

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There would recommended especially the Moulin Rouge and the Casino Las Vegas . At Moulin Rouge you have the possibility to attend a revue, a theater or a cabaret. In addition, it has also a cafe and a restaurant. So here you can decide according to personal taste . A special highlight has Budapest with the traditional New Year's Gala in the Hungarian State Opera House to offer. From 20 o' clock can be here drinked delicious cocktails, attend a musical potpourri of opera, operetta, gypsy tunes and concert pieces. By 22 o' clock you just go to enjoy a delicious New Year's Eve menu, you get the Hungarian specialties on the table

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Then the dance floor may then be swung in the huge ballroom. Also downtown has to offer somewhat in the most beautiful night of the year . For each generation there is here guaranteed the right thing. While the area around the Liszt Ferenc Square is something more for the elegant and set clientele, probably the younger ones speak the quarter along the Raday street among the revelers. There is a variety of cafes, restaurants and nightclubs. At Danube Corso and on Vaci Street, takes place the most exciting street festivals to the year.

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Hungarians are crazy about fireworks. No matter which place you chooses to celebrate, the sky above it will be brightly lit at midnight. Budapest is also during the day a very exciting and beautiful city. It is not for nothing called the Paris of the East. So wait quaint pubs and traditional coffee houses on a visit. As sight especially the historic castle district is a must with the Royal Palace. Here, among other things, the National Gallery, the Historical Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art are housed.

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7. London

Many consider London the best city in the world to spend Christmas. Spending Christmas in London can be a very special occasion to meet the Christmas soak espirutu of Londoners. Dismiss the year and 31 December to welcome the new year are the chimes of Big Ben (which is actually a countdown fireworks launched from the London Eye) and enjoy the fireworks show is an experience that we recommend live despite the cold.

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 London Christmas lights and shines, literally !. The shopping streets in the West End of London are decorated with Christmas lights each year is more spectacular. It is punish a tour of night shopping streets of Bond Street, Carnaby Street, Regent Street or Covent Garden, to see them in all their glory.

Trafalgar Square every year is adorned with a large Christmas tree, which is a traditional gift of Norway in gratitude to the British for their help during the Second World War. The Christmas tree is planted every year in Trafalgar Square, usually measured over 20 meters high and has a length of between 50 and 60 years

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The impressive parade with which London welcomes the new year. Join in a massive party, ten thousand acrobats, dancers, musicians and entertainers, marching through central London in a "festival of nations". It's free, so go early to get a good seat.

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Here is an other video from other cities with extremely beautifull and mind blowing fireworks at New year's eve show celebration.

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I hope you all like it. Thanks for reading my post you can also read my other posts HERE.

 

~Toshi-Warraich~



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