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New year eve – Top 10 holiday destinations in europe

New year eve – Top 10 holiday destinations in europe

Spend unforgettable moments of your life during celebration season of new york in popular places of european region with new year parties, fireworks and other fascinating cultural activities.

New Year’s Eve can be thoroughly enjoyed at any of these places in Europe provided one has arranged for accommodation beforehand. Are you tired of seeing the same faces on New Year’s Eve? Do you want to see new landscapes, new cultural things, new environments, to meet new people? Discover the best destinations to celebrate New Year in Europe and find the best hotels deals for a wonderful New Year’s Eve in Madeira, Berlin, London, Paris. Reykjavik, Bratislava, Vienna, Prague, Rome or Dubrovnik. In addition, many of the hotels in Europe arrange for a grand event for 2014-15 New Year celebrations along with special offers for guests. Countdown parties, concerts, champagnes, NYE fireworks and other fun alternatives are available all over the European continent.

World’s best spots to celebrate new year eve

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Enjoy the cultural attractions of the region. Of all the public celebrations of the New Year across Croatia, Dubrovnik’s is usually the most intimate and enjoyable. Locals stride down Stradun, bars and restaurants fill to bursting, and the city’s luxury hotels cater to moneyed guests with slap-up meals. It’s crowded but without the claustrophobic festivities of Zagreb or Split.

Berlin, Germany

Berlin new year eve

Berlin new year eve

Berlin can be another destination for people who wish to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Europe. Known as Silvester by the Germans, celebrations in this part of Europe is fascinating in its own way. With the spotlight on Brandenburg Goe, the festivities of Berlin manage to fascinate and impress loads of spectators from all over the world every year. The Oberbaumbrücke Bridge and The Berghain and Panorama Bar are the two other options for party lovers celebrating New Year’s Eve 2015 in Berlin Germany. While the former is known for its fireworks, the latter is more of a party haven for the tech savvy with its simple and minimalist décor.

Paris, France

Jubilant crowds swarm along the Champs-Elysées, providing a great view of the Eiffel Tower’s midnight lights, letting off bangers on New Year’s Eve, while nightclubs and restaurants hold expensive soirées. And on New Year’s Day the Grande Parade de Paris brings floats, bands and dancers.

Madeira, Portugal

The famous fireworks display, officially recognized by the Guinness World Records, in 2006, as the largest display of fireworks in the world. This magnificent scenario, of rare beauty, is simply unique, with thousands of multi-coloured lamps decorating the amphitheater of Funchal, transforming it into a grandiose stage. As the clock strikes twelve, on the 31st, the sky is lit up with colour, light and hope in a new year that is just beginning.

Budapest, Hungary

Szilveszter (New Year’s Eve) is when everyone takes to the streets in style, as big crowds gather in the main squares. After the national anthem has boomed out at midnight it’s champers, kisses and fireworks. At Vörösmarty Square there is a three day celebration held from 30 December to 1 January, with live band performances. Public transport runs all night and most bars and restaurants lay on some kind of special event. Merriment continues into the next day when kocsonya, a dish made from parts of pig feet, wobbles its way into people’s hangovers. Visit Budapest’s tourist site for details.

New year celebration near eiffel tower

New year celebration near eiffel tower

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam, too, celebrates 2014-15 New Year’s Eve in its own unique manner with champagne, fireworks and Oliebollen- classical balls of dough, deep fried with an icing of sugar, with the entire action centering on the Leidseplein and Museumplein, Rembrandtplein. Enjoy your new year 2015 celebrations in Amsterdam Netherlands.

Prague, Czech Republic

The romantic city of Prague turns into a fantasyland come wintertime, complete with snow-covered castles, bridges and old town squares. New Year’s Eve is locally known as Silvestr and is one of the most-popular holidays of the year. Although it is ofter overlooked, Prague hosts one of the most-impressive fireworks display in Europe over the Charles Bridge at the Old Town Square or Wenceslas Square. In addition to New Year’s Eve fireworks, Prague City Hall also puts on a fireworks display at 6 p.m. on New Year’s Day, so that families with young children can enjoy them as well. After celebrating all night on Dec. 31, Praguers enjoy a New Year’s lunch of lentils to ensure that the family brings in lots of money in the new year, and they avoid poultry as it supposedly blocks good fortune.

Rome, Italy

The province of Rome is a matching frame for the many treasures of the capital, and the surrounding area has, more or less directly, experienced the influence of the history of the Eternal City. Rome is probably one of the most romantic places for your New Year’s Eve, the Eternal City of love.

Vienna, Austria

Considered as one of the most erudite places, New Year’s Eve 2015 in Vienna is centered on the splendid tour, banquet, and musical at the Schloss Schönbrunn. Among ancient cities in Europe, Vienna of Austria is the most beautiful destination for your vacations. The party atmosphere in this part of Europe reeks of classical as well with Mozzart and Strauss ruling the musicals.

Brussels, Belgium

Masses pour into Grand’Place on 31 December. The atmosphere is good, the crowds friendly and high-spirited, but it’s certainly not for the faint-hearted. The jollity extends to the streets around the square, as you’re more likely to find a comfortable niche there. Wait a while as the square thins out, then music is played over the speakers and folk start dancing – it all becomes magical from that moment on. There’s also a spectacular firework display from the Parc de Bruxelles.

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