We have listed suggestions for New Year’s Eve. Here are 14 Cities to See on New Year’s Eve with their lights, trees, and New Year spirits.
If you think Prague is beautiful, wait until you see it at Christmas and New Year’s. Enjoy mulled wine and cakes while visiting the New Year’s Markets in the old city center and Wenceslas square. Don’t miss the Kühn Children’s Choir concert and the Nutcracker performance at the National Theatre.
- Bruges, Belgium
Strolling through the cobbled streets of Bruges, Europe’s best-preserved medieval city, and drinking hot chocolate will be sure to make this a magical place.
Cologne, which attracts four million visitors every winter, is one of the first cities that come to mind when we think of the New Year’s Market.
- Rio de Janeiro
Who said welcoming Christmas in ugly sweaters by the fireplace is mandatory? This time, say hello to the new year with an iced caipirinha on the unique beaches of Rio.
- Quebec City
One of the oldest cities in North America, Quebec City’s colonial French architecture undoubtedly lends the city a European feel.
- Hong Kong
Offering an impressive atmosphere throughout the year, Hong Kong’s bright skyline takes on an even more impressive atmosphere at the end of the year.
Drop by the town of Santa Claus in Lapland, the birthplace of Santa Claus, for an unforgettable New Year’s Eve experience
The oldest Christmas market in France is in Strasbourg. In addition to the market that has been established for 450 years, do not forget to visit the Strasbourg cathedral, which is the tallest structure remaining from the Middle Ages.
Although Vienna stands out especially with the New Year’s Market in the City Hall, this is not the only market in the city. Be sure to attend one of the events held in the Hofburg chapel.
Iceland is a winter paradise for most of the year, but in December, the city takes on a completely different atmosphere. On clear nights, the Northern Lights are visible from many of the city’s streets.
Denmark, one of the happiest countries in the world, is also one of the best places to celebrate New Year’s. Tivoli Gardens, located in Copenhagen, the capital of the country, dazzle with its sparkling amusement park. You should definitely have a dinner at Restaurant Vita, one of the prominent restaurants in the city, which also broke new ground in the world of gastronomy.
- New York
Ice skating under the giant pine tree next to Rockefeller Center and riding a carriage in Central Park is always invaluable experiences!
Instead of joining the crowd at St Peter’s basilica in Rome, one of the most popular destinations for New Year’s Eve, head to the Pantheon and listen to the hymns echoing on the 1900-year-old walls.
Go shopping in Barcelona, where more than 400 streets are illuminated during the New Year! Glass decorations and fun figures called caganers sold at the Christmas market in Fira de Santa Lucia are among the most popular.