Go out with a bang and celebrate New Year in one of the world's greatest cities. See the amazing fireworks in Tokyo, dance the night away in Paris or do it the American way at Time Square in New York. Rather do something more traditional? Go to Madrid where they eat grapes for luck. All options are still open.
Join the count down at Time Square together with hundreds of millions around the globe who watch it on television. All want to be there to see the Waterford Crystal LED ball drop from the former New York Times Building. Then emerge yourself in an evening filled with music, dancing and -of course- amazing fireworks! The perfect way to celebrate the new year!
On New Year’s Eve in Tokyo streets and restaurants are filled with people. Everybody eats buckwheat noodles to ensure health and happiness in the New Year. Temples ring their bells as a countdown to 12, adding a special factor to the celebration. Stay in town till 2nd January, one of only two days when the emperor opens the palace grounds to the public.
Celebrate New Year's Eve in Sydney! The city to celebrate the new year in your summer outfit ! There's a reason why Sydney is called the New Year's Eve Capital of the World. From Kirribilli you will have the most beautiful view of the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge and of course of the fireworks!. Be quick because it gets crowded!
In Rio they celebrate Réveillon. The night is a mix of tradition, culture and religion. Everybody dresses up in white with touches of colors with special meanings. When the clock strikes 12, it is party time! Enjoy a dazzling fireworks show. Then follow the crowds to the beach. Locals will throw flowers into the waves at midnight for the African sea goddess, Yemanjá.
The City of Light becomes a city of fireworks on New Year’s Eve. Hundreds of thousands line the Champs-Élysées for a view of the Eiffel Tower. At midnight, fireworks burst from the entire length of its iron structure, being one of this evening’s most beautiful displays. Other gathering spots with great views include the stairs of Sacré-Couer and the Trocadéro.