New Year’s Eve is one of the most important holidays of the year (“the most” perhaps for many). The reasons for loving this celebration are diverse; it is part of the period of the most expected holidays of the year (Christmas), it marks the beginning of a new year and the completion of the previous one, it is the perfect occasion to meet with the people you love most and, if it is not possible to meet them, it is also the perfect reason to call and contact your loved ones. Everyone expects something special from their New Year’s Eve, and while some stay at home with the grapes until the time of meeting friends, others celebrate it in style with big parties. Let’s talk about the most exuberant and impressive New Year’s Eve celebrations in the world. At least once in your life you have to experience a New Year’s Eve in one of these cities.
Who wouldn’t want to spend a New Year’s Eve at Times Square? The New Year’s Eve party that takes place in New York is tradition since 1907, the event begins at 5:00 PM and ends after midnight where people gather to watch the ball drop from a distance of more than 20 meters high. The event ends with an explosion of confetti and revelry where everyone cheers and rings in the new year.
In this Australian city we can find one of the biggest and best pyrotechnics shows in the world, besides being able to celebrate the beginning of the new year before than in any other places. This amazing show happens over the Harbor Bridge.
The Brandenburg Gate has become a place of reference to celebrate the most emblematic party of the year, New Year’s Eve. Many people from all over the world come to the German capital to ring in the new year among the crowds of people, concerts, shows and celebrations.
It is essential to emphasize that the tradition of wearing red underwear on New Year’s Eve comes from Italy. Having said that, we can talk about the emblematic New Year’s Eve celebration that takes place in St. Mark’s Square where people anxiously await the sound of the bells of the basilica and some come dressed up to celebrate the beginning of the new year.
The sea and sand of Copacabana beach gets prepared to welcome more than two million people to celebrate the new year every year. Requirements? Everyone should come dressed in white since the purpose of this stratospheric gathering is to make an offering to the sea goddess, Yemanja. All this is done before a sublime show of fireworks and pyrotechnics to the delight of visitors who come to the beach to celebrate the new year.