People usually celebrate New Year’s Eve in similar ways – fireworks, music and dancing, food and drinks, and last but not least, parties. But if you want to try something new at the end of this year, why not spend your New Year’s Eve in a foreign country? Each destination may appear the same but yet they are different and special in their own unique way. So if you are not the type of person who prefers spending New Year’s Eve at home wearing pajamas, then you will enjoy the following European destinations. Moreover, if you are in the mood to travel by car, then go for it. Sometimes, nothing can compare to a comfortable ride, like the 2018 Audi A4 Sedan can provide.
With thousands of people attending the biggest party street of the year, London is one of the most popular destinations for spending New Year’s Eve. Big Ben’s stroke of midnight marks the beginning of a 10-minute display of fireworks and iconic buildings such as the London Eye, Palace of Westminster, and the Shard are lit up in order to welcome the New Year. But if you do not want to spend your night out in cold and rain, you can head to the London Sky Bar. There you can find plenty of food, drinks, and a live DJ. Moreover, you have free public transport in order to be able to attend after-parties, if you are into these things.
Stockholm can have the perfect landscape for the festive season as it is usually covered in snow. At the stroke of midnight, people head outside to watch the display of fireworks and to toast champagne, with the street Fjällgatan and the bridges Västerbron and Skanstullsbron being one of the greatest places for watching the fireworks. By choosing Stockholm, you will for sure be in a winter wonderland.
Paris is not only the city of love but it is also a great destination for celebrating New Year’s Eve. The Eiffel Tower is lit up in order to mark the beginning of the New Year and Champs-Elysees becomes the perfect place for a party street for it provides a great view of the tower. Anyway, if you want to spend a more romantic New Year’s Eve, then book a dinner cruise along the Seine. The atmosphere will be more chilled out but still, you will feel the festive vibe of the City of Lights.