Top 20 Places in the World to Celebrate New Year’s Eve

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Since we get to celebrate the New Year’s Eve only once a year, it is bets that we try and make that evening as memorable as we can. However, our planet is not that small, and there are so many great places where we can wait midnight on the 31st of December. So? How to decide where to go for that big night? This is where we jump in! As always, we have decided to help you out, and have we created a list of the Top 25 Places in the World to Celebrate New Year’s Eve, but if you love to travel, and you are also interested in finding out what are the Top 20 Places In the World You Have to Put on Your Bucket List, we suggest that you click on the link.
But let’s get back to the New Year’s Eve destinations. The list includes destinations like the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, wild NYE pool parties in Miami, and the first place in the world where the New Year arrives, the Christmas Island. Also, if you are afraid that the night will go in a blink of an eye, don’t be. The destinations we found, offer fun activities, such as parties, epic firework display, and cultural tradition, that begin a few days before the big night (depending on the place you choose), and end a few days after the New Year arrives. So, as we said, don’t worry, because you will have plenty of time to enjoy the celebration. Without further ado, we present you the best places in the world for the welcoming of the New Year.

1. NEW YORK CITY

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Not everyone is up for celebrating the New Year’s Eve with the crowd that counts millions of people from all over the world, it can be exhausting. However, if you are not one of those, and you love big crowds, then NYC will be your perfect New Year’s Eve destination, because not many cities in the world offer the atmosphere like New York does. Even if you have been living on the moon since your birth, you must have heard about the famous annual New Year’s Eve gathering in Times Square. That night, you will be able to see famous musicians and the even more famous “ball drop”, in which a 12,000 pounds, 12-foot-wide, crystal ball descends atop One Times Square. For those who want a less crowded atmosphere, there are plenty of restaurants and bars overlooking Times Square. On the other hand, if you are looking for something totally different, New York also offers nighttime boat rides on New York Harbor, which is actually the best way to enjoy in the midnight fireworks display on Liberty Island.

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