The most spectacular places to live a New Year’s Eve
On tastes there are no disputes, so the possibilities of finding an environment in which to feel good where to say goodbye to the year and spend the first hours of 2020 are endless: at home, by the sea, in the mountains, under the starry sky of the desert, in a tiny corner or a big city. Alone, in the company of the couple, family or friends, most of us want to spend New Year’s Eve in the best way possible, as a preamble of the year about to release. For this reason we invite you to travel with us to six special places. Can you come with us?
Can you think of a more romantic setting than a crisp sky dotted with endless stars? Would you like to say goodbye to the year in an original way, far from the worldly noise? If so, what better than to break down topics, forget about the party and enjoy the vastness and intimacy that the desert offers? It is not necessary to travel to the other side of the planet or spend a fortune to live an unrepeatable night sleeping under the stars of the Sahara, in Morocco. At dusk, after an intense day touring the desert, an exciting moment comes, when silence floods everything. And, after night, at dawn, nothing is comparable to the sensation of watching the sunrise from the top of a dune.
Alone, in the company of the couple, family or friends, most of us want to spend New Year’s Eve in the best way possible, as a preamble of the year about to release. For this reason we invite you to travel with us to three special places. Can you come with us? Rod Stewart And His Son Accused Of Punching Resort Staffer On New Year’s Eve
There are many culinary traditions for Christmas parties but few countries have a ritual so precise (and so precious) with which to meet the edge of midnight New Year’s Eve as Spain. How could it be otherwise, Madrid is one of the best places to say goodbye to the year … and welcome the New Year. Surely you have seen it on television a thousand times, but that is not why going to see the bells and take the 12 grapes is less funny. It is a tradition that you will have to fulfill, at least once in a lifetime. Of course, after the last chime and fireworks it is time to party until the sun rises. Did anyone doubt it?
London, United Kingdom
Fans of cosmopolitan cities and independent music have a date with London. With around 500,000 visitors last year, New Year’s Eve in the British capital is one of the biggest celebrations in the world, with a spectacular fireworks show on the Thames. This year, for the first time, you will have to pay admission (10 pounds) to ensure the safety of the event. As you go, take the opportunity to enjoy the many activities that fill London the previous days such as ice skating rinks or Christmas markets. Ah! And don’t miss the music, because the concerts multiply and there is music for everyone, from the classics to the modern ones.
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
The beautiful New Year of Amsterdam offers many surprises. Like the Festival of Light that throughout the winter invades the city of beautiful luminous works of art. Or the street shows and the official celebrations that are mounted in the Oosterdok, where an 18th-century galleon is the scene of concerts and fireworks. To get warm, make sure you swell the tooth to local delicacies such as oliebollen, round sugar-covered pancakes perfect to accompany a good beer mug.
Barry Lachey is a Professional Editor at Zobuz. Previously He has also worked for Moxly Sports and Network Resources “Joe Joe.” he is a graduate of the Kings College at the University of Thames Valley London. You can reach Barry via email or by phone.