Two Exquisite Destinations For New Year’s Eve
Posted: Nov 25, 2021
New Year’s Eve around the world is a very busy time of the year and there’s no better way to welcome a New Year other than spending quality time with your friends and family in a vibrant atmosphere. Celebrators across the globe go out their ways to visit different cities and make it their best experience to date, almost wanting to surpass the previous New Year experience! So if you’re down to see new cities, landscapes and people read the following article!
Sydney Harbour, Sydney
New Year in Sydney is a multi-layered event that dates back its origin to the late 1970s, welcoming millions of travellers and celebrators from around the world every year. With a wide range of festivities spreading across the city, the main events in the capital of New South Wales are the pyrotechnic displays, one at midnight and the other at 9pm. All other activities like carnivals, parades and lightworks are centered around the Sydney Harbour. The Sydney Harbour New Year’s Eve cruises, in recent years, has been a top attraction in the harbour because it offers arguably the best views of the illuminating skies. You can see many vessels, offering a stunning New Year’s Eve experience, ranging from an authentic paddlewheeler with live shows to a premium glass boat offering 360° views of the radiating harbour and a multi-million dollar catamaran with expansive outer decks. The cruises take you on a voyage along the harbour with splendid views of the lit up Harbour Bridge and Opera House and many other attractions while you savour the delicious dishes of the special New Year menu which comprises deluxe seafood buffets or special five course seated and served menus. For this special occasion, drinks including premium beer, wine and spirits are available throughout the duration of the cruise, from the fully licensed bar onboard. Furthermore, the vessel will be located in an exclusion zone pre-designated by NSW Maritime which guarantees the best views of both the midnight and family fireworks. With fully air-conditioned ultra-modern interiors, diverse menu, live shows, stunning harbour views and much more the New Year Cruises have been gaining acclamation from the tourists as well as the locals. So be on the lookout to experience Sydney’s unique way of celebrating New Year and book early for discounts.
Dubbed ‘The City of Lights’, Paris is the capital and most populous city in France. Paris is one of the most iconic cities in Europe, hosting one of the seven wonders of the world, the Eiffel Tower. So it is not surprising that the French capital has a variety of parties and entertainment ready for the end of the year. Every year, hundreds and thousands gather to fill up Paris’ clubs, restaurants and streets for an episode of fun. The long, thin and neatly trimmed park/garden leading upto the monumental Eiffel Tower, the Champ de Mars, is the point where the majority of people flock to. It's an unofficial gathering point for New Year’s Eve where people make new friends, spend the evening outside, watching the lit up towers and waiting to shout "Happy New Year". Next stop is the Champs-Élysées, which is a famous street of the city where people gather around 9pm to be in position for the wild midnight light-show. This is also the location for the Parisian New Year’s Eve street party which has taken place every year since way back. Next is a place called Wanderlust which is the coolest bar in Paris, also famed for its design which is of a caterpillar. Long away from the traditional clubbing of Parisians, the Wanderlust has been on the radar since its inception in 2012 and it now appeals to many internationally renowned music DJs who play with open music decks. Dance under the stars at the stroke of midnight on the large terrace overlooking the Seine River. Visit this mesmerising city for an unforgettable experience.
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