Top 10 interesting cities for the New Year!

New Year | Cities | 20th September 2021 | Virtual Wire

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How would you answer this question: What is the only holiday celebrated by people all over the world, regardless of religion, language, or race? Of course, New Year! New Year is a holiday that everyone, from children to adults, loves and wants to celebrate.

Live wherever you live in the world, the New Year is greeted with great enthusiasm and joy everywhere. As New Year's Eve approaches, people go shopping and receive various gifts that will be remembered by their families, friends, and relatives for years to come, making them happy and smiling. One of the most popular aspects of the holiday is the decoration of houses. Decorating a pine tree with colourful toys and lights and placing gifts next to it is a favourite tradition of everyone, especially children.

However, on this holiday, not only houses but all streets, cities, in short, all countries are decorated in a festive atmosphere. Not to mention the New Year's table decorations! No matter how much you love to travel on this holiday and celebrate the New Year in other countries, one of the unwritten rules is to sit at the table with your family and celebrate the New Year together. In particular, Christians must gather with their families on Christmas Day, December 25.

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On this day, everyone gives gifts to each other, family and relatives gather together. They decorate their tables with a variety of delicious dishes, especially turkey, which is a special dish of this holiday. Since this is not a tradition in Muslim countries or countries with a large Muslim population, the main day for them is December 31, and luxurious dinners are prepared on that day.

What if you want to travel to another after the New Year with your family? Do you know in which countries of the world the most interesting and entertaining New Year is celebrated? If you are also interested in the answers to these questions and you want to change something and bring into your life interesting moments and full of memories that you will never forget, then you should read this list.

1. Sydney, Australia

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When we think of the magnificent New Year's festivities, the first thing that comes to mind is Sydney, the capital of Australia. Another continent, another country, another city! This city is the first major international city to celebrate the New Year, and if you want to be one of the first people in the world to enter the New Year, then you must go to this city.

It is also one of the few countries that, unlike many countries, celebrate the New Year in the summer, on the beaches, swimming in the ocean with a Santa hat on their heads. This is a place you must go to if you want to make a difference. The main fireworks display takes place in Sydney Harbor in conjunction with the Sydney Opera House and the Harbor Bridge and creates a spectacular view.

This fireworks display lasts for 12 minutes, representing 12 months of the year. Sydney is hosting one of the largest New Year's Eve parties in the world, attended by more than a million people. As you can see, all eyes are on Sydney in the New Year! Therefore, if you plan to celebrate your next New Year here, you must start preparations months in advance, buy tickets and decide where to stay.

2. Moscow, Russia

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Moscow, the capital of Russia, has become the most visited city in the New Year, the city of fairy tales! If you want to see a New Year that you have never seen before, then this city is for you. The city is so beautifully decorated as if this is the city that is always told to us in fairy tales! New Year is the time when the city of Moscow is covered with a blanket of snow, and therefore the place is often called "Winter Wonderland".

Here you can spend one of the coldest New Year in your life. Historic Red Square presents one of the most visually appealing shows for New Year's Eve fireworks. Not to mention the magnificent and luxurious view of the churches decorated with lights!