Discover some of the best destinations to spend New Year’s Eve in Europe. From Dublin to Budapest, check out these epic party places and celebrate the start of 2016 in style.
Kick off 2016 at the NYF Countdown Concert, with live music in superb Irish settings. This year the Coronas headline the celebrations with Fatboy Slim, Kila, Ryan Sheridan and more taking to the stage to give you a night you’ll never forget. On New Year’s Day check out Dublin’s famous Temple Bar for a pint of Guinness.
The English capital city has so much to offer on New Year’s Eve. Whether you want to dance the night away in some of London’s best nightclubs, or watch the outstanding firework display over the Thames, there is something for everyone in The Big Smoke.
Spend New Year’s Eve in the exotic city of Seville. For the biggest party on the Gulf coast, join the Good Time Gang at Seville Quarter. For a more relaxed evening, stroll through the historic streets and hop into a few restaurants for olive tasting and to try other delectable Spanish foods.
The best way to spend New Year’s Eve in Cork City would be to go on a pub crawl. Of course the difficult task would be to choose which ones. If you fancy a more traditional crawl, check out The Franciscan Well, The Oliver Plunkett, Mutton Lane and Fionnbarra’s. For a more bar vibe, head to BDSM, Reardens, Arthur Mayne’s, SUAS, Edison and Electric.
New Year’s Eve in Valencia is a massive, never-ending party. Many venues will host events and the crowds will gather on the Plaza de Auyntamento for the year’s biggest fireworks (which nearly trump London’s display) at midnight.
If festivals are your thing, check out Hungary’s biggest New Year’s Eve event, Instant, featuring 26 rooms, seven bars and seven stages. For a more chilled out scene, spend the evening in the heart of the Ancient city listening to live music in some of Budapest’s famous retro ‘ruin pubs’ filled with mis-matched furniture, strange artwork and fairy lights.
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