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  • Top 5 New Year’s Eve parties to watch out for in 2011



    There are less than three months left until New Year’s Eve, but many would-be travelers have already started planning for their end of year getaway. There will be no shortage of cool parties to attend in 2011, but if you don’t want to spend the New Years at home and you feel like traveling somewhere to drink your champagne and count down, it’s never too soon to start thinking about where you want to go.

    Choosing a destination as early as now is not a bad idea, considering that you might find some dirt cheap deals that will make the New Year’s party so much easier on your wallet. So here are the top 5 New Year’s Even parties to watch out for in 2011.

    Montreal, Canada

    The cultural capital of Quebec is a great destination for New Years, because it has quite a reputation for organizing some truly amazing parties. The hip and fashionable crow of Montreal can choose from a wide range of nightclubs that offer special New Year’s Even events, themed parties and dances,  and you can even book tickets for them online here.

    New York, US

    New York is one of the most diverse and glamorous cities on the planet, so of course you can expect some great parties in the Big Apple. You can go out and party outside in the Times Square or visit several venues in the same night.

    You can buy all access party passes for the downtown area, Meatpacking district or the Times Square, so you can be sure to have things to do until the early hours of the morning. You can book passes here.

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    Count down the last minutes of 2011 is a fiery nightclubs in Rio, while sipping a fruity drink, or if you want to avoid closed spaces you can stay outside on a beach for the countdown – Copacabana has spectacular fireworks that last for 20 minutes, lots of dancing and music. Since New Year’s Eve is a pretty big deal in Brazil, you can expect many hotels to start advertising their NY packages soon.

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Prague’s New Year’s Eve tends to be quite wild, with huge firework displays over the castle and the Vltava River, as well as hand-held fireworks brought by the revelers. The parties go on in Wenceslas square and other parts of the city until the next morning, but if you don’t want to mingle with the crowds, you can spend the night on a lavish cruise on the Vltava.

    Reykjavik, Iceland

    In Iceland, New Year’s Eve is one of the longest and darkest nights of the year – daylight lasts for a scant four hours, and the rest of the day is dedicated to celebrations.

    Typically, people would start with a church mass early in the evening, and then have a meal with friends and family, but afterwards the party truly starts on the street of Reykjavik around bonfires and with fireworks.




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