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The best places to ring in the New Year
10. Las Vegas
As if it wasn't hedonistic enough the rest of the year round, Sin City manages to step it up a notch for New Year's Eve, with its famous Boulevard turned into a giant pedestrianised zone for super-safe wandering.... & fireworks
Sydney-siders certainly know how to do justice to New Year's Eve, with all eyes on the Harbour Bridge come midnight
When the clock starts tick-tocking to midnight, join the rest of the hoards and head to one of the world's most famous streets, the Champs-Elysees, which really starts to fill up from 9pm onwards. Make sure you have a good view of the Eiffel Tower come 12 as the iconic landmark will be lit up with fireworks (as an FYI, New Year's Eve is called Saint Sylvestre in France).
Berliners head to the Brandenburg Gate to welcome in the New Year, where party people regularly top the million mark, and from which you can expect to see the 2,000-strong firework display. Go with the throng to the city's legendary 'Party Mile', Strasse des 17th Juni -- the street behind Brandenburg Gate --
6. Hong Kong
Start your NYE celebrations in Hong Kong with an early dinner, before pounding the pavement to get a great view of the fireworks over the world-famous Harbour come midnight.
5 .New Orleans
While Bourbon Street is where you'll find the tourists celebrating the New Year, savvy locals slip across to Frenchman Street for a more laidback boho vibe in this party-mad city.
One of the best European cities to spend NYE in, due to the fact you can walk (or stumble!) home easily without the need for a taxi. On the big night -- which the Dutch call Oudjaarsdag or Oudjaarsavond (Old Year's Day, or Old Year's Evening) -- head to Dam Square, Rembrandtplein, Nieuwmarkt and Leidseplein, where the bars will be filled with revellers. The firework displays can be somewhat haphazard, as there is a tradition for locals to bring their own and set them off in the squares, making for some fun, though slightly scary moments for the uninitiated.
There's nothing quite like New Year's in Vienna, where you'll find yourself swept along cobbled streets by the lively crowds. The best way to experience the decadent side of the city that Casanova once called home is by securing tickets to one of the many balls hosted on the big night, such as the glitzy event at the Hofburg Palace.
Hogmanay in Edinburgh hasn't achieved international acclaim for nothing, and it's one of the biggest and best street parties in the world (certainly one of the coldest!). The four-day celebration starts on December 29 with the Torchlight Procession from Parliament Square to Calton Hill, atop of which a Viking long ship is spectacularly burned; followed by plenty of family-style entertainment along George Street on the 30th. Street parties and concerts abound on the 31st, with revellers spilling out of the many bars, restaurants and cafés come midnight to celebrate on the street, wee dram in hand. Finally, on New Year's Day, a trip to catch the Loony Dook between 11am-1pm at the Moorings in South Queensferry is a must
1.Rio de Janeiro
As if this sizzling city needs another excuse to throw a metropolis-wide party! On New Year's Eve, it's all about hitting up Copacabana Beach, with plenty of revellers heading there on the morning of the 31st to spend the entire day and night celebrating. View the largest fireworks display in the world getting away from the cold of europe and north america. Dress up in traditional white and join the two million plus who flock to the sandy shores to thread their way between a multitude of impromptu beach bashes. Alternatively, catch the cable car up to the celebrations on Sugarloaf Mountain (advance ticket in hand, of course), for the annual, organised parties that are hosted there.
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