The year is flying by and a new year will be upon us quicker than you think! This week, we’re featuring some of Europe’s most impressive places to spend the New Year - how about seeing in 2013 in:
Over the past two decade Disneyland Paris has become a massive family favourite for thousands of Britons each year. Whatever the reason, Disney always go all out and New Year is no exception as the parks are decorated with over a million Christmas lights and magically transformed into a snowy winter wonderland. And, of course, there are all the thrilling rides, exciting parades and entertaining shows that you can always expect from Disneyland Paris. This massive celebration if all topped off by a magnificent fireworks extravaganza over Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Our four day New Year in Disneyland Paris break includes a one day Hopper ticket with the option to upgrade to both days in the parks.
Watch out Edinburgh, London might now be the UK’s place to be as the clocks strike twelve on New Year’s Eve. Join thousands of revellers marvelling at the massive firework display lighting up the skies above the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye. On New Year’s Day there’s also the impressive London New Year’s Parade that snakes through the city and fills the city with colour and sound.
It’s the daytime attractions that give London the edge. Spend your time looking around world-renowned museums, taking in iconic sights or shopping-til-you-drop. Plus. it never seems overcrowded as this is one place that’s used to huge numbers.
Our new improved New Year in London tour now includes two full days to take in the city and it’s New Year events.
Brussels might not immediately strike you as the ideal venue for New Year’s Eve but trust us, this city around the festive season is something special. The Grand Place is a magnificent place in which to relax and even more so when the thousands of Euro’s worth of fireworks are let loose above the impressive cityscape.
There’s also plenty of beautiful arhitecture, world-famous food and beer and the Christmas markets are still providing a festive atmosphere as they continue to sell fantastic local produce, such as handicrafts, decorations, hot food and gluhwein.
Enjoy four-star fun in a wonderful, cosmopolitan city on a Four Star New Year in Brussels short break that also offers an optional city tour and traditional Belgian meal.