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Europe New Years Eve 2015

Fireworks, Events, Webcams, Parties, Hotels, Restaurants, Concerts

31 December 2014

London new years eve fireworks
BY MARTIN KERRIGAN

Europe has such a diverse range of cultures, customs and languages that it is rare to find a festival or event that is celebrated uniformly across the continent, but in New Year's Eve we have one such occasion. The local venues may deploy variations on the theme, but in general terms you're going to have food, drink, music, dancing and of course fireworks!

With so many big cities in a relatively small area it's difficult to decide exactly where to go for your European new year party experience so we hop the guides on these pages help - it's by no means an exhastive list but we've tired to cover the biggest/most popular locations.

To help get you started, here's what new year's eve is known as locally in some of the biggest countries of Europe:

France - la Saint-Sylvestre

Germany - Silvester

Spain - Nochevieja or Fin de Ano

Italy - Vigilia di Capodanno or Notte di San Silvestro

Czech Republic - Silvestr

Belgium - Sint Sylvester Vooravond

Hungary - Szilveszter

Netherlands - Oud en Nieuw or Oudejaarsavond

Poland - Sylwester

Romania - Revelion

Fireworks, Events and Parties

GMT+4

Moscow

GMT+1

Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Florence, Frankfurt, Madrid, Milan, Munich, Paris, Prague, Rome, Venice, Verona, Vienna, Zurich

GMT+0

Dublin, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds, London, Manchester, Newcastle

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