New Year's Eve is about to arrive and as it is tradition we will prepare the grapes and cava as every year. But how do they celebrate New Years Eve in the rest European cities?
In Montsià rice we have compiled how people celebrate New Year's Eve in the main European capitals.
The capital of our neighbouring country celebrates New Year's Eve with live music at Praça do Comércio
. The Portuguese gather in the square and they enjoy dancing outdoors with a temperate climate. If you want to live a more lively night, on Madeira Island they launch fireworks that they have entered the Guinness World Records book.
Italy also believes that red lingerie brings good luck. In Rome, families and friends gather around a table,
enjoy Italian gastronomy and at midnight they serve the most typical dish of these dates: lentils and cotechino, a type of pork sausage.
One of the most common traditions in Belgium is to celebrate New Year's Eve with friends and family in one of the restaurants in the centre of the capital.
At midnight, they launch reworks and comply with the most characteristic tradition. Do you know which one? Kissing each other, during the last strike that welcomes the New Year, under mistletoe.
London is one of the most iconic cities to celebrate the New Year in Europe. If you decide to fly to London, you will enjoy its lights and Christmas decorations
. The most characteristic moment of the night is when Big Ben rings the last 12 seconds of the year and London is overwhelmed with fireworks.
The capital of love celebrates the entrance of the New Year with a light show, party and lots of joy. One of the most emblematic areas of Paris to live this night is the celebration at the Champs Elysees
, where you can accompany your evening with champagne, oysters and a touch of foie gras.
Wherever you are, for sure you are going to enjoy one of the most magical nights of the year