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The 10 Best Destinations To Celebrate New Year’s Eve

The 10 Best Destinations To Celebrate New Year’s Eve

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Christmas is a date with great importance for the whole family and the loved ones. But New Year’s Eve is also a precious day, as families and friends reunite to celebrate an exciting new beginning. And there’s no better way to welcome a new year than by traveling to an exciting and new destination. A holiday trip, either with family or friends, can be a great opportunity to breathe new air, recharge, and enjoy the happy atmosphere that takes place all over the world.

Across the globe, there are several different events that celebrate New Year so, in case you’re still deciding on where to go, there is a showcase of destinations to choose from. For a cosmopolitan holiday surrounded by skyscrapers, museums, and hype restaurants, go to New York and watch the ball drop in Times Square on New Year’s eve. For some relaxed time around nature, ring in the new year by spending a few days in Thailand, where you stay at a wellness boutique hotel in front of the ocean. The options are endless.

With the cancellation of most New Year’s Eve parties across the world, a good idea is to opt for a staycation in a nearby city, or travel internationally (if you can) and rent a cozy vacation home in your destination of choice. That way you can host a dinner party with a few close people, open a bottle of champagne, and watch the fireworks display online. You can also use the ideas from this list to plan a New Year trip for the upcoming years!

For you to experience the most memorable New Year’s Eve in 2020 or in a near future, we’ve gathered the top travel destinations where you can see spectacular fireworks, light shows, and a great deal of fun to ring in the year with a bang.

Note: Make sure to double-check COVID 19 precautions, protocols, and operating hours before you visit any of these sites.

Best New Year Destinations Around the World

Berlin, Germany

Fireworks over Berliner Cathedral in Berlin, Germany.

Take advantage of the holidays and go to Berlin for a trip filled with culture, art, and good beer. The city is known for hosting an annual New Year’s Eve Party Between the Brandenburg Gate and the Victory Column. This superb and huge open-air party brings together live music, DJs, and an amazing fireworks display at midnight, and attracts hundreds of people. However, due to the current situation, this year the celebration will happen with no audience and it will be broadcasted online. Other famous parties in Berlin will also take place this year with a Corona-compliant concept. The Spreespeicher party, for instance, will take place in the waterfront open-air Spree Terrace but, contrary to previous years, it will be a more intimate and cozy celebration. Guests will be placed in three separate rooms, and groups can stay together as long as they hold the same ticket category.

After a night of celebration, which can happen either at a party or at dinner at your vacation rental in Berlin, a great idea is to take a tour around the city and cure the hangover by trying some of the most delicious German must-eats.

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Koh Phangan, Thailand

Full Moon Party in Koh Panghan, Thailand.

New Year’s Eve Celebrations in Thailand became famous because of the iconic Full Moon Party. This iconic celebration is an all-night beach party that originated in 1985, taking place every year on the night, before, or after every full moon. Well, if your idea is to spend the last night of the year surrounded by madness in the company of your friends, this is your place. As soon as the sun sets the party starts at Sunrise Beach and it does not end until … until one wants to. You can even start the first dawn of the year with a good dip on the beach while watching the sunrise. It sounds good, right? This iconic celebration is an all-night beach party that originated in 1985, taking place every year on the night, before, or after every full moon. Due to the pandemic, the party has been canceled, but you can still put this celebration on top of your bucket list for your next Southeast Asia trip.

This year, why not go for something more chill, and maybe try going on a yoga retreat in Thailand? Surrounded by natural features, such as forested hills and pristine beaches, the country is an authentic health and wellness retreat. So, a great idea for the New Year 2020 is to replace crowded spaces and celebrations with more secluded destinations, where you can indulge in some outdoor activities, be around nature, and recharge. That way you can still celebrate the New Year, but respecting the social distancing and keeping yourself safe.

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New York City, United States

New Year's Eve celebration at the Times Square, in New York City.

Aside from being one of the most amazing cities for a Christmas holiday, New York also happens to be one of the best places to celebrate New Year’s Eve. During the winter, New York gets even more dazzling, and the city sparkles with a slew of holiday lights, which create the perfect environment for some celebration time.

A typical New Year celebration in New York usually involves heading over to the famous Times Square for the countdown and fireworks. This iconic celebration brings together thousands of people from all around the world, but this year New York will ring 2021 in a different way. To ensure everyone’s safety, the popular Times Square New Year’s Eve celebration will go online. The famous New Year’s Ball Drop in Times Square will still happen at the exact same time as the previous year, but people will have to watch it online.

So, in case you’re planning to go to New York City to celebrate New Year, no need to be upset. You can still enjoy the city’s skyscrapers and amazing holiday attractions, such as the ice rink at Rockefeller Center. You can spend New Year by having dinner with loved ones at your vacation rental in New York. Just grab a bottle of Champagne and tun in to watch the Times Square countdown and you’re good to go!

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Sydney, Australia

Aside from the party in Times Square, the fireworks show in Sydney, Australia, is probably the most famous New Years Eve celebration in the world. This huge event happens Is held every year on the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and it features two amazing fireworks displays: the 9 pm Family Fireworks and the Midnight Fireworks. Both of them are televised nationally, and Midnight Fireworks is televised globally. Each year, a new theme for the event is chosen and is usually viewed by more than one million people surrounding the area of the harbor and one billion worldwide for the Midnight Fireworks. A great idea is to celebrate New Year in Sydney by taking a boat tour while you enjoy the fireworks with the famous Opera House as a backdrop.

This year, the 9 pm Family Fireworks Show has been canceled, but there will still be a small fireworks display from the Sydney Harbour Bridge at midnight. The celebration will be televised live on the ABC channel, and you can tune in to watch it while celebrating the New Year with close friends and family.

After you celebrate the New Year in Sydney, why not take a road trip to explore the most charming small towns in Australia? This will surely kick off your 2021 the right way!

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

New Years Eve fireworks at Copacabana beach, in Rio de Janeiro.

Get ready for a very tropical New Year, because Rio de Janeiro will provide you with the ultimate summer holiday. At the end of each year, this vibrant and bustling city gets even more festive thanks to it’s traditional New Year’s Eve Celebration in Copacabana Beach. The event, which is the biggest New Years Eve party in the world, actually started in the ’80s as a religious celebration, which gathered only the people who lived nearby in the area. But the party became extremely popular, and now it brings together around 3 million people from all around the world. Aside from a spectacular and colorful fireworks display that takes about 18 minutes, the party at Copacabana also features live music.

During the New Year in Brazil, it’s common for people to wear white, in order to bring good luck. And one of the most famous traditions all across the country is for people to “jump the 7 waves”. On midnight, they go to the ocean and literally jump 7 waves in order to bring good luck for the next year.

This year, Rio de Janeiro canceled the New Years Eve festivities, and a virtual celebration is being planned. But, if you decide to spend New Year in Rio de Janeiro, you can still enjoy the local beaches, and have a private dinner with close people to ring in the New Year. Boasting warm tropical weather at any time of year, the city is one of the most Instagrammable places in the world to visit during the summer.

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Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town hosts a myriad of fun events to celebrate New Year. The most famous one is the New Years Eve 2021 at the V&A Waterfront Cape Town, which also happens to be the biggest New Year’s Eve party in South Africa. Located in South Africa’s oldest working Harbor, on the Atlantic shore, the Victoria & Alfred (V&A) Waterfront is a 123 hectares complex developed for mixed-used, harboring both residential and commercial buildings. The event features several outdoor entertainment areas, aside from carnival-themed shows, and light installations, from 6 pm to midnight.

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New Orleans, United States

Fireworks in New Orleans, Louisiana.

In case you’re planning to travel with a group of friends, New Orleans, Louisiana, is definitely one of the best places to spend the New Year, as it’s filled with street parties, live music, and plenty of fun activities for you to have a good time.

One of the most famous New Years Eve celebrations in New Orleans, Louisiana, is the Bourbon Street Party. Located in the heart of the French Quarter of New Orleans, Bourbon Street is a historic area and well-known for having a showcase of bars and strip clubs. On New Years Eve, this iconic street gets filled with excitement, featuring nonstop parties at the local bars, fireworks, and a midnight champagne toast.

Another well-known party in New Orleans is the Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, at Jackson Square. This huge, free party is open to all and features fireworks, live music performances, and the iconic “fleur-de-lis-drop”, which is the New Orleans version of the Times Square Ball Drop. Definitely a more family-friendly option than the Bourbon Street Party.

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Queenstown, New Zealand

Firworks over the Lake Wakapitu, in Queenstown, New Zealand.

New Zealand is not only one of the best destinations for outdoor lovers and adrenaline seekers. The country is also one of the best places to spend the new year. So, in case you chose New Zealand as your destination, you might wanna consider bringing in the new year in Queenstown. The city is located on the shores of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu, and it’s a famed spot for adventure sports such as bungee jumping and jet-boating.

Offering some of the best views of Lake Wakapitu and the surrounding snowy mountains, this resort city hosts a handful of pub crawls during New Years eve.

For a more family friendly experience, you can head over to the Marine Parade and watch the fireworks over Queenstown Bay, or to Earnslaw Park, which hosts an annual party with live music, food trucks and fireworks.

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Paris, France

The Sacre Coeur church with fireworks, during the New Year in Paris, France

Paris is always a good idea. A perfect destination at any time of year, the City of Lights also happens to be one of the best places to ring in the new year. During the holiday season, Paris is even more beautiful, as it gets filled with themed decorations and even more dazzling lights. A true winter wonderland, the city usually hosts a series of parties, dinner cruises, cabaret shows, and many other fun events on New Year’s eve.

Starting at around 900 pm on New Years Eve, people usually head over to the Champs Elysée for the famous countdown and a gorgeous light show Along the way to Champs Elysée, you’ll be able to marvel at the Eiffel Tower, which is a true sight to be seen.

After ringing in the new year, make sure the party continues by popping some authentic French Champagne with a stunning view of the Eiffel tower.

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Las Vegas, United States

Fireworks at the Sunset Strip, in Las Vegas.

The New Year’s Eve fireworks display at Sunset Strip is one of the most iconic New Years celebrations in Las Vegas. Lasting up to eight minutes, the fireworks spectacle has been a staple event in Sin City for years and, in January 2020, more than 80,000 colorful fireworks illuminated the Strip during the New Years Eve celebration in Las Vegas.

A true bucket-list New Year destination, Las Vegas attracts visitors from all over the world during the holiday season thanks to it’s lively atmosphere all year round. Unfortunately, this year Las Vegas won’t be ringin in the New Year with it’s traditional fireworks spectacle due the pandemic. But the city, which is definitely one of the best places to celebrate this special occasion, is still expected to host minor events and parties, especially in the casinos and hotels.

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Of course, there are thousands of destinations to spend New Years Eve. Luckily for you, we can offer you the best accommodation in each place, so wherever you are, you’ll always feel at home.

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13 Summer Traditions and Festivals You Need to Know About

13 Summer Traditions and Festivals You Need to Know About

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The summertime not only brings warmer weather and beach days, but also festivals and celebrations held around the world. People gather far and wide within their own countries and internationally to enjoy several summer traditions that cannot be beaten. While this year’s celebrations may look a little different, there is always time to plan to attend these global events next year. From barbecues and bonfires to races and celebrating the summer solstice, these are the 13 summer traditions and festivals you need to know about.

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Dragon Boat Festival, China | June 25

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China’s famous dragon boat racing.

The Chinese calendar is filled with fun celebrations throughout the year. One of the most exciting traditions held annually in China is the Dragon Boat Festival. This festival has been celebrated for over 2,000 years and was even added to the UNESCO World Intangible Cultural Heritage list in 2009. Also as of 2008, the Dragon Boat Festival is a public holiday in China. The festival commemorates the life and death of Qu Yuan, a famous Chinese scholar. A key part of the festival is the famous dragon boat races. These boats can be anywhere from 40 to 100 feet long and sit 80 rowers. The races symbolize bringing the dragons to life and laying them to rest after the race finishes. While the festival’s date changes yearly it is mainly held between the end of May to the end of June.

Pride Parade, United States | June

March in the Pride parades in the major cities of the United States.

For over 50 years in the United States, Pride festivities celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and is one of the most popular and fun summer traditions. The first-ever Pride took place in New York City on June 28, 1970, one year after the Stonewall uprising. Since then, cities throughout the North American country fill the street with rainbow colors, parades, floats, and music to spread love, compassion, and kindness throughout the community. The biggest Pride festival is still in NYC every year and attracts millions of people from all communities to spread love and awareness. Other notable cities with large Pride events include Denver, Colorado, San Francisco, California, and Washington D.C. A memorable experience if you’re in the US during the summer!

Summer Solstice, Europe | June 20

Bonfires are a major part of summer solstice celebrations.

Who doesn’t love to celebrate the longest day of summer? Occurring between June 20 to June 22, the summer solstice marks the day when the sun is at its highest point creating the longest day of sunlight in the Northern Hemisphere. Countries in Scandanavia celebrate the holiday with large bonfires on the beach. In fact, the first largest bonfire record was a result of a summer solstice celebration in Norway in 2016. Many people travel far and wide to visit Stonehenge in Salisbury, England to admire this World Heritage Site during the summer solstice, in June. Celebrants can watch the solstice via a virtual tour on the Stonehenge website.

Independence Day, United States |4th of July

The United State’s Independence Day is the 4th of July. Americans spend the day enjoying barbecues, bonfires, and red, white, and blue colors decorating absolutely everything. This is of course to match the American flag. On July 4, 1776, all thirteen American colonies signed the Declaration of Independence which gave the US freedom from under British rule. Many 4th of July summer traditions include parades throughout the country, a day at the beach, and firework shows in every city. Pro tip! Many coastal cities and lake cities light their fireworks in the water so that spectators can watch them from the beach and shore. It is a spectacular day of celebration and joy.

Looking for tips on how to safely celebrate this year? You can experience it by watching the fireworks from your home or taking a virtual tour of a national monument. To celebrate together with your loved ones, why not and host a fun small BBQ with close friends and family? You can keep on the 4th of July and it’s summer traditions alive, right from home.

Bastille Day, France | July 14

Otherwise known as Bastille Day the French National Holiday, La Fête Nationale is celebrated every 14th of July. It is very similar to the United State’s 4th of July in tradition and celebration. This holiday marks the turning point in the French Revolution on July 14, 1789, which united the French people after fighting against the monarchy. The streets of France fill with proud French citizens as fireworks illuminate the Eiffel Tower. One of the main parts of the summer event is the military procession that goes down the long Champs-Élysées.

Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival, Tokyo | Last Saturday in July

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Enjoy the fireworks at Japan’s Sumidagawa Festival.

If you are in Tokyo on the last Saturday in July, attend the annual Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival. Traditionally, fireworks a part of festivals for the dead to celebrate and commemorate the lives lost during the crisis during 1732. The festival then began in 1733, however it did not become an annual event until 1978. The firework festival brings the city to life under the shimmering colors. Summertime and fireworks go hand in hand.

Hajj Pilgrimage, Saudi Arabia | July to August

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The beautiful gathering celebration at Mecca.

Every year during the last lunar month of the Islamic calendar, Muslim people from all corners of the world make the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Mecca is considered to be the holiest place in the Islamic religion. The pilgrimage can last from five to six days and is a mandatory religious duty for all adult Islamic people to do at least once in their lifetime. Between Saudi Arabian residents and international visitors, about 2.5 million people made the Hajj in 2019.

International Day of Friendship | July 30

Show your friends how much your care by celebrating the International Day of Friendship together on the 30th of July. This summer tradition offers friends the perfect opportunity to celebrate life, happiness, and kindness for their loved ones. Countries around the world celebrate this day on different dates, however, it typically falls sometime in July or the beginning of August. Although the concept of this day originates back to 1919, it officially became a holiday by the United Nations General Assembly in July 2011. Fun fact! Paraguay was the first country to officially celebrate the international day of friendship in 1958. The best way to honor the event is by booking a stay for you and your best pals on CuddlyNest. You can even make new summer traditions during your getaway.

Krishna Janmashtami, India | August 11

This Hindu holiday celebrates the birth of the eighth avatar of Vishnu, Krishna Janmashtami. It is one of India’s biggest and oldest holidays, due to Hindu tradition and teachings. The summer tradition includes two parts in which the Indian people build swings in their homes and place idols of the gods inside them, to then bathe them in milk, honey, and jewelry. Young boys also form a human pyramid to break a pot from 20-30 feet high. It is common for devotees of the celebration to dress their absolute best during the holiday and observe a day-long fast. While this an important festival in the Hindu religion, it is also a very proud day for all of India.

Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Scotland | August

Enjoy art, culture, and music at Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival.

Also known as Fringe for short, this annual summer festival in Scotland is one of its most popular events all year. It is the world’s largest art festival and can last as long as a little over three weeks. The whole event features more than 50,000 performances and shows in over 300 venues throughout the city of Edinburgh. They include circuses, cabarets, musicals, exhibitions, and more. Spend next summer soaking in all the art and culture Scotland has to offer at the Fringe Festival in August. Pro tip: If comedy is your thing, check out local bars and pubs for free stand-up comedy shows. You can enjoy the events without purchasing a ticket.

Yi Torch Festival, China | August

One of China’s largest and grandest events is the Yi Torch Festival in the Yunnan province. The date of the celebration is always in August, as it corresponds with the 24th to 27th of the sixth month in the lunar calendar. While the festival includes wrestling, contests, horse racing, and more, the main event is the lighting of the torch. Each family lights a torch and uses it to illuminate the corners of the room and fields. Tradition says that this drives away all bad luck and brings a successful harvest. Larger torches are also made for the city centers to ward off bad luck for the entire community. It is truly a summer tradition of fire and light.

Burning Man, United States | August

Explore Burning Man Festival in Nevada, USA.

Burning Man is a festival of art, self-expression, and creativity. Originating in 1986, it occurs every year in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. Tens of thousands of people attend this summer festival in the desert to collaborate, create, and share beautiful experiences together. Not only does this summer tradition include music and art, but also the building of an entire city. The art that is built at the event can include anything from sculptures to towers. At the end of every Burning Man festival, a large wood effigy symbolizing “the man” is burnt to the ground, as well as the rest of the event grounds. If you have the opportunity to experience Burning Man once in your lifetime, you will never forget it. 

La Tomatina, Spain | Last Wednesday of August

This Spanish festival is definitely one of the most fun celebrations around the world. On the last Wednesday of every August, over 20,000 people gather in Buñol, Spain, to celebrate La Tomatina. Hundreds of tomatoes are thrown at each other in the street in the Valencian town purely for entertainment and fun. This food fight, which is the biggest in the world, has been a tradition in the Buñol since 1945, and around 40 metric tonnes of tomatoes are used. Over the course of its tradition, the fight has been banned off and on, but that has never stopped Spaniards from participating in the event that brings them so much joy. Curious fact: La Tomatina is more than just tomatoes. The week prior to this summer festival is filled with fun events and activities, such as parades and paella contests!

Have you ever celebrated any of these summer traditions and festivals? Let us know which, so that we can help you plan a trip to experience even more events next summer.

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Best Eastern Europe Festivals to Attend

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You already attended at least some Europe festivals in the first months of summer? There is still August left to enjoy! Here we list the best music festivals in Eastern Europe in August 2019. While Eastern European events are generally more friendly to pocket, you can expect the line-ups being as diverse and interesting as their British isle and Western Europe counterparts. Let’s dive in!

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Sziget | Hungary

When? 7-13 August 2019

Music genres? Electronic dance music (EDM), indie, rock, pop, rap

Where? Budapest

Born out of the collapse of the Soviet Union and located on the island in the heart of Budapest, this festival features the best world-class musicians. Find your place to stay here or take a hammock with you to sleep between the concerts of your favourite artists!

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UNTOLD Festival | Romania

When? 1-4 August 2019

Music genres? Various pop, rock and EDM

Where?  Cluj-Napoca

Romania is famous for its wine, warmhearted welcomeness to guests and rose plantations. But what’s more, Romania is expanding with every year in its music scene, and Untold festival is no different. Hosted in the central park of Cluj Napoca, this festival sees 300,000 visitors yearly, and hosts one of the best dance music DJ’s in the world.

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Defected | Croatia 

When?  8-13 August 2019

Music genres? House

Where?  Tisno

Defected is a boutique festival which has found its venue on the shores of Adriatic. Get yourself a tent, or grab a hammock to go to the house music festival!

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Sea Dance | Montenegro

When? 30 August – 1 September 2019

Music genres? Electronic dance music (EDM), electronic, house techno

Where? Budva

Montenegro is famous for its yet undiscovered nature with mountains and beautiful coastal area. Dance and house will shake you up, and Buljarica Beach will treat you well.

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When? 15 – 18 August 2019

Music genres?  Drum’n’bass, hip-hop, indie, soul and punk

Where? Teleki

Awake is a boutique festival in Romania. The rural baroque castle Teleki Estate homes dancers and music lovers from all over Europe, and with a good reason. Not only the festival offers music, but also enhances the experience with interactive theatre and cinema, a forest library, talks from the “feed your mind” and wellness activities.

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When? 23-24 August 2019

Music genres? Reggae, dancehall, ska, latino, hip-hop, jungle and drum’n’bass

Extras: half-pipe, yoga, capoeira (Afro-Brazilian martial art), dance workshops, street art, Jamaican food

Where? Bratislava

Slovak festivals marking the anniversary of the second world war resistance movement, the Slovak National Uprising of 1944 is held in a laid-back atmosphere by the natural park with a lake. Take it slow and breathe in – the dance workshops, yoga and other activities will sum up your summer in a relaxing way.

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Top 5 Summer parties

Top 5 Summer parties

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Summer is already here, that means beach, vacation and lots of fun. When it comes to the latter, there are some destinations and dates specifically designed for those hard-core partygoers who are always willing to move to get the best that good weather brings with it.

From Cuddlynest, we will give you 5 options that you should cross off your list of things to do.

1. Ibiza

The fate of the party and the chaos of excellence. This small island located in the Balearic archipelago (Spain), is widely known for its nightclubs and endless parties. During the day you can not miss Sa Trinxa and the Jockey Club, where you can enjoy the good vibes of the beach and music as a warm-up for the night session.

For the darkest hours, there are many options: Pacha, Amnesia, Space or Privilege. We all know that the hard part is getting up the next day. Therefore, the best option is to go to Ushuaia, in Playa d’en Bossa, the ideal place to spend those mornings somewhat complicated after a night of fun and some excesses.

2. Full Moon Party

Actually, this is a festival that is celebrated every month during the full moon on the island of Ko Pha Ngan in Thailand. It all started in 1985 when a group of backpackers began to gather there to celebrate the full moon. From that moment on, the party became known worldwide. Now, different scenarios are installed on the beach, you can participate in various activities (like jumping a rope of fire or jump down inflatable slides), and is the meeting place of millions of solo travelers willing to spend an unforgettable night.

3. La Tomatina

The war of tomatoes. This Spanish festival is celebrated in Valencia on the last Wednesday of August (this year is August 29). It is one of the most original, colorful, sticky, contagious and fun festivals in Spain: a clean tomatazo war.

The tradition began in 1945 when some young people started to fight in the town square of Buñol and had no hand to throw more than the vegetables from a nearby post gave rise to this vegetable battle. The following year, those same young people met again to repeat the feat, but the police intervened and the battle was forbidden. After a few years, the town of Buñol organized a march called “the tomato burial”, in which the whole village dressed in mourning and walked the streets carrying a coffin with a tomato inside while they cried and sang funeral songs in the streets.

This procession was so successful that the ban was lifted and since then it is a party that has given much to talk about internationally and has even been the scene of films and television series.

4. San Fermines

Following the crazy Spanish parties, who have not heard of this famous tradition in which bulls run through the streets of Pamplona? Seven days of celebration, madness, and calimocho (wine mixed with Coke, the most typical drink of Pamplona).

Something that few people know is that the party does not start on July 7 as the famous song says, the chupinazo (the beginning of the festivities), takes place on July 6 and it is one of the best days to be present, as it’s not so crowded and is when the city’s peñas come together in the town square to enjoy a hearty breakfast that replaces the coffee with the famous beverage mentioned above.

5. Boat Party in Gili Trawangan

There is no specific date for this event. In fact, you can enjoy it throughout the year. Known as the Party island of Bali, it is a must stop for those who are in Indonesia. Remember: save yourself one day to spend it on a boat party, you will not regret it.

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