Among canceled fireworks, virtual events, and no street parties, there are a few celebrations still happening.
New Year’s Eve
It’s time to get (and keep) your party hat on!
Don’t waste your time trying to find the best places in the world to celebrate New Year’s Eve. We’ve already done it.
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Ring in the New Year at one of North America’s best champagne bars.
Eating grapes, wearing polka dots, or burning scarecrows might be weird New Year’s Eve traditions to some, but centuries-old customs to others.
You can celebrate the holidays however you want.
Whether you’re dancing samba on the beaches of Rio’s Copacabana beach, or watching the fireworks over Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour, ushering in the New Year has never been so entertaining. Here are our picks for the world’s best New Year’s celebrations.