Greeting the year 2020 should be done in a different way than what you usually do. This isn’t just some ordinary year that you cheer to. 2020 is literally the start of a new decade. If you’re done just drinking the night away and counting down the end of the year, then do something else. Visit one of the other places and countries that you haven’t and celebrate the New Year like how they do. You better do it fast, too. There is less than a month until 2020, after all.
Rio – WEAR WHITE!
In Rio, it’s always summer. You don’t have to suffer through the cold of winter wherever you live while you greet the year 2020. In Rio, you get to be on the beach with 2 million other people, having a huge party and drinking with the rest. And while it isn’t smart to wear white where there is likely booze and party people, doing so is tradition, in which it brings good luck for the rest of the year! Feel free to bandwagon along with the locals. It’s fun, anyway!
Cape Town – HAVE A THREE-DAY PARTY!
Now here is a place that doesn’t like to stop partying. In Cape Town, the partying, dancing and drinking doesn’t stop in the morning of January 1st. it lasts for 2-3 more days where you could continue on watching thousands of performers as they dance downtown. If you don’t want to go downtown, then head to the beach for a similar vibe.
Edinburgh – ENJOY THEIR INSANE STREET PARTY!
In Edinburgh, everyone parties like mad on the streets. From the locals to the big names, they would come down to the streets on New Year’s Eve where they would witness fireworks displays before dancing until the morn. It is known as the largest party in Scotland, with over eighty thousand people gathering on the streets. THAT’S why it’s insane.
Hong Kong – MARVEL AT THEIR SKYLINE
If you know where to go and which hotel to book for, then you might just be able to witness Hong Kong’s fireworks displays at their skyline. In which you could experience a luxurious sort of New Year’s party up in the sky with the other luxurious-looking people. You get to see dances and live performers too, which is a treat, for people like us who don’t really get out much.
Berlin – TRAVEL DOWN THEIR PARTY MILE
It’s called a Party Mile for a good reason. Here in Berlin, they have this long line of stalls, tents and music stages, about 2km long, where the entry is free. You get to eat, drink and enjoy at your own expense with the rest of the one million people that will attend there. this Party Mile is where the action happens so be prepared to spend money on drinking and eating as you watch free fireworks.