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Where to go for New Year's Eve with family

Where to go for New Year's Eve with family

New Year's Eve and the next few days off for him - this is an excellent opportunity to arrange a little vacation for you and your family.

You can have a great time in Russia, and in one of the European countries where this festival is celebrated on a grand scale.



During the holidays, you can visitRussian capital. Here you will expect a children's Christmas tree in the Kremlin, as well as many pop stars in major shopping malls and stadiums. A colorful illuminations in the streets will please both kids and adults alike. Himself Muscovites same for a couple of days is to go to the northern capital on a horse sleigh ride and visit on New Year's representation in this palace.


New Year holidays for the whole family can spendin Finland. Children certainly appreciate the trip to the Joulupukki living in a residence with his wife, elves and reindeer. Guests can not only meet with the Christmas spirit, but also located here to visit Santa Park and admire the ice sculptures. Adults may also be a good time skiing or quad, as well as the famous Finnish sauna.


A trip to the New Year in Paris, will enjoythe whole family. In adults, this city, is usually associated with romance and ancient sites in children the same - to Disneyland. Properly allocating the time you plan to spend in this wonderful city, you will be able to ride the rides and get acquainted with their favorite cartoon characters, admire Paris from the Eiffel Tower, stroll along the Champs Elysees and drop into Notre Dame.


It will be interesting New Year's Eve in Lithuania. At this time, there are numerous carnivals and theatrical performances. Faced with dressed fairy tales characters can be on the street, that surely will delight children. At this time, the entire Lithuania sparkling lights Christmas garlands decorated with bright toys Christmas tree can be seen at every step, and the squares are large Christmas markets.

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