New Years in London
Rumors about the excessive severity and stiffness of the British turn out to be grossly exaggerated. Proof of this is New Year's Eve in London, which can be an amazing and memorable adventure of a lifetime..
Great Britain boasts many royal traditions that appeal to mere mortals as well. One of them is a Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square, which Queen Victoria ordered to dress up for the first time. It is this square that becomes the main meeting place for winter holidays. Londoners and guests of the English capital gather on New Year's Eve and sing songs, drink champagne, listen to the fight of Big Ben, make wishes and have fun in every possible way.
By the way, you can feel like a little monarch on an excursion to Kensington Palace. A Christmas opportunity to walk through the real royal chambers and take part in a palace party is a great New Year's surprise for both children and loved ones.
Great views of smart London await the lucky ones who book a stroll down the Thames. You can try to keep the unforgettable delight of traveling on an old boat with refreshments and champagne in your heart for many years by arranging a photo session against the backdrop of old mansions and sights of the English capital.
Another worthy entertainment for the New Year in London is ice skating on one of the city's many ice rinks. Sparkling ice, lively music, magnificent illumination and an excellent company of like-minded people will help you celebrate the holiday in the most elated mood.