New Year's Eve may be just around the corner but it is never too early to prepare for your next year's event. Here are some of the best New Year's Eve destinations in America for 2017.
New Orleans has its own exciting traditions throughout the year but their New Year celebration is a bit more fun. According to Travel and Leisure, this Crescent City offers the best cocktails, friendly and welcoming neighborhood joints and great singles scene. Even if you are not keen on partying, it is also a great spot for people watching. With its fun music and good times, it is an ideal location for many travelers to enjoy their turning of the year.
Travelers can drown themselves in the fused culture in this delightful French Quarter. Party always starts early on the famous Bourbon Street strip that will surely make you much in the mood long before the clock strikes twelve.
Honolulu is not only a great place to escape that winter cold but it offers a great spot to enjoy fireworks in its clear night sky. Travelers often travel to this unassuming paradisiacal island to enjoy their New Year vacation. Being number two in the top ranks of family-friendly destination, it is great for the family too. So if you want to enjoy the most relaxing and fun vacation for your family, this is definitely the spot for you. You can enjoy fireworks in the night sky over both Aloha Tower Market Place and Waikiki Beach every December 31.
New York has always been a fan favorite when it comes to holiday vacations. With its numerous NYC holiday activities, it is no wonder people tend to magnet to this area whenever they have the option to spend Christmas or New Year elsewhere. According to Skyscanner, they are notably known as the international capital of the New Year. Their main attraction would be the ball dropping in Time Square during the New Year's countdown. With its numerous street parties, marvelous fireworks show and all-around great crowd holiday atmosphere, there is nothing that would compare to spending New Year in New York.
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