4 Places to Spend New Year’s Eve in London in 2017

Posted by on November 11, 2016

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Will you be spending New Year’s Eve in London are having a dilemma on how where to go? With a plethora of choices of places to go, finding the best spot to be as you welcome 2017 can be quite daunting.

1. Fireworks by the River Thames

There is nothing more spectacular than watching the fireworks on Thames. If you have only seen this on telly, this is the opportune time to see it in person and join thousands of other spectators. Be prepared to spend money and purchase the tickets well in advance since the number of people will be limited to prevent overcrowding. Also, do not forget to check on the Mayor’s website for further announcements.

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2. SushiSamba

Enjoy great food and a great time watching the fireworks from the 39th floor of Heron Tower in this fancy restaurant. For the New Year’s Eve celebration, SushiSamba will have a themed evening, the Reveillon. If you love to celebrate just like how the Brazilians in Rio de Jainero do, this is the place to be. Be donned in white and enjoy other revellers for a night of partying, dancing and dining.

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3. Steam & Rye and Bocconcino Mayfair

Wait for the countdown enjoying champagne, music and dancing in a Gatsby-themed party. Yes, get set for a nostalgic night and go back to the 1920s. Dance the Charleston, play games, watch floor shows and enjoy tea cocktails. Or perhaps, you can head off to Leicester Square and spend the NYE Countdown Party at Scarlet’s Bar.

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4. Piccadilly

Be part of the famous New Year’s Day Parade come rain or shine. This will commence at midday and will end in Parliament Square around 3:30 pm. With more than 8,000 people participating, such as marching bands and cheerleaders, is a memorable way to spend NYE in London.

Wherever place you decide to be while in London for a NYE party, you will definitely have a great time in the city.

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Photos by: Herry Lawford and Wikimedia

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