Danish New Year
Danish new year is popular all over the world for its immense number of increasing tourist population during new year. Denmark celebrates new year on January 1 according to the Gregorian calendar with great zeal and zest. Demark is known for its grand modern day social parties and events. Various carnivals as well as grand live shows are also organized during the new year week. Danish new year is marked by its new year parties that can be seen almost all across the city.
Every hotel, restaurant, nightclub is booked during the new year months earlier to new year week and parties normally begin on the 31st December evening and go on till the early morning time of the new year. Throng of people come and party the whole night with friends and family, having a blast, throwing away all the previous year worries and welcoming the new year with bliss and joy. When planning to visit Denmark on new years, make sure to prepare the list of all the city attractions, special event and shows to not miss any exciting opportunity in demark.
There is everything for everyone in Denmark. From the traditional dishes to the fun activities and live shows especially on new years, you can enjoy every bit of it to make your new year special and exciting. The traditional new year dishes of Denmark include boiled cod, stewed kale, and pork.
Serving these dishes on new years is considered to confer good luck, prosperity and happiness in the coming new years. Denmark is a home to party lovers but many people residing in Denmark prefer to entertain guests at their home due to heavy winters. With new year arriving once in a year, everyone puts their level best to make their new year one of the most memorable ones for them and their loved ones.
New Year Eve in Denmark
New year eve in Denmark marks the beginning of a new start, fresh thoughts and resolutions to fulfill and complete the desired goals and targets in the upcoming year. When it comes to parties and social get together, almost every small and big city of Denmark hosts the biggest parties of the year especially on new years. These parties usually begin by December 31st evening and go on till the January 1 morning. People in Denmark look for an excuse to party and as soon as new year arrives, they are all set to rock the dance floors and enjoy in the welcome of a new year.