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How can you welcome in this New Year?

Author: pmcindoe  |  Category: Vacations
Published: November 23, 2008

With the Christmas festivities over and the imminent approach of work lurking in the background, it is no wonder people can feel a little deflated towards the end of the holidays. Indeed, with all the manic preparations yuletide brings, coupled with squabbling relatives, it can leave even the most Christmas-spirited person yearning for some rest and relaxation before another year begins.

Taking yourself off for an indulgent New Year break then, can be seen as the perfect solution. As it goes, there so many interesting places around the UK to visit, as well as some amazing festive activities to experience.

Take Edinburgh, for example. With hundreds of thousands of people flocking to the Scottish capital every year to experience Hogmanay, the city puts on a spectacular end of the year celebration. The street party is the most popular attraction, with four live stages boasting an array of music and entertainment.

There is also the Concert in the Gardens, which features some great musicians, as well as the opportunity to partake in some traditional Scottish revelry with the Glayva Ceilidh in the Gardens. The festivities culminate in an impressive fireworks display against the stunning backdrop of Edinburgh Castle, providing visitors with a truly unique start to the New Year.

Alternatively, you could head to the English capital to involve yourself in some serious partying. The Moondance is London’s biggest New Year’s event, which sees 60 DJs and MCs, in addition to 3,500 revellers convene to celebrate the end of the year in true London fashion.

For something a bit different, you could always head to the Bond Ball. Priding itself on offering guests a decadent night to remember, it is described as a ‘secret spy soiree’ which is akin to something out of a James Bond movie! However, make sure to book early enough for this popular even.

If you can think of nothing better than to switch off and indulge yourself, there are also a range of great spa breaks to find. In fact, why not escape the madness of city life by discovering a quiet hotel hidden away in the English countryside or the Scottish Highlands? Not only can you pamper yourself with a selection of beauty treatments designed to melt away any stress, but you can also go for romantic walks, soak up the charming scenery and enjoy cosy nights in the local pub, in front of a roaring fire.

But whatever you decide to do, there is a variety of New Year breaks to choose from. So, all you need do is decide whether you want to go out and party or simply kick back and let someone else do all the hard work for you!

Paul McIndoe writes for a digital marketing agency. This article has been commissioned by a client of said agency. This article is not designed to promote, but should be considered professional content.

Author: pmcindoe

Paul McIndoe writes for a digital marketing agency. This article has been commissioned by a client of said agency. This article is not designed to promote, but should be considered professional content.

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