Saturday, November 6, 2010

New Years Eve in Paris

New Years Eve in Paris

Paris is one of the "Best Cities For New Years Eve Celebration"
Paris offers many ways to say 'Bonne Année for Parisians and tourists. New Year's Eve in Paris is unforgettable - from first-class restaurants with fantastic fireworks for a glass of champagne on the Champs-Elysees clubbing. The place celebration begin, the Champs-Elysees. Around 21.00 clock people start on the famous street at midnight and here you can the Eiffel Tower exploding to gather in a sparkling dance of light toast and Happy New Year with a glass of champagne Clock. The Sacre Coeur in Montmartre, one of the best views in Paris, is another fantastic place in the new year. With spectacular views of the entire skyline of Paris, at midnight, here are all the fireworks in Paris launched.

How to celebrate New Years Eve in Paris
Paris is a nice place to visit, but especially fun during the New Year's Eve celebration. In Paris and throughout France, they celebrate a holiday called "St. Sylvestre," is from January 1 to February 1 the one where people greet each other with "Bonne Année" and the best wishes and "Bises" or small kisses on the cheek every 1st January at midnight.

You can see the Champs-Elysees is that you are in the heart of the celebration. The celebration begins at 9 clock and people will bring bottle of champagne and glasses. You will see a great view of the famous Eiffel Tower from the site and mingle with locals and tourists alike. There are also many bars and clubs that are open to this area so that you hit the club with before or after midnight.

Watch a Paris cabaret
Paris is the home of cabaret, go to such a great place to see a cabaret show. Be sure that you are a cabaret show during New Year's. Moulin Rouge is one of the longest and includes dinner, dancing and show.

Moulin Rouge is also known as the oldest cabaret in Paris. Began in the early twentieth century by Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, Le Moulin Rouge was visited by famous singers, dancers, actors, and actresses like Ginger Rogers, Liza Minnelli and Frank Sinatra.

In addition to a great show, you can try to make decisions from a special menu just for New Year's Eve. These include foie gras, salmon, brie with truffles, grilled lamb, and Chestnut variations. It also comes with a vintage bottle of Pol Roger champagne per person. The meal begins at 9 clock and around midnight showing of a cotillion PARIS start until the early morning hours followed. The price for this particular event is not cheap at 570 euros per person, but it is a pleasure that is a very special time of year.

Have dinner at a Paris brasserie
Visiting a brasserie or a casual dining or dinner is a great and inexpensive way to get a good meal on New Year's have before the big feast. A large Brasserie L'Ardoise Paris. Their menu includes appetizers such as red tuna with ginger and basil, and ravioli of langoustine tartare marinated. Their main courses include beef Onglet with warm shallot coulis and served with shitake Saint Pierre and tarragon butter grilled. They also have a delicious selection of desserts, including the classic baba au rum, mascarpone cream with wild strawberry and red fruits, vanilla and crème brûlée.

Enjoy the fireworks and a spectacular view of Paris
If you are looking for a breathtaking view of the city of lights and you are on the Eiffel Tower, you can use the fireworks from the Sacre Coeur Cathedral Square in Montmartre. On a clear night you can see the entire skyline of Paris.

Other things you can do anywhere in the city are fun traditions that you can only find in Paris. Try one of their papillotte or chocolates or sweets, that all "pop" upon opening the box. You can at any store like a candy shop.

Surprisingly for many U.S. citizens are fireworks and firecrackers legal in Paris and can be purchased anywhere. You can connect many of the street parties where they are burning it off. As always with any fireworks, be careful.