New Year’s Eve in Germany is celebrated with a mixture of animalistic and Germanic rituals and Christian beliefs. Loud noises drive ghosts and evil away and many different gestures bring luck and portend the future in the new year. If you planning or travelling in Germany, tell us where are you going to spend the new year’s eve.\n
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New Year’s Eve in Germany is celebrated with a mixture of animalistic and Germanic rituals and Christian beliefs. It is a celebration in the spirit of tradition. German squares, roads, restaurants, clubs and theaters will be crowded with locals and tourists alike, all ready to celebrate the new year.
The new year would be celebrated with a toast of Feuerzangenbowle, a traditional drink of some fraternities made with red wine, rum, orange peel, cinnamon and cloves. So if you are planning or travelling in Germany, let us help you in selecting the best place for the new year’s eve - Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt or Frankfurt Oder.