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New Year’s Eve 2013 in Madrid


New Year’s Eve Parties 2013 in Madrid

New Year’s Eve 2013 in Madrid are celebrated with traditional Spanish flare in homes, streets, restaurants, bars, clubs, and Madrid hotels. The holiday is also celebrate in grand style in other cities such as Barcelona and Seville, but none of the celebrations are so great like those on New Years parties in Madrid.

Madrid is the capital of Spain. The New Year’s Eve 2013 in Madrid hosts some of the biggest and wildest parties on the Iberian Peninsula. If you have the opportunity, go to Madrid and enjoy New Year Eve 2013, you will not be disappointed. People gather together to celebrate the NYE with a glass of Cava (Spanish champagne), they dance and listen to music, as they kiss the old year goodbye and enthusiastically greet a new one.

New Years Eve in Madrid

In many clubs and restaurants, for around 40 to 60 Euros, you are able to purchase reservations to a fine restaurant that includes dinner, drinks, and a midnight toast. For a spectacular New Year’s Eve 2013 in Madrid consider heading to the Puerta del Sol or the Plaza Santa Ana where you will find a range of establishments celebrating the occasion. Places like Hotel Catalonia Las Cortes and other such fine hotels and resorts. are also a good option for people looking to celebrate the New Year in luxurious surroundings in Madrid.

In Madrid New Year, you will need twelve grapes. The grapes are an important part of the Madrid New Year tradition and all Spain. At the stroke of midnight you eat each of the twelve grapes for each stroke of the clock. This is an interesting tradition that is not unique to Spain. The new years eve in Madrid  is a truly pleasurable and distinctive experience, with this charming tradition and the relaxed and romantic general atmosphere. There are many New Year’s parties in Madrid, so one is for sure the perfect for your ideal New Years Eve celebration 2013.


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