New Years Eve 2014 in Denmark
Let’s Celebrate NYE New Years Eve 2014 in Denmark
The people of Denmark take their New Years Eve celebrations serious with much merrymaking and lots of fun. Denmark has a wide variety of celebrations to take in the variety of traditions and cultures related to the country. In this way, Denmark can produce even more fun into the celebrations while protecting their heritage and culture for future generations. Most Denmark families take a lot of interest in New Years Eve celebrations by spending time with family, close friends or gathering to enjoy food and champagne. Some customary foods enjoyed by people of Denmark include marzipan ring cakes, cod and other Danish dishes.
Celebration of New Years Eve 2014 in Denmark
In Copenhagen, Denmark at the December 31st midnight Mass, people gather in concert in the open area of Amalienborg, the Royal Palace to celebrate the coming new year. People gather to await the town clock to strike midnight, then the fireworks are lit, the celebrations begin and the event is also broadcast on TV to other parts of Denmark. The dazzling display of fireworks with their rockets and noisy bangs filling the night sky with beautiful and colorful lights, the New Years Eve celebrations also commemorate the special ties with family and friends while enjoying delicious foods after which stacks of busted dishes are thrown onto the door as a symbol of good kismet and destiny.
Many hotels offer a wide variety of facilities and accommodations during the New Years Eve celebrations that include lots of activities and cultural events. For visitors who love fireworks, there are five days of fireworks that begin the day after Christmas as well as many other holiday events
Happy New Years Eve 2014 in Denmark