Best Places to Celebrate the New Year

The over 100-year-old Ball Drop in New York City's Times Square is the most iconic and famous New Year's Eve celebration in the world, bu...
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Barcelona, Spain

Wine lovers should get a kick out of Spain’s strange Nochevieja tradition of eating 12 grapes at the stroke of midnight—each grape ensuring good luck for the months to come. The ritual started in 1909, when Alicante wine makers needed to come up with a way to sell grapes they couldn’t use in production. Catalonians keep the tradition alive, then pop the corks on bottles of cava and dance at Plaza Cataluña.

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