December 31, 2015

How to Spend New Year’s Eve in London

By Stella Woods Travel Tips

Christmas has gone and now it’s the time for New Year’s Eve. The security officials have put 3000 men on duty to ensure that the New Year’s Eve celebrations are safe and sound. Tonight the official fireworks display will take place and we will enjoy the moment with our family and friends. Although all the tickets to this event are sold, you can still do plenty of things to make the event memorable.

1-Travel Safely to Attend the Event:

If you have the tickets for the event at London Eye, then search about the transport because the transport companies change route and fares at the New Year’s Eve. Some companies also offer free transport to the London Eye’s event. Check if you can grab a seat for yourself and your family at those free transports.

New Year’s Eve in London
New Year’s Eve in London

2-Have a Nice New Year’s Eve Meal:

Don’t worry if you don’t have the tickets for the official firework. Get together with your family members or friends and go to a nice restaurant to have a delicious meal with a few glasses of champagne. Many restaurants offer meal deals for this event. Don’t waste the time and book with them.

3-Go to the Pubs:

Pubs are usually opened at New Year’s Eve. They also arrange parties for this event. But some of them may have ticketed entry. So, plan well with your friends.

4-Go to Theatre:

The theatres are also open at this night. Special plays are organized to give people a wonderful experience of this beautiful night. Nothing can be more romantic in this night than going to the theatre with your wife and having a tasty dinner afterwards.

These were the tips to spend the New Year’s Eve in London. But if you are planning to travel outside London, then you should book cheapest parking Heathrow, as you don’t want to have a damaged car on your arrival. Best Meet and Greet Heathrow wishes you a happy New Year’s Eve!

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