New Year city breaks - Magical celebrations worldwide
New Year city breaks are an exciting way to celebrate the festive season. The most popular New Year short breaks feature legendary celebrations from Trafalgar Square in London to Times Square in New York. Christmas weekend breaks capture many cities at their festive best, with beautiful Christmas markets, lights and music. Children will love a New Year city break in New York where the snow, the famous stores and the Christmassy atmosphere combine to magical effect. Eat twelve grapes in the Plaza del Sol in Madrid and stay on for the arrival of the Three Kings on January 5th. Closer to home, few New Year city breaks can rival the famous Hogmanay celebrations in Edinburgh.
New Year short breaks - Winter romance
A city break at New Year makes a very romantic Christmas gift. Raise a steaming glass of mulled wine in the gorgeously atmospheric wintry squares of Budapest and Prague or celebrate in style with luxury New Year city breaks in the finest hotels of Paris, Rome or Barcelona. New Year city breaks in Brussels, Lille, Bruges or Lisbon will find them especially atmospheric and high on romance. New Year weekend breaks in snowy Moscow and St Petersburg are simply unforgettable. Crisp winter days in cities like Amsterdam, Dublin and Berlin are perfect for lingering in cosy cafes and bars and enjoying the best city restaurants. City breaks at New Year are perfect for exploring the museums of Venice and Berlin, the churches of Rome, the galleries of Barcelona, the shops of Milan or even the casinos of Las Vegas!
New Year weekend breaks - Something different
Many New Year city break customers look for a little Mediterranean sunshine and try their luck in popular Southern European city break destinations like Malaga, Cannes, Seville, Naples and Palermo. For New Year celebrations with a difference take advantage of bargain New Year city breaks to exotic Marrakech, colourful Istanbul or even Dubai and Hong Kong. Contact Directline-Citybreaks for tempting New Year city breaks worldwide.