New Year's Eve in Rome is one of the favorite choices of both Spaniards and many Europeans. For a special night and New Year's Eve, the capital is a great destination for both young people and families.
The Eternal City is famous for its farewell to the old year celebrations, ranging from simply enjoying the fireworks with friends and family, to concerts by Italian artists in one of its emblematic squares, not forgetting classical theaters or shows such as the concert by Renzo Arbore and the Italian Orchestra.
But if what you want is to enjoy the best electronic music, you are in luck. The Amore Festival event takes place from 30 December 2014 to 1 January 2015, presenting some of the best international DJs such as Richie Hawtin, Ricardo Villalobos, Dixon or Tales of Us.
New Year's Eve in Rome like New Year's Eve in almost every city in Italy boasts numerous traditions, many of which vary greatly from region to region. For example, it is common to eat lentils at midnight, a lucky gesture to be richer next year.
In Rome and Naples, for example, it is also typical to throw broken ceramic plates from balconies and windows to scare away all the ills accumulated over the last year, and start the new year on the right foot.