New Years Eve Holidays 2018 Special Offer from 22 Dcembr 2017 to 06 January 2018Package in Half Board
New Years Eve Holidays 2018 in Volterra the Heart of Tuscany
The package is compose:
4 Nights with breakfast included
3 Dinner included (without drinks)
1 New Years Eve Dinner with live music and drinks included
4 nights in Half Board
Standard Single room:
402,00 €-10% sconto = 362,00€ per room
Standard Double room:
620,00 €-10% sconto = 558,00€ per room
Standard Double room with Balcony:
660,00 €-10% sconto = 594,00€ per room
Standard Triple room:
862,00 €-10% sconto = 776,00€ per room
Standard Quadruple room:
1069,00 €-10% sconto = 986,00€ per room
1256,00 €-10% sconto = 1130,00€ per room
Economy Single room:Book Now
374,00 €-10% sconto = 337,00€ per room
Economy Double room:
560,00 €-10% sconto = 504,00€ per room
Camera Tripla Economy:
762,00 €-10% sconto = 686,00€ per room
Economy Quadruple room:
976,00 €-10% sconto = 878,00€ per room
New Years Eve Holidays
In the Gregorian calendar, New Year’s Eve (also known as Old Year’s Day or Saint Sylvester’s Day in many countries), the last day of the year, is on December 31. In many countries, New Year’s Eve is celebrated at evening social gatherings, where many people dance, eat, drink alcoholic beverages, and watch or light fireworks to mark the new year. Some people attend a watchnight service.
The celebrations generally go on past midnight into January 1 (New Year’s Day).
Samoa and parts of Kiribati are the first places to welcome the New Year while Baker Island, in the United States, is among the last.
In Italy, New Year’s Eve (Vigilia di Capodanno or Notte di San Silvestro) is celebrated by the observation of traditional rituals, such as wearing red underwear. An ancient tradition (rarely followed today) was disposing of old or unused items by dropping them from the window.
Dinner is traditionally eaten with relatives and friends. It often includes zampone or cotechino (a meal made with pig’s trotters or entrails), and lentils. At 8:30 pm, the President reads a television message of greetings to Italians.
At midnight, fireworks are displayed all across the country. A lentil stew is eaten when bell tolls midnight, one spoonful per bell. This is supposed to bring good fortune; the round lentils represent coins.
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