New Year in the Carpathians

New Year is one of the most popular holidays celebrated by people all over the world. It has been celebrated in Ukraine since ancient times, at different times of the year: in spring, autumn and then in winter. On January 1, the New Year began to be celebrated after Peter I introduced the Gregorian calendar in 1700. At the same time there was a tradition to decorate Christmas trees, arrange noisy masquerades and festivities. Also, it was customary to set a rich table to bring prosperity and prosperity next year. On New Year’s Eve, various magical rituals and ceremonies were performed for a good harvest and good fortune for young people.

Different countries of the world have their own peculiarities of the New Year’s meeting. Yes, in Italy, it is customary to throw old things out of the house on New Year’s Eve, and on the table they must have grapes, nuts and lentils, which are sure to bring home longevity and prosperity. In Britain, it is customary to exchange greeting cards and arrange masquerades in fairy costumes. In Japan, the New Year’s bell rings 108 times, as it is believed that people are prone to the six greatest sins (greed, anger, frivolity, envy, indecision and stupidity), each of which still has 18 shades. And every blow of this New Year’s bell seems to kill one vice. And the most interesting custom in Japan is to buy a rake, or even better to give them to someone, so that next year there was something to “rake” happiness. In Ireland, on New Year’s Eve, it is customary to open the door wide and treat everyone who comes to visit. In Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic, the New Year is called New Year’s Eve. Just like when the 1000th year came, people were waiting for the end of the world, but St. Sylvester defeated the serpent that was to destroy the earth, and therefore it is customary to celebrate this holiday loudly with fireworks and folk festivals. In Spain, on New Year’s Eve, everyone eats 12 grapes, and it is believed that next year will be a failure for those who lose count. So, each country has its own traditions, but everywhere the celebration of the New Year remains the most popular and beloved holiday.

Where to go for the New Year?

Of course, such a holiday as the New Year, everyone wants to spend so that it will be remembered for a long time and bring a sense of something new, bright and exciting. For all those who prefer travel, rather than home comfort, we can recommend different options for meeting the New Year. Those who love the heat can go to the beach in hot Egypt, the Dominican Republic, the Maldives, the UAE or the tropical island of Zanzibar. Love an active winter vacation – go to ski resorts in Turkey (Erciyes), Bulgaria (Bansko resort) or our native resorts in Bukovel, Slavsk, Yaremche or Vorokhta. If you want to visit new places, there are many tours to cities in Europe or Ukraine, where you can celebrate the New Year with incredible New Year’s fireworks and great mood.

Where to celebrate the New Year in the Carpathians?

A great option for meeting the New Year away from the hustle and bustle of the city will be to celebrate the New Year in the Carpathians. This is a great place to relax with family and friends. You will be provided with a romantic, festive and full of new, unforgettable emotions vacation. Many sanatoriums and bases offer New Year’s programs in compliance with all local traditions, exciting entertainment and competitions, national and European cuisine, folk festivals and gifts. In addition, you will have the opportunity to ski, sled, snowmobile, ATV. Either take a casual walk in the mountains, admiring the beautiful scenery and enchanting scenery, or visit interesting local attractions. Many hotels offer a bath, sauna, swimming pools or spa services. The most popular places for tourists are Bukovel, Vorokhta, Yaremche, Mykulychyn and others.

Celebration program at TAOR Karpaty Resort & Spa ****

A great way to remember the New Year celebration for a long time is to visit the TAOR Karpaty Resort & Spa **** hotel near Skhidnytsia. Hotel TAOR Karpaty Resort & Spa **** has prepared for visitors its unforgettable and enchanting program in the style of four elements: water, fire, earth and air. Famous performers will help you immerse yourself in this fabulous atmosphere. Yes, the element of Air will be recreated by a team of professional musicians of the Terry Band Cover Show, the element of Fire – a bright fire show “InRed” and the theater of fire “Trion”. The element of the Earth will be provided by the famous master of sand animation Daria Tim, and splashes of champagne will add the element of Water and create a truly magical atmosphere of New Year’s Eve. In addition, children will meet with fairy-tale characters, an animation program with games and at the end of the evening a chocolate, bubble and paper show. The program on January 1 includes a performance with treats from actors of the Lviv Regional Drama Theater named after Yuri Drohobych “Evenings on a farm near Dykanka”, New Year’s Fair, evening bonfire with warming mulled wine and pleasant music.

Will not do without great gifts from the hotel TAOR Karpaty Resort & Spa ****.

Celebrate the New Year in the festive atmosphere of the hotel TAOR Karpaty Resort & Spa ****, the main idea of which is a combination of man and nature, and this holiday will be remembered for a lifetime.