New Year's is one of the most climatic holidays around, and if you' want it to be a memorable one, these cities know how to do New Year's right. Not knocking El Paso or Las Cruces, but the huge ball drop didn't originate here in the desert. Some cities are insane for this holiday and do some awesome things you will have to experience at least once in your life.

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    Las Vegas, NV

    No surprise that Sin City would make the list, they go all out with some extravagant things for the holidays and especially for New Year's Eve! Free concerts line the Strip, helicopter rides, fireworks and blowing up buildings are just some things you could see. Viva Las Vegas!

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    New York, NY

    This is probably on everyone's bucket list to experience, I know it's on mine! Time Square on New Year's Eve with thousands of people all counting down 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1! Happy New Year! As the amazing ball drops filled with lights and cheers! Seriously one of America's greatest events! Brings out the magic of the holiday season!

     

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    Paris

    I got the chills just watching the video of the Eiffel Tower lighting up! Such an amazing spectacle to see ad not to mention the beautiful environment! Paris is definitely one of THEE places to see for New Year's Eve.

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    Disney...Any Disney Location

    Now I know the title says "cities", but Disney IS a city in my book! Any holiday in Disneyland or Disneyworld or any other Disney location has to top the lists. They go all out with fireworks, the castle light show and the music! Makes you feel like a kid again and it is so exciting!

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    London, England

    This video has some of the best music set to the celebration of fireworks! Such an amazing place to visit in the first place, then to see this?! Even though it is far from America, this would be a great place to celebrate the night!

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    Sydney, Australia

    Not only is Sydney so beautiful, you'll be some of the first to ring in the New Year! I remember seeing all the celebrations for New Year's around the world and when it was Sydney's turn I was in awe...the video shows you why.