Tickets for the London New Year fireworks are on sale now

New Year's fireworks - an impressive show, which always gathers crowds of spectators. But in recent years the best viewing platforms have been blocked, and you can get on them only by buying a ticket. This is a reliable way to control the crowd, allowing everyone to celebrate in safety. Tickets for the 2017/2018 show are available for as little as £ 10 here and here. Such fascinating atmospheric spectacle can not be seen on the screens. And for those who are still considering whether to go to see it or not, we found several reasons not to stay at home. In the midnight, Big Ben will please people with atmospheric sound. London misses the bell ringing, which used to delight the residents of the capital every hour. But with onset of New Year you will hear a legendary sound again. Catch rare moments, because the restoration of Big Ben will end only in 2021.

When tickets are in hand, the soul anticipates the holiday. Agree: sometimes it is more pleasant to wait for a holiday than to actually celebrate. Positive emotions in anticipation of the fact that it is about to come will lift your spirits. And it is likely that this time the New Year will be the brightest and the most cheerful. From what to start the year? With beautiful photos that you post in Instagram. Of course, you could go on a diet or quit smoking, but it is much easier to post pictures. In addition, it does not spoil your holiday.

Also, there is a chance to get to home for free. Last year, TfL, in partnership with Kayak, made London residents an excellent New Year gift: all transport of the corporation worked free of charge from 23:45 on December 31st to 4:30 on January 1st. We crossed our fingers and hope that this year it will be the same, and you simply will not have excuses to sit at home on a festive evening.

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