|English know how to celebrate the New Year. Different cities in England have different ways of welcoming the New Year and bidding farewell to the old one and these variations make the New Year in England worth watching and enjoying. Formerly in the Anglo-Saxon England, the New Year started on Christmas Day -25th December but now it's 1st of January that is known to be the New Year's Day all over England.
When talking about New Year in England, one can't forget mentioning about the famous Hogmanay, New Year in Scotland. Hogmanay starts just after the Boxing Day on December 26th. "Hogmanay" or the New Year in Scotland were introduced to the Scots by the invading Vikings in 8th and 9th century. Parties, uncorking the champagnes, firework displays are common New Year in England. If it's the sea that attracts you, then there is no one stopping you from cruising aboard some of the popular New Year Cruises in England.