Just like people in other parts of the world, people of Romania also celebrate Gregorian New Year on 1st January.
Traditional celebrations of New Year’s Eve (Revelion) are the norm in Romania. Romanians follow centuries-old customs, rituals, and conventions. Children sing “Pluguşorul” and “Sorcova”, traditional carols that wish goodwill, happiness and success.
Parties are common in the evening. Since the Romanian Revolution of 1989, Romanians have gathered in the University Square in Bucharest. Other significant parties occur in Piaţa Constituţiei and Romexpo where Sectorul 5 mayor Marian Vanghelie organizes Vangheliona very cheep party for thousands of people featuring oriental and tropical food, musical icons such as Enrique Iglesias or Toni Braxton, many other Romanian music stars, and a fireworks show.
You can also take your family to Clifton Hill, which is an amusement park that offers all types of activities to be enjoyed by all members of the family.
If you are not present there in Bucharest, Romania the new year’s time then don’t worry, you can find below Photos & Videos of Romania New Year 2018 Fireworks Display.
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In Bucharest, Romania you can watch Montreal New Year Fireworks 2018 LIVE on local TV Channels.
Bucharest, Romania falls in GMT/UTC +02:00 hour timezone so it welcomes the New Year twelve hours after the New Year strikes first at Kiritimati, Kiribati which falls in GMT +14 timezone.
To watch Bucharest New Year Fireworks 2018 LIVE Streaming on internet you will have to adjust your watch accordingly with relation to the timezone of your city.