Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year in Europe
Join the parade in one of Europe's capitals
Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival or Lunar New Year, is the most important event in the Chinese calendar. It's a special occasion marked by family gatherings, food rituals, offerings at temples, and – of course – fireworks. Many European cities with large Chinese populations are also welcoming in the Year of the Dog around February 16th with lion dances, parades, and thousands of Chinese lanterns hung in the streets.
There’s something special about celebrating Chinese New Year in Europe. It’s a unique chance to participate in an ancient Chinese tradition, dating back 4000 years. Don’t miss out on it when you have the chance!