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Celebrate Hogmanay in Edinburgh! – CheckMyBus UK Blog

God Hogmanay A celebration is one of the biggest New Year celebrations in the world and is one of the most expensive events in Edinburgh. In 1996, the Hogmanay celebration won its place in Guinness Book of Records As the largest New Year’s party in the world with about 400,000 people!

Including a torchlight procession, live music between tons of other events leading up to the performance of Auld Lang Syne At midnight. Moreover, it is one of the most famous New Year celebrations in the world and a wonderful time to visit the Scottish capital.

Travel to Edinburgh by bus

The holiday season is one of the most exciting and busy times of the year for the city Edinburgh. The city is easily accessible via bus And is well connected to the National Coaching Network. As a result, companies love Maghbus and National Express Offers regular links from cities around the country. Be sure that Dress warm For outdoor activities and prepare for the rain with a waterproof Waterproof jacket with hood, poncho or umbrella.

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Hogmanay Events

For three days, the Hogmanay Festival will feature a variety of fun events to attend Torchlight procession For live music concerts, a costume parade, a number of family-friendly activities, a spacious street party, traditional dances and a beautiful journey Fireworks, No shortage of options no matter what your taste.

Most of these events require tickets, although there are always some free events to attend as well. Anyone looking for more Low character At the event you can find a large number of pubs, theaters, hotels and museums offering their own hegemonic celebrations with dinner, drinks, dancing and Live entertainment.

The history of Hogmani

Panoramic view of Edinburgh from Celton Hill

Hogmanay is derived from the Scottish Gaelic word for new Year’s Eve. Moreover, there is much speculation about the linguistic origin of the world. Some believe its roots are French while others believe it comes from a Nordic or Anglo-Saxon origin. Many believe that traditional Hogmanian celebrations began when Vikings Invaded Scotland back 8th and 9th centuries. Moreover, visitors can see the Viking influence in Shetland. Here, the locals still refer to the New Year as Yules.

Historically, Hogmanay was the largest celebration in Scotland, with almost 400 years Do not celebrate Christmas, because of the The Protestant Reformation And a declaration of Christmas as a Poppy or Catholic festival that should have been banned. Witness the 50’s, People in Scotland celebrated the New Year instead of Christmas, exchanging gifts with family and friends.

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