How to say “Happy New Year” in 11 languages

(Last Updated On: July 3, 2017)

New Years Eve is the perfect time to visit a foreign country especially if you know the language. In the popular New Year’s Eve destinations one may choose to: watch the ball drop in New York’s Time Square, enjoy the free New Year’s Eve Concert Extravaganza at Niagara Falls, join a street party in Prague or participate in a “communal kiss” in Venice.








Regardless of where you choose to spend New Year’s Eve, here is how you can say “Happy New Year” in more than one language.

  • Danish – Godt Nytår
  • Dutch – Gelukkig nieuwjaar
  • Farsi – Aide shoma mobarak
  • French – Bonne année
  • Gaelic – Aith-bhliain Fe Nhaise Dhuit
  • German – Gutes Neues Jahr
  • Greek – Kali hronia
  • Hawaiian – Hauoli Makahiki Hou
  • Hebrew – Shanah tovah
  • Hungarian – Boldog új évet
  • Indonesian – Selamat Tahun Baru

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