There are some things you should know before spending New Years Eve in Naples or the Amalfi Coast. First, Neapolitans like to throw things--- lots of breakable things. When the clock strikes midnight toilets, teacups and everything in between are ritualistically thrown out of windows into heaps and heaps of shattered glass, porcelain and general flying shrapnel. Second, on New Years Eve we wear red underpants. And third, be prepared for a wild ride because in a town where breaking champagne magnums and then sporting red lingerie is par for the course, anything—AND I MEAN ANYTHING can happen. The Amalfi Coast is only slightly tamer than Naples. But it is still raucous, rollicking and fabulous in ways only the South of Italy can be at party times. For your reading leisure (and preparation), I have listed the top five New Years traditions in Naples and the Amalfi Coast below.
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