Fancy heading abroad for New Year’s Eve? Prague has become one of the hottest destinations for 2010, with hundreds of partygoers flocking to the Czech capital every weekend.

But it’s not all wild partying and over-indulging.  We’ve found two nights that offer guests an unforgettable experience – whether it’s dancing with the locals or sampling a 10-course meal. Scroll down to see which New Year’s Eve events made the cut…

Restaurants in Prague | Restaurant Hanavsky | Fabulous travel guide

Restaurants in Prague | Restaurant Hanavsky | Fabulous travel guide

  • Restaurant Hanavsky is a top-notch restaurant located in the stunning Letna Park. With panoramic views of the city, succulent steaks and grilled fish, it’s a pricey joint, but well worth the uphill trek.

On New Year’s Eve diners will be treated to a champagne reception, a whopping 10-course meal and live music throughout the night. Dishes include duck foie gras, mussels, veal and delicious salty cheeses. See full menu!

This 60-year-old Havana institution that claims credit for inventing the mohito, offers some of the best live music in town. Just a stone’s throw from the main square, it’s a jumping joint not to be missed. Barmen swing from the rafters, colourful cocktails are created in the blink on an eye, and live Cuban bands take centre stage downstairs, playing to an appreciative local crowd who show off their well-practiced salsa moves.

For New Year’s Eve guests can dance their way into 2011 while enjoying scallops, tiger prawns, slow-roasted pork and rich chocolate desserts. See the full menu here and book your tickets now!

Fancy seeing the city at night? Jump onboard the Jazz Boat for a truly unforgetable experience. And don’t forget to get the best exchange rates before you travel. Staying in London for new year? See which are the most unusual parties going on in the capital.