In Italy, it is customary to celebrate the New Year on the street, where folk festivities are held. On the night of December 31, the participants of the holiday start walking through the avenues in the center of the city. The movement of cars in the city stops. Italians like to celebrate the New Year by drinking “Proseco” wine in the old year for the happiness of the coming year. The famous Roman tradition says that whoever flies from the bridge to the Tiber River on New Year’s Eve will be happy on New Year. But the most Italian Christmas customs are throwing old things from the windows, clothes, furniture, household, etc. into the street. It is supposed that the one who will be able to get rid of more old things will be happy in the new year.