‘Tis the season to gorge ourselves on gluhwein (mulled wine) at European Christmas markets against a backdrop of drifting snowflakes, bundled-up neighbors, and houses draped in lights.
And so I’ve found myself at two Christmas markets this December. First, in Innsbruck (sorry, those photos didn’t come out very well) and now in Interlaken, Switzerland, where the small market is full of rustic huts lined up along the park in the center of town.
Here you’ll find Alp cheeses, hot cups of mulled wine, hand-knitted hats, and a hundred charming souvenirs.
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All photos taken with my Sony a6000.