Some 200,000 revelers gather in central Zurich for Switzerland’s most famous festival, held on the city streets since 1988. The free festival is held around Lake Zurich, stretching along Limmat Quay and Bellevue, with live music, DJs and makeshift stalls serving up cups of Gluhwein (spiced mulled wine) and bratwurst sausages, alongside an array of other traditional foods and drinks.
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