Rengener Drees

Rengener Drees


The Rengen "Drees" was reworked into its current form in 1980 and fitted with a special pipe. The spring water which bubbles out of it is approx. 9 degrees cold, very rich in minerals and has a high iron concentration.

The Rengen "Drees", located on the outskirts of the district of Daun, was for many years part of a beautiful local custom in which boys and girls cleaned the "Drees" on Whit Monday and then celebrated together in the village. The "Drees" also always had an important meaning for the housewives of Rengen. The water was ideal for making waffle batter. You can find out whether these traditions still exist by sitting on the benches at the “Drees” and talking to the locals.

For more information, see the brochure: "Dreese -Mineralwasser- und Kohlensäurequellen der Vulkaneifel"

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Opening hours

  • From March 4th to March 4th
    00:00 - 23:59

    00:00 - 23:59

    00:00 - 23:59

    00:00 - 23:59

    00:00 - 23:59

    00:00 - 23:59

    00:00 - 23:59

The “Dreese” can be visited all year round.
Depending on the weather and the ground conditions, they are differently accessible.




Rengener Drees
Nähe Rosenweg / Lupinenstraße
54550 Daun-Rengen
Phone: (0049)6592 951370

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