Drinking fountain, © Weinviertel Tourismus

Trinkbrunnen

Wasserentnahmestellen entlang des Jakobsweges Weinviertel

Leer gewordene Trinkflaschen lassen sich bei den Trinkbrunnen entlang des Jakobsweges wieder schnell mit frischem Wasser auffüllen.

As a pilgrim, you should not underestimate the strain walking on foot puts on your body. Providing your system with a sufficient amount of liquid is essential for your physical well being. You should drink more than your natural feeling of thirst tells you to. An old mountain climbers' rule states: "Drink like a calf (a lot!) and walk like an ox (slowly, especially downhill - your knees will  thank you!) - this will take you far and you will stay healthy!"

Filing drinking bottles

A number of drinking fountains along the Way of St. James in the Weinviertel region allow one to refill empty drinking bottles.

  • Drasenhofen
    Drinking fountain at the church
     
  • Falkenstein
    Drinking fountain at the market square
     
  • Mistelbach
    Drinking fountain at the main square
     
  • Ernstbrunn
    Drinking fountain at main square no. 16, guest house Luger
     
  • Großrußbach
    Drinking fountain close to chapel in Hipples
     
  • Absdorf
    Drinking fountain in the cellar alley
     
  • Königsbrunn am Wagram
    Drinking fountain at the Lourdes chapel
     
  • Kirchberg am Wagram
    Drinking fountain in the sweet tooth's garden
     
  • Fels am Wagram
    Drinking fountain by the church