The historic drinking hall

Büvetta Tarasp

Die Trinkhalle Büvetta Tarasp im Winter – Nairs, Engadin Scuol Zernez – Dominik Täuber
The association Pro Büvetta Tarasp is actively working for the preservation, protection and a new use of the historical heritage of the drinking hall Büvetta Tarasp, which is located in a danger zone and is therefore not accessible until further notice. The building houses the two most mineralised springs in the Lower Engadin – the Lucius and Emerita springs – and is symbolic of the emergence of tourism in the region.
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Trinkhalle Büvetta Tarasp in Nairs - Mahnmal mit Beleuchtung

The drinking hall Büvetta Tarasp

Learn more about the history of the Büvetta Tarasp, the building itself and what has been achieved so far to save the drinking hall and what is still to come.

Learn more about the drinking hall
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Der Verein Pro Büvetta Tarasp an der jährlichen Generalversammlung © Dominik Täuber

Association Pro Büvetta Tarasp

The association is committed to access and revitalisation of the drinking hall. The association receives support locally, from all over Switzerland and even beyond the country's borders.

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Ausblick auf Büvetta in Tarasp
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News from the Büvetta Tarasp

Learn more about the current happenings to save the drinking hall.

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Büvetta Tarasp mit Mahnbeleuchtung – Nairs – Dominik Täuber

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the association Pro Büvetta Tarasp.

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Die Rotunde der Trinkhalle Büvetta Tarasp © Lightxperience

Would you like to become a member of the association? Simply fill out the form and we will contact you.

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Ehemalige Mineralwasser-Flaschen in der Büvetta Tarasp von Nairs © Oliver Gutfleisch
Büvetta Tarasp on Facebook

Stay up to date via Facebook (in German).

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Mineralwasser am Inn. Die Quelle Bonifacius. Foto: © Dominik Täuber

Lower Engadin mineral water

Below the drinking hall, the natural mineral springs Lucius and Emerita are captured and still bubble to the surface. Learn more about the Lower Engadin spring paradise.

To the Lower Engadin mineral water