Rees is famous among visitors for its notable place, a town in the region of Cleves in the province of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is situated on the correct bank of the Rhine, approx. 20 km east of Cleves. Populace 2005: 22,559. Established in 1228, Rees is the most seasoned town in the lower Rhine zone. Rees has a standout amongst the most wonderful Rhine promenades in Germany with eateries and bistros masterminded along the riverbank. Most guests originate from the adjacent Netherlands, the Münsterland, and the urban Ruhr Area, from where Rees can be effectively gotten to by means of the Autobahn A3. Vessel visits on the Rhine River can be taken from the little sending dock.
The town offers a RV stop, and three campgrounds and numerous bicycling courses. Haldern is scene of the Haldern Pop celebration, which happens each August and pulls in independent music specialists from everywhere throughout the world and in addition a huge number of eager fans.