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Oktoberfest Romania in Brasov

We look forward to seeing you at our next Oktoberfest from 29 August to 15 September 2024.

We look forward to seeing you again next year with plenty of cold beer, sausages, the famous Bavarian pretzels, lots of fun and a children’s amusement park! Until then, get your dirndls and lederhosen ready and let’s have a wonderful Oktoberfest together in Brasov next year.

We look forward to seeing you!

Bavarian delicacies and specialties at the Oktoberfest in Brasov

The most delicious Bavarian specialities will be served again at Oktoberfest. You can already dream of German sausages, traditional Bavarian pretzels, Wiener Schnitzel, fries and many other delicacies.

Of course, many traditional Romanian delicacies are also served.

We advise all visitors to visit the festival early so as not to run into the situation where one or the other might already be sold out (in other words, tense). The last few years have shown that the rush for delicious food is very high.

The combination of classic ‘Oktoberfest’ and good Romanian cuisine leaves nothing to be desired and shows wonderfully how beautiful cooperation between different countries can be and how diverse such a festival is.

Oktoberfest: The History

Why is the Oktoberfest held in September?

A German law from 1539 stipulated that beer could only be brewed between September 29 and April 23, as the risk of fire during brewing was much higher in summer. Without today’s storage conditions, producers had to sell all of the year’s beer before they could start brewing a new one. Oktoberfest begins around September 20th and ends on the first Sunday in October.

But why is it called Oktoberfest when it takes place in September? Celebrations began in Munich on October 12, 1810 and ended on October 17 with a horse race. Because it was so beautiful, the festival was repeated in the years that followed, later extended and moved forward in time. Right into September. This is the reason why the Oktoberfest in September is still called that.

We wish you a nice day and look forward to seeing you at the party.