Almost 900 years ago, when the first German colonists arrived in Transylvania, Sibiu was chosen to be the capital city of the newly founded province.
During the next couple of centuries it became one of the most important cities in South-Eastern Europe. In 2007, it was the first Romanian city to be named European Capital of Culture and has been attracting millions of tourists each year ever since.
In the past 25 years, it has been rediscovering its history and culture. The whole area has been designated as European Gastronomy Region. Join us for a unique gastronomic and cultural event, designed to promote both the mouthwatering, gastronomic delights form Southern Transylvania, as well as to sustain the people who fight each day to keep the small traditional farms alive, in the little village of Hosman, for this year’s first Transylvanian Brunch.
The Transylvanian Brunch is always an event where a lot of our guests want to participate in – check out our Facebook page for photos from the previous ones!