• Discover Romania

    with it’s castles and fortresses, wooden churches, painted Medieval monasteries

  • Dracula’s real house and Medieval towns

    Bruckenthal Plaza in Sibiu (The European Capital of Culture 2007), Romania
  • century-old traditions, exquisite wines, underground wine cities, and multi-ethnic cuisine

  • the quiet beauty of the Carpathian Mountains, old villages, ancient Dacian temples

  • Join us... for an unforgettable adventure... back in time

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    The ruins of the Dacian temple called Sarmisegetusa Regia (ancient Romania), Transylvania, Romania

Romania Fine Art Prints

Check out our collection of photos available for purchase as Fine Art Prints on museum-quality photo paper, canvas gallery wraps, acrylic, or metal prints.

2017 Travel Photo Tours

Experience one of Europe’s hidden treasures, culturally diverse & shrouded in myths. No matter your level, beginner or advanced, you will benefit from being surrounded by a group of like-minded individuals during our Romania Travel Photo Tours. You will learn techniques used in creating images that sell as stock or fine art prints!

An exploration of the culture and nature of Carpathia

Romania – Travel Photo Tours

Pictured Travel offers private small group guided travel photo tours to Romania exploring the unique landscapes and traditions of Transylvania and Moldova, a nature and travel photography blog with tips on travel, nature photography, and everything related to Romania, one of the less visited places in Europe.

Why Pictured Travel…

The mission of Pictured Travel is to increase awareness about the cultural diversity and natural environments that still exist in Eastern Europe, but are beginning to shrink due to the changes and challenges posed by globalization and the never ending race for new resources. The natural habitats and unique  cultural traditions that survived for hundreds, and in some cases, thousands of years are more vulnerable today than ever, like in many other places on earth.

The nature and people of Romania, with its spectacular mountain vistas, the Black Sea and the Danube Delta, over 10,000 natural caves, waterfalls, friendly people, great food and a few thousand years old culture, are a good example.

Ancient Dacians/Getae are the forefathers of present day Romanians, but this Latin speaking country also received influences from the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations, and later on from the Byzantine, German, Hungarian, Turkish, and French cultures. Many old cultural traditions and foods have survived to this day in rural areas, but are virtually almost unknown to the outside world. The nature of Romania, as most of Eastern Europe, fell too many times victim to long wars and/or regional conflicts, or to unsustainable exploitation of its natural resources.

What we offer…

Pictured Travel aims at capturing in images and video the fragile beauty of these unique places, as well as the last intact cultures and traditions of Eastern Europe, in particular, of Romania. Get more details in our latest ebook, Discover Romania – Europe’s Forgotten Treasure (coming soon!).  Traveling throughout Romania, mostly off the beaten path, is an incredible experience, sometimes difficult, but nonetheless rewarding. Check out our custom-designed Romania travel photo tours geared towards the curious photographer who wants an authentic Romanian experience.

All culture, nature and travel photography resulting from this project are available for licensing as digital downloads for commercial or personal use, or as prints on museum-quality photo paper, canvas, acrylic, or metal. Most images can also be ordered as 5” x 7” 110 lb paper stock postcards and posters. All prints and posters are produced on state-of-the-art, professional-grade Epson printers.

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