Photograph spectacular alpine vistas from the top of the Fagaras and Parang mountains, and if we’re lucky, wildlife. Visit the ruins of Sarmisegetusa Regia, the ancient capital and religious center of Dacia (Romania), which bears a striking resemblance to Stonehenge. Photograph the historic city of Alba-Iulia located in the heart of Transylvania, a former Dacian and Roman fortress, medieval town and the place where the first unification of the three Romanian kingdoms took place in 1600.
Walk the streets of Sighisoara, a charming medieval city and UNESCO World Heritage Site, and dine inside Vlad Dracula’s childhood home. Photograph 700 hundred years old Medieval castles and fortified churches, and the only museum of gold in Europe. Photograph traditional glass and pottery making. Taste and photograph delicious foods and get immersed into the traditional atmosphere and charm of the Saxon and Romanian villages of Transylvania and Walachia.