TRANSYLVANIA PHOTOGRAPHY TOUR/WORKSHOP
Landscape and Culture Photography Tour
Lying on the north-west of Romania with its many fortified churches and medieval landscapes, Transylvania offers much more then the story of Dracula.
Surrounded by jagged peaks of East Carpathian Mountains curving from north east to south, and bordered with Apuseni Mountains (West Carpathian Mountains) glazing like a hood towards north, Transylvania is a region knows with its medieval landscapes and ancient stories.
With its dense and ancient forests and rolling green hills, Transylvania is perhaps one of the very few regions in Europe with an unspoiled medieval landscape that offers unique opportunities to photographers and photography lovers whether you are interested in landscape photography or people photographs.
|Workshop Dates||April 23-27, 2019|
|Workshop Fee||€1150 per participant.|
|Group Size||Max 10 participants.|
|Workshop Level||Beginner to advanced.|
WHERE WE TRAVEL, WHAT WE DO
Day by Day Itinerary
- Transylvania Photo Tour begins and ends in Istanbul, Turkey
- Above prices are based on double occupancy; single occupancy is available with payment of 150 Euro.
- Accomodation will be in Hotel Korona Sigihsoara 4* ( http://www.hotelkorona.ro/index.php )
Visa Information, Flight Times, Local information (Electric Current, health etc)
The language of the workshop will be in English and Turkish.
FITNESS AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Moderate physical activities needed.
If you are using special medicines please do not forget to bring your medicine with you. There are no obligations about any health issues for Turkish citizens. We will be having our meals in local restaurant which are known places so we do not think you will be having any healht issues regarding food unless you have special intolerance for specific food types. We suggest you to consume bottled water with you at the time of our travel.
In spring nights and early mornings are cooler and at day time it can be quite warm. In summer the climate is dry and hot, From December to March rain and snow is consistent.
Istanbul – Bucharest : 1,15 Hr. , Bucharest – Targu Mureş : 1 hr.
Currency used in Romania is Romanian Leu (RON). Euro (EUR) or Dollar (USD) can be used and changed to RON in an Exchange Office to LEI.
There is no time difference in Romania and Turkey as both are in the same Time Zone.
Electric current used in Romania is 220/50 volt. Type C plugs with 2 thin pins and Type F plugs with 2 thick pins are used. You can check the links for the sample images of plugs http://www.iec.ch/worldplugs/typeC.htm ve http://www.iec.ch/worldplugs/typeF.htm