Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia & Croatia

A Photography & Cultural Exploration

Serbia’s stunning scenery and temperate climate make it an ideal year-round visitor’s destination whose tremendous potential is only just beginning to be fully realized. The capital, Belgrade, is a bustling urban center with a thriving cultural scene. Experience a guided photography walk of the city with a local photographer covering the most interesting spots of the city including a visit to a photo studio. Enjoy the country’s wealth of broad rivers, rugged mountains and picturesque rural landscapes combined with its rich heritage of sublime monasteries, mighty fortresses and Roman ruins. These make it a most rewarding destination where visitors can expect a warm welcome from people known for their hospitality and open-heartedness. 

This journey offers travelers and photographers unique opportunities to create a visual vocabulary, telling stories about the rich cultural environment of Serbia. You will be immersed with guidance on photographic craftsmanship, exposure to fascinating Serbian historic, artistic, cultural, and social life. Adding perspective to the experience are photo walks and discussion with local photographers and artists. 

Follow the steps of a local professional photographer owner of the largest studio in Podgorica, Montenegro. He will guide you through the Black Lake and famous Durmitor National Park a spectacular photography setting.

Find yourself in Dubrovnik, Croatia! Old world charm, natural beauty, welcoming people, delicious food, warm weather, beautiful beaches, and captivating music in an historic setting. 

You may want to spend some time walking along the promenade into the center of the city for the world’s best cappuccino, or just sit on the terrace soaking up the scenery. 

Croatia offers a wealth of photographic possibilities and the chance to stretch you creatively in some of Europe’s most stunning locations. You’ll return with an impressive portfolio of travel shots as well as some incredible memories of the Adriatic coast and the historical region of Dalmatia.

We will look for scenic vantage points, sometimes we can drive there; sometimes we need to walk a bit. Dubrovnik is notorious for its steps and the city walls require about a two hours walk.

This is a journey like no other! Are you ready to leave your preconceived ideas at your door and embrace the local culture? It’s an experience you won’t regret!



Dates: May 3 - 16, 2018

Tuition: $5995 per person double occupancy includes: round trip airfare from

Boston, hotels with daily breakfast, nine lunches, three dinners, a cocktail

reception with the Queen of Serbia, ground transportation, national guide,

entry fees and all pertinent taxes.

Photo critique will be

offered on selected evenings during the workshop.

Deposit: A deposit of $1000 secures your seat on this memorable adventure

Deadline for enrollment: March 1, 2018

For more information and to register, contact:

Cindy Wilson:


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