Travel Writer, Photographer, Guidebook Author
Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Montenegro, France, Italy, Balkans, Eastern Europe and beyond
Rudolf Abraham is an award-winning travel writer, photographer and guidebook author specialising in Central and Eastern Europe – in particular Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Montenegro – as well as France and Italy. Based in London, he writes about hiking and outdoor adventure, art and culture, family travel and sustainable tourism, and his work has taken him from the workshops of traditional craftsmen and craftswomen to some of the most remote mountain areas of Europe.
Rudolf is the author of over a dozen books and has contributed to many more, writing for Bradt, Cicerone, DK Eyewitness and National Geographic Traveller – including the first English language guidebooks to hiking in Croatia and Montenegro, and the Peaks of the Balkans and Alpe Adria Trail. His articles and images are published widely in magazines including BBC Countryfile, b.Inspired, Canvas, Evening Standard, France, Geographical, Hidden Europe, The Independent, Morning Calm, The National, Songlines and The Great Outdoors.
Travel & outdoor guides for Bradt, Cicerone, National Geographic Traveller and more
Rudolf Abraham is the author of a dozen guidebooks and has contributed to many more, writing for Bradt, Cicerone, DK Eyewitness, Berlitz and National Geographic Traveller. His books include Peaks of the Balkans, The Alpe Adria Trail, Walking in the Salzkammergut, Walks and Treks in Croatia, The Mountains of Montenegro, a guide to trekking in …
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Features & images for France Magazine, Geographical, The Independent, The Great Outdoors etc
Rudolf Abraham is an award-winning travel and outdoor writer and photographer specialising in Central and Eastern Europe. He has written for B. Inspired, France Magazine, Geographical, The Independent, …
Travel & documentary photography from the Adriatic to the Arctic Circle
Rudolf Abraham has had a camera around his neck, over his shoulder or somewhere generally close to hand, since he first saved up for two years and bought himself a battered-but-built-like-a-tank old Nikon F, at the tender age of 11. These days he works …