CROATIA | Travel writer and photographer Rudolf Abraham

Rudolf Abraham has been visiting, photographing and writing about Croatia for over 15 years. He visited Croatia in the 1990s, returned to live in Zagreb for two years, and continues to spend several weeks of each year travelling in Croatia and based in Zagreb and/or Zadar. A fluent Croatian speaker, he has travelled the length and breadth of the country, from iconic cities and historical sites such as Split, Dubrovnik and Rovinj to traditional festivals, remote mountain areas and national parks, and is the author of 5 books on Croatia and many articles for UK and international magazines.

Books on Croatia – author/photographer

National Geographic Traveler Croatia (2nd edition; National Geographic, 2015)
The Islands of Croatia (Cicerone, 2014)
Istria. The Bradt Travel Guide (co-author with Thammy Evans; Bradt, 2013)
Rijeka Carnival (Blurb, 2013)
National Geographic Traveler Croatia (National Geographic, 2011) – Reviews
Walking in Croatia (2nd edition; Cicerone, 2010) – Reviews
Walking in Croatia (Cicerone, 2004)

Books on Croatia – In progress:

Croatian Miscellany (2016)
Walking in Croatia (3rd edition; Cicerone, 2017)
Istria. The Bradt Travel Guide (2nd edition; Bradt, 2017)

Guides to Croatia – Contributing Author/Photographer:

Croatia. The Bradt Travel Guide (6th edition; Bradt, 2016 – updates, photographs as credited)
Croatia. The Bradt Travel Guide (5th edition; Bradt, 2013 – updates, photographs as credited)
Time Out Visitor’s Guide to Croatia (Time Out Croatia, 2011 – updates, photographs as credited)
Croatia Travel Guide (World Travel Guide, August 2011 – updates)
Croatia. The Bradt Travel Guide (4th edition; Bradt, 2010 – updates, photographs as credited)

Croatia articles and photo stories by Rudolf Abraham:

Croatia travel features, photo stories and images on for BBC News, BBC Travel, CNN Traveller, Economist, Hidden Europe, Meridiani, OE, etc.

Croatia travel and documentary photography by Rudolf Abraham:

Croatia travel and documentary photography by Rudolf Abraham