Rupert Eden













Rupert Eden is a highly experienced British travel writer and photographer with a background in financial news reporting.

His extensive writing and photography work featuring hotels, gastronomy and ecotourism in Spain, Portugal and Latin America has appeared in a diverse range of magazines, guide books, cookbooks and newspapers around the world. Over the past 20 years he has lived in Rome, Badajoz, Lima, Buenos Aires, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Barcelona and Seville. He is currently based in Lisbon where he has become a champion of local designers, architects and artisans.

Rupert’s background is predominantly commodities and energy news gathering where he cut his teeth working for the Financial Times, Reuters, Platt’s and BBC News among others. More recently he has authored Wallpaper Magazine’s Seville Guide and Condé Nast Travellers Lisbon Hotel Guide as well as contributing photography, words and video to clients including The Guardian, Monocle, Wallpaper Magazine, CN Traveler, Four Seasons, The Sunday Times and Archilovers as well as many inflight titles such as Ling, easyJet Traveller, Flydoscope and a cover story for US Airways Magazine.

He speaks fluent Spanish and Portuguese. Rupert is a keen outdoors enthusiast indulging in snowboarding, fishing, hiking and biking when possible. He has also attended a series of Permaculture Design courses in the UK and is a champion of organic farming and low energy architecture. Rupert also helps run a Rural Tourism farm in the Alentejo and is a technical translator (Spanish / Portuguese to English) and proof reader with some creative copywriting experience working in London.