Lodestars Anthology Magazine 12 - 1

Lodestars Anthology #12

£14.00

Lodestar Anthology issue 12 heads to Switzerland a country steeped in history, its both lavish and refined - chocolate-box perfection guaranteed to surprise. It is a playground, refuge and wonderland. A hideaway and delight. And amongst these pages are hints of all it has to offer.

There are tales of... ​​Read More

Lodestar Anthology issue 12 heads to Switzerland a country steeped in history, its both lavish and refined - chocolate-box perfection guaranteed to surprise. It is a playground, refuge and wonderland. A hideaway and delight. And amongst these pages are hints of all it has to offer.

There are tales of intrigue and adventure, romance and the sublime - of towns where time is kept and paused, cantons that charm, literary escapades, wilderness, trains and alpine fare that is very fine indeed.

Splendid and suave, Switzerland - with its mountains, lakes and palatial hotels - is remarkably good for the soul. 

Featuring Neuchâtel | Lausanne | Geneva | Gstaad | Mürren | Zürich | St. Gallen | Bad Ragaz | St. Moritz | Ascona | Lugano | Bern | Great St. Bernard Pass | Bürgenstock | Scuol | The Orient Express
 


Lodestars Anthology is an independent magazine-meets-journal for curious travellers who long to be inspired, see the world and meet interesting characters along the road. Focusing on one country per issue, Lodestars is a scrapbook of place, a magazine that goes deep into the heart of a location and uncovers its quirks, flavours and splendour, taking a truly personal, beautifully crafted and slow approach to the art of travel journalism.

Softcover
2019
English
ISSN 2055-6896
In Stock
Lodestars Anthology is an independent magazine-meets-journal for curious travellers who long to be inspired, see the world and meet interesting characters along the road. Focusing on one country per issue, Lodestars is a scrapbook of place, a magazine that goes deep into the heart of a location and uncovers its quirks, flavours and splendour, taking a truly personal, beautifully crafted and slow approach to the art of travel journalism.