Timeless Travels: Summer edition


The Summer edition of Timeless Travels magazine is FREE to read on any digital platform,  you can also buy a single paper copy or sign up for an annual subscription.

This edition features:
The amazing rock cut churches of Lalibela
Northern Ethiopia is home to a series of amazing rock cut churches: Philip Briggs takes us there.

Stunning site of Nemrut Dagi
Mount Nemrut in Turkey is home to the stunning, colossal statues of Antiochus I. Christine Winzor visited when they were covered in snow.

A portal to the past
Joshua Mark visits the Neolithic site of Poulnabrone in Ireland to discover its more than a stone in a field.

800th anniversary of the Magna Carta
In 1215 the barons of England forced King John to recognise their rights and produced a document that became a symbol of social justice and freedom around the world.

Intrepid Traveller: Alexander Burnes
Sent to India at 16 to make his fortune, this extraordinary man became a super spy and part of the ‘Great Game’: the fight for central Asia against Russia.

Portraits from the Varsari corridor in Florence
The Medici built a one kilometre corridor that ran from one palace to another, crossing the Ponte Vecho. It is filled with portraits and Jane Fortune selects her favourites.

A weekend in….Istanbul
A city filled to bursting with history, beauty and modern vitality. Find out what to see in a short time!

Exploring Bran, Brasov and Bucharest
Garry Shaw goes in search of Count Dracula and finds Vlad the Impaler and beautiful Romania instead.

The art of Deccan India
A new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum in New York explores the art of the Deccan India. With curator Navina Haidar.