Basque culinary fireworks in Paris, bed and breakfast by the brightest light on the Oregon coast, a sparkling new Oslo alehouse and a Berlin foodstore sure to set your creative energies ablaze. We bring you this month’s Monocle round-up.
Avant-garde dining in an Athens art gallery, designer apartments in the Bavarian mountains, whale-sighting off the unspoilt Tasmanian coast – explorations to savour in this month’s Monocle travel round-up.
This issue we’re excited about the openings of cosy hotels in Japan and Taipei, a Thai island retreat, a Swedish eco-lodge and a unique retail store in Antwerp. We also profile an airline, Susi Air, in Java.
European cities battered by the economic crisis can look to Buenos Aires for inspiration. Since the country’s collapse in 1999, the Argentine capital has kept its joie de vivre, and turned formerly run-down areas into…
With its artfully mismatched interiors, Manhattan’s NoMad hotel is combining character with comfort. Be it in the products they sell or the type of aroma wafting from the kitchens, a sense of discovery is key.
A Jewish enclave a century ago, Vienna’s Karmeliterviertel – part of the larger Leopoldstadt – was down and out for much of the postwar period. But thanks to creative energy and smart city planning, the area is booming.
Tenerife has always had a bad rep (and some worse “reps”), but Monocle is a big fan of Santa Cruz, the tourist-free northern capital. While the package hordes party hearty in Playa de las Americas, leave the southern bad…