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Relaxed approach

We splash out in a Bay Area onsen, taste first-class fare at Paris’s foremost railway terminal and take the opportunity to recline in Norway and Portugal. Plus: a word with the GM of New York’s most anticipated hotel…

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Ready to rumble

Train stations are often seen as halfway houses – gateways to a city or state. But thanks to the clutch of shops, restaurants and bars beneath its arches, Nakameguro Station in Tokyo is a buzzing destination in itself.

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The Monocle 100, 2

15 December 2016

We head to Toronto and Rome to discuss the best ways to get to know a city in five hours.

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The Monocle 100, 1

8 December 2016

In the first edition of our new travel programme we discuss the ideas to think about before you touch down at your destination.

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Make your move

The hoteliers and designers behind our pick of the bunch this month took the plunge – and now it’s your turn. Whether you’re yearning for a sunny stop-off in Sydney or a rural Puglian retreat, we’ve got you covered.

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Discerning stop-offs

Whether you’re looking for your next sunny bolthole or are taking time out in a major city en route to your next meeting, our selection of the finest new openings will see you dine, shop and keep fit in style.

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Moving stories

Unpack what it means to travel and to arrive with our global tour from cab to departure lounge, hotel desk to airborne presidential suite.

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Rooms with a view

Get a good night’s rest in Barcelona’s newest openings, feel soothed in Scotland and spoiled in Santiago – and don’t miss out on a Nashville knockout. Monocle also brings you the low-down on travel trends in Russia and the…

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Travel briefing

From a Mexican hotel made of natural materials to a Scandinavian-inspired escape in the Japanese mountains.

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Stay in style, Australia

With private beaches and rooftop bars aplenty, we present the latest hotel openings from Perth to Sydney, Mollymook to Byron Bay. Plus, our men’s grooming pick to ensure you look the part on your poolside lounger.

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Take your pick

This month’s array of places to stay includes a regency-era London hotel, a renovated bank in North Carolina and a hostel in Tokyo that offers books instead of breakfast.

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Call of the wild

Cedar-wood bathtubs in Bali, ancient caves in Cappadocia, jungle-print textiles in Barcelona and a dockside rental in Normandy: this month’s openings will have you knocking on nature’s door.

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All about the journey

Take a circuitous route via India, Scotland, Turkey, Russia, Japan and the US for meandering musings on the singular pleasure of travel. illustrated by Matt Blease

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