Beneath the iconic pinprick of Toronto's CN Tower lies one of North America’s most intriguing, multicultural and rapidly evolving urban centres.
The rumours are true: Denmark’s capital really is filled with design-savvy people with chic homes who are only a quick pedal from some of the world’s finest restaurants and creative retail shops.
Los Angeles is known for its glitz and glamour, beach culture, blockbuster studios and famous residents. But there’s much more to it than perfect teeth and tanned and taut bods (though near-perpetual good weather does offer plenty of opportunities to get physical outdoors).
Honolulu – one of the most remote cities in the world – has lured the intrepid to its glorious sandy shores for centuries. But peel back the picture-postcard images of hula girls, tiki cups and floral garlands and you’ll find a dynamic urban centre nestled in one of the most beautiful landscapes on Earth.
Decidedly global in its outlook, Singapore embraces all things hi-tech and modern while having a foot firmly rooted in tradition, as you’ll discover in our fully illustrated, 148-page hardback guide.
Monocle’s travel guide to Sydney bypasses the usual tourist haunts to unlock the Harbour City’s delights, from world-leading restaurants and top-notch independent hotels to keen retailers brimming with Aussie-made goods.
Vienna has long been the melting pot of Europe so it’s easy to feel at home here – especially with our fully illustrated, 148-page hardback book as your guide.
Paris is one of the most visited cities in the world so there’s a good chance you’ve already been; regardless, we guarantee this fully-illustrated, 148-page hardback guide will show that there’s plenty more to discover.
The Tokyo guide is written by our bureau team in the city who have been covering the metropolis since Monocle began in 2007. In this 148-page hardback they reveal the places that they have got to know and love and show you why Tokyo is the friendliest big city in the world.
Our Miami Travel Guide will introduce you to a dynamic arts-and-culture scene that is surely the most vibrant and exciting in the US. You can also visit the best bars and restaurants – often more laidback than in other big North American cities – and everything in between.
Our Istanbul Travel Guide will point you in the right direction for the finest places to eat, drink and shop. We can also navigate you through the city's architectural gems, from Ottoman follies converted into art centres to backstreet Byzantine beauties.
The Bangkok guide will show you a city that welcomes visitors as well as being complex in both history and layout. Even if you have been before, you’re about to find out why there’s so much more to discover.
The Monocle Travel Guide series reveals our favourite places in each city we cover, from the ideal route for an early-morning run and the best spots for independent retail to detailed design and architecture pages and neighbourhood walks to get you away from the crowds.
The Rio de Janeiro Travel Guide is an introduction to a city that hits you with both its cultural variety and natural beauty. From its beach scene to sculptural public gardens and lively neighbourhood bars, find all the hotspots for everything from food and drink to design and architecture.
The Madrid guide will show you a city in which tradition and modernity thrive side by side. It is a melting pot of talent, taste and tenacity, all courtesy of a population of fun-loving residents.
Written by our team in the city, this is a book that takes in all the speed and dynamism of this pulsating commercial hub but also leads you down alleyways to hard-to-find cocktail bars and small design ateliers. Hong Kong has been hard to get to know properly – until now.
Our London guide will take you on a journey around the sprawling metropolis that we call home, taking you away from the obvious and into the hidden. This is for those who want to make the most of their stay, feeling like a resident rather than a tourist.