• Monocle Monocle Travel Guide: Paris

Monocle Monocle Travel Guide: Paris

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The Monocle Travel Guide series reveals our favourite places in each city we cover, from the ideal route for an early-morning run to the top independent retailers. Full of surprises and quirks, our guides also feature detailed design and architecture pages, neighbourhood walks to get you away from the crowds and our picks for the best places to eat and drink. We’ve cut through all the charming, touristy noise to uncover the lesser-known gems that we feel embody the essence of the City of Light, including the century-old shirtmaker offering more than 500 shades of white cloth and a museum where you can whirl on a vintage fairground ride. Our guide will help you navigate the myriad food and wine options, whether it’s the flakiest croissant, a decent cup of coffee or a bistronomie meal you’re after.

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.

Global magazine Monocle was launched in 2007 with a focus on culture, design, business, and world affairs, and now reaches a readership of 77,000 worldwide. While some claim that print media has become a dying means of communication, Monocle has proven otherwise, gracefully incorporating modern mediums with their more traditional publication methods to remain a relevant story-teller in today’s international community. Since their inception, they’ve expanded to include a 24 hour radio station, produced several global interest films and slide shows, and opened shops in six major cities around the world, selling exclusive household products, accessories, and stationery produced by brands with universal appeal that Monocle truly believes in.