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...he • Aquarium • Confluences Museum • Confluence • Gallo-Roman Theatre • Fourviere • Parc des Hauteurs • Lyon City Tram
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2 to 3 hrs
This 2-3 hour small group walking tour with a local english guide is one of the best ways to vi...
3 to 4 hrs
...ore the Old Town, Cathedral, Basilique, Roman Theatre and sample Lyonnais specialities; salamis, pates, cold meats and C...
The well-preserved Grand Roman Theatre of Lyon stands atop Fourviere Hill as the most important remnants of the ancient Gallo-Roman city of Lugdunum, which later became Lyon.
The well-preserved Grand Roman Theatre of Lyon stands atop Fourviere Hill as the most important remnants of the ancient Gallo-Roman city of Lugdunum, which later became Lyon. At the site there are the remains of the Théâtre Romain, the Amphitheatre des Trois Gaules, and a temple of Cybele. The theatre, which was built in 15 BC and seats upto 10,000 hosts the annual Nuits de Fourviere summer festival. The Gallo-Roman Museum is adjacent to the ruins. You can get great views over the city from atop the ruins.
7 Rue du Cirque, 38200 Vienne, France
+33 4 74 85 39 23
The Tony Garnier Urban Museum was created during the renovation of the États-Unis neighbourhood in the 1980s and 1990s, with murals showcasing the architect's works and ideals
Located in the illustrious Lumière brothers' house on Rue du Premier-Film, the Institut Lumiere museum presents an interesting history of cinema through various items and film excerpts
The African Museum of Lyon is dedicated to West African culture and civilization, showcasing over 2000 exhibits on 3 levels, thematically arranged as 'Everyday Life', 'Social Life', and 'Religious Life'
The Lyon National Orchestra plays in this impressive, modern concert hall which also hosts some jazz and world music concerts
Located in the former military medical school that was the Gestapo regional headquarters in 1943-'44, the Centre d'Histoire de la Résistance et de la Déportation throws light on the French Resistance and Jewish deportation during World War 2
Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse is an indoor food market with 59 shops selling the best of Lyon's gourmet creations
The Hôtel-Dieu de Lyon stands on the banks of the Rhone as an imposing historical building that was the oldest hospital in town
The Museum of Textiles and Decorative Arts delves into the history of textiles over the past 2000 years, throwing light on the Lyon silk trade and production going back to the Renaissance period
Completed in 1862, the 115-hectare English-style Parc de la Tete d'Or or Park of the Golden Head is one of the largest and most beautiful urban parks in France
La Confuence is a shopping mall with fashion stores, restaurants and a cinema multiplex, in a redeveloped area at the confluence of the Rhone and Saone river