The Montée de la Grande Côte is steep street in the Croix Rousse quarter connecting the Terreaux quarter to the Plateau de la Croix Rousse

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Montée de la Grande Côte, Lyon

The Montée de la Grande Côte is steep street in the Croix Rousse quarter connecting the Terreaux quarter to the Plateau de la Croix Rousse.

The Montée de la Grande Côte is steep street in the Croix Rousse quarter connecting the Terreaux quarter to the Plateau de la Croix Rousse. It is lined with Renaissance buildings and offers a very beautiful view over the city from its top. There are traboules on the street at numbers 9, 11, 13 and 69.


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About Montée de la Grande Côte

 69001 Lyon, France

Montée de la Grande Côte and Nearby Sights on Map

Amphithéâtre des Trois Gaules

The Amphitheatre des Trois Gaules is a Roman theatre from 19 BC that marks the place where the first Christian martyrs of Gaul were thrown to the lions in 177 AD

Marche de la Croix Rousse

The Marche de la Croix Rousse is a popular local market hosting about 120 official vendors that sell freshly picked produce, meat, processed foods from Lyonnaise sausages to a variety of delightful cheese and wine

Place Sathonay

Place Sathonay is a charming neighbourhood square in Croix Rousse with old chestnut trees

Lyon Hôtel de Ville

The 17th century City Hall on Place des Terreaux has a strikingly beautiful facade, which is radiantly illuminated at night

Place des Terreaux

The Place des Terreaux is a large square in the heart of Lyon in the Presqu'ile district

Musée des Beaux-Arts

The Museum of Fine Arts housed in the former Palais Saint-Pierre displays a fine collection of European paintings from the 14th to mid-20th century

Mur des Lyonnais

The 7 storey Fresque des Lyonnais painted wall portraits some of the most famous Lyonnaise, from Renaissance poets Louise Labé and Maurice Sceve to the renowned Lumière brothers who invented cinema, celebrity chef Paul Bocuse, and the Little Prince by author Antoine de St-Exupery

Opera Nouvel

The Nouvel Opera house opposite the City Hall is home to the Opera National de Lyon

Saint-Nizier Church

The Saint-Nizier Church is a Flamboyant Gothic church with a Renaissance portal that is named after 6th century bishop Nicetius of Lyon

Jardin Rosa Mir

The Jardin Rosa Mir in the Croix Rousse quarter was built by a Spanish refugee Jules Senis, and dedicated to his mother