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Leave Lyon exploring the Cote du Rhone wine section. You will taste wines and visit cellars of ...
This 3-hour small group tour invites you to discover the capital of gastronomy: Lyon. Elaborated by your epicurean ...
3 to 4 hrs
See Lyon in a day with a local guide and quality E-Bike. Meet at Lyon Part Dieu Hotel Athena Charles Béraudier Place. ...
Leave the city for an entire day and set out along the Rhone for an oenological and gourmet itinerary that combines win...
Travel back in time with this historical itinerary. Listed as one of the Most Beautiful Villages of France, the medieva...
From Old Lyons on the banks of the Saône to Halles Paul Bocuse on the Left Bank of the Rhone, via the Presqu'île, the ...
This is a route made for everyone, a little bit away from the city center to explore this lively area. Ride with a knowl...
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The right bank of the river Rhône has a 5-km promenade with various landscapes and great views over the Croix-Rousse and Presqu'Ile areas..
The right bank of the river Rhône has a 5-km promenade with various landscapes and great views over the Croix-Rousse and Presqu'Ile areas.
quai Charles de Gaulle, ave de Grande-Bretagne, quai de Serbie, quai Sarrail, quai Augagneur, quai Claude Bernard, ave Leclerc
The Museum of Contemporary Art only holds temporary exhibitions by national and international artists, which are often very interesting and popular
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
The Jardin Rosa Mir in the Croix Rousse quarter was built by a Spanish refugee Jules Senis, and dedicated to his mother
Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse is an indoor food market with 59 shops selling the best of Lyon's gourmet creations
The Lyon National Orchestra plays in this impressive, modern concert hall which also hosts some jazz and world music concerts
Le Mur des Canuts on Boulevard des Canuts is an extensive trompe-l'oeil fresco dedicated to the history and typical architecture of the Croix-Rousse hill which was traditionally inhabited by canuts or silk workers
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
The Nouvel Opera house opposite the City Hall is home to the Opera National de 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
Ile Barbe is a charming island on the river Saône and the only inhabited island in Lyon