What's up Lyon?
Here’s a list of 10 things the city offers that you probably wouldn’t be able to do anywhere else
Because it’s not very easy to find housing in Lyon as a student or an expat.
Discover French cuisine, local products, Lyonnais recipes, with Lucy Vanel. Originally from the U.S., she runs Plum Lyon Teaching Kitchen, and shares with you her best seasonal recipes.
For the first time in nearly seven years, a symbol of French sporting might will come back through Lyon.
The International City of Gastronomy is the new tourist attraction of Lyon dedicated squarely at food, health and gastronomy in the Grand Hotel Dieu.
This modern Izakaya, located on boulevard Jean-Jaurès in Lyon, began their culinary journey at the food hall La Commune.
Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport stood out for its enhanced intermodal connectivity, distinguished operational control, security technology.
Discover Beaujolais, the vibrant and beautiful wine region with plenty of fun places to explore and activities to enjoy.
If you love wine and running, the Beaujolais Marathon is for you! Our local wine expert Caroline Conner tells us why you should run in this festive Marathon.
Buses should start again in September bringing the price to go to the airport as low as 1.90€.
Marché Ambroise Courtois, or Marché de Monplaisir, located in the eighth district is a farmers’ market worth seeing and exploring.
There are more and more excellent vegetarian restaurants you need to check out in Lyon.