The imaginative Festival City comes to life at Walibi.
“I first came from the United States to Lyon on a study abroad program in September 2016. I stuffed my life into two suitcases and got on a one-way flight to a city I’d never heard of until a few months before. Lyon grew on me more quickly than any place I’ve ever been to. Now I spend my days biking around the city, writing, and trying to make everyone else as obsessed with Lyon as I am.”
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Step into Japan through photos and artifacts.
Films are shown in parks and squares across Lyon.
Opening hours for Lyon’s summer pools.
Lyon classics with international and seasonal flair.
Get the limited edition t-shirt on sale now.
Illuminating the sky in a shower of lights.
Rallying against harsh immigration tactics.
An English retelling of Lyon’s greatest mystery.
Legal cannabis products now have a place in Lyon.
Learn about Hermès products from the masters themselves.
The first 100 bikes are available for reservation now.
Score free tickets to all-night hip-hop and jazz.
A night full of music at locations across the city.
The popular brewpub opens a 16th location June 21st with a concert from Nellie Olson.
Is Bordeaux as similar to Lyon as everyone says?
An antiheatwave park in Lyon in time for summer
Refugee chefs take over Lyon’s kitchens for a long weekend.
The park’s main gate is getting a structural update.
The funicular to Fourvière is back in business for tourist season.
The famous aqueduct will be properly restored with the funds raised.
This new company takes people on river cruises and trips down Lyon’s two rivers.
It’s time for some hilarious truths about raising kids in France.
Lighter-weight bikes, more stations, and an electric bike offer are all on the table for the new Vélo’v service.
Take a spin in American or French classics.
The road will be closed to all car traffic starting on Monday.
2018-2019 will be full of international and local flavor for the famous theater.
Get in for free on this one special night.
The two months of strikes continue as the exam weeks start.
Security fears are high in advance of the game.