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While Lyon thrives in the warmer seasons, it’s no stranger to bad weather either.
Lyon has plenty of museums to keep you busy, from the cinematic Institut Lumière to the ultra-modern Musée des Confluences.
Not a fan of museums? Do some indoor shopping at the Confluence Mall or Lyon Part Dieu. When you’re done, warm
up with a coffee at one of the many cafés dotting the city.
March 2018 in Lyon is All About Food, Fairs, and Skyscrapers
The Museum of Printing and Graphic Communication contains artifacts from the era of the Gutenberg Printing Press all the way up to modern times.
Finding a satisfying lunch, or coffee, on a budget can be tricky when you’re new in Lyon. Here are a few tips from our English contributor Grace.
This museum is unique in Europe and shows everyday world in tiny, pulls you into the realms of cinema and its special effects.
Jeannine and Suzanne’s gourmet café is a well-decorated authentic tea house with delicious sweet pies near place Bellecour in Lyon.
On the banks of the fast-flowing Rhône, opposite the beautiful Tête d’Or park in Lyon’s 6th district, the magnificent Museum of Contemporary Art, nicknamed the MAC, is a magnet of the avant-garde.
Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse is a remarkable indoor food market offering the very finest produce available anywhere since 1859.
La Part Dieu shopping centre is one of the most gigantic shopping centres in Europe nearby la Part Dieu train station.
Find out about the typical Lyonnais meals you have to try to get the best French cuisine experience
A bouchon is a typical restaurant in Lyon where you can eat anything pig, cow or bird. The food is usually heavy and fatty, but it’s all about the close-knit atmosphere inside.
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