Paul Bocuse, legendary French chef and undisputed symbol of Lyon gastronomy, passed away this Saturday morning at the age of 91.
Paint yourself from head-to-toe!
This extraordinary example of naïve architecture is a must-see.
Why Lyon is a beer city! I admit – while the title “Lyon is a beer city“ may sound catchy, it is a little exaggerated. France is a wine country, and with the Beaujolais and the Côtes du Rhône not being far, Lyon is more a wine city than anything else. Still, Lyon […]
Isolation can feel….well, isolating! But, what if it didn’t have to be that way? Martina Buchal offers a different perspective, and a call to action on how we can see this circumstance differently.
My name is Ian Wilkinson, 58 years old from Wigan in northern England. I’m a former teacher of Physical Education and rugby player.
The 15th edition of La Nuit Européenne des Musées will take place on Saturday, May 18.
Museums in Lyon are organizing many activities for this occasion and open their door freely in the evening.
Here is the program of the event.
Five museums and exhibitions to discover in Lyon’s museums in December.
How to start 2018 in Lyon…
Located in the old quarter in Lyon St Jean in a Renaissance building, the Musées Gadagne comprise two truly beautiful museums: the Historical Museum of Lyon and the newly refreshed Museum of Puppetry Art.
Lyon’s very own organic brewery located near Hotel de Ville.
Lyon’s Chocolate maker Richard Sève has just opened a museum in a brand-new factory located in Limonest.
Home office or teletravail rocked into our lives at the speed of light. Our contributor Natalja shares her ultimate tips when working from home.
Every month This Is Lyon interviews a member of the English speaking community. Here is Christy from Los Angeles. She organizes food tours for tourists.
Vignesh thalis family and flavour as he goes it alone after La Commune.
Explore the vegan and vegetarian lifestyle at VeggieWorld, Lyon’s vegetarian and vegan festival.
How to to introduce the city of Lyon to your visiting parents…
Head down to Lyon’s coolest district for a family-friendly festival, taking place three times across June and July 2019.
American chef Christie Velasquez shares her family pancakes recipe.
Rallying against harsh immigration tactics.
Julie Gayet is back with a terribly moving story, masterfully adapted to the stage by Claudia Stavisky, about how a family deals with the loss of a 4 year-old boy.
The market returns to the futuristic Confluence district to celebrate 90s fashion.
Where to swim in Lyon and around Lyon? Here’s a selection of swimming pools, aquatic parks and natural sites to enjoy with friends and families.
Two improvisers play scene after scene, each one inspired by lights, music, sounds, suggestions taken from the audience, or virtually anything.
A few miles away from Lyon, the Grand parc de Miribel-Jonage is the perfect place for families in the summer.
The “Les Lumineuses” association is organizing its first festival promoting women’s efforts and dynamics in the city of Lyon and beyond, “Lyon gagne avec ses femmes”.
Here’s a list of 10 fun things to do friends and families can do to keep the holiday spirit alive.
Learn about Hermès products from the masters themselves.
Pop and geek culture straight from Japan.
Alexandre Beretta is a French-Irish international mural painter and street artist living in Lyon. For him, Lyon is a place to chill out and find inspiration while connecting with people from all over the world.