• Jazz à Vienne

    Since 1981, the historic Roman City of Vienne has hosted this wonderful jazz festival on the banks of the Rhone River just 30 km south of Lyon.

  •  La Cave des Voyageurs: Lyon’s Oldest Wine Bar

    The oldest wine bar of Lyon is located in the Vieux Lyon!     La Cave des Voyageurs was founded by Jean Markarian (aka “Jeannot”) in 1998 (the same year that Vieux Lyon was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and its list of red and white wine includes Bourgogne, Beaujolais, Côtes-du-Rhône, Loire, Corbière, Cahors, […]

  • Cybele, an unusual Lyon Walking Tour

    Forget about the traditional and sometimes boring guided tours. Cybele proposes a series of unconventional walking tours with street plays and tastings.

  • Lyon City Boat, les “Bateaux Lyonnais”

    Lyon City Boat offers wonderful sightseeing and lunch or dinner cruises along the Rhone and Saone. From a simple one hour sightseeing trip to a relaxing 5 hour gourmet lunch journey, see the city from a different angle as you drift past the magnificent urban landscape on a guided tour.

  • Lyon City Tours

    Lyon City Tours present two guided tours of Lyon. One aboard a double decker bus taking in the major sites of Lyon and the second is a small electric tram which takes visitors on a guided tour of La Croix Rousse.

  • The Wallace

    Among the growing trend of British and Irish style pubs to arrive in Lyon is the Wallace which opened in 2005. It’s a pretty big place (holds around 200 people) and there are four large TV screens to catch up with the latest sports action including football, rugby, golf, cricket, NFL, Formula 1 and cricket.

  • The Albion

      The Pub: The Albion is Lyon’s first English pub opening its doors in 1982 and paving the way for the new trend of Anglo Saxon style pubs to take root in Lyon over the last 30 years. The evening’s entertainment is centred around a good pint in a warm and comfortable atmosphere. The walls […]

  • Brasserie Georges, Lyon

    Brasserie Georges

    Since 1836 Brasserie Georges is serving the finest food in an elegant establishment: a fabulous place to savour the grand history of Lyon and its impeccable cuisine.

  • Les Halles de Lyon

    Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse is a remarkable indoor food market offering the very finest produce available anywhere since 1859.

  • Lyon Saint Jean Cathedral

    In Lyon’s 5th district, is St Jean Cathedral in the beating heart of Vieux Lyon, home to the largest Renaissance area in Europe after Venice.

  • Place Bellecour

    Place Bellecour is the largest pedestrian square in Europe. A landmark to visit in Lyon.

  • Le Musée des Confluences

    The Millenium Falcon of Lyon. Discover Lyon’s audacious and eclectic Natural History Museum, at the confluence of the city’s famous rivers.

  • Nuits Sonores festival

    Lyon’s international electronic music festival. Les Nuits Sonores is an electronic music festival held every year in Lyon during the month of May.

  • The Transbordeur

    The Transbordeur: music and pop culture since 1989 The Transbordeur, nicknamed “Transbo” is one of Lyons premier live music venues featuring the best contemporary international artists from the worlds of rock, hip hop, electronica and more.     Venue History The Transbordeur is housed in an old factory which was originally built as a water […]

  • The Periscope

    The Periscope: music venue with a jazz and experimental focus. The Periscope has an innovative program of events and live music across many musical genres and offers an alternative to the typical concert venue.     The Periscope Venue History The Periscope was founded in 2007 at the initiative of two local musicians collectives (Grolektif […]

  • La Halle Tony Garnier

    Lyon largest music venue : la Halle Tony Garnier Live music concert hall in Lyon featuring the best international contemporary music. La Halle Tony Garnier is the place to see famous names in pop and rock music. It’s a large open hall with tiered seating at the sides and rear holding a maximum of 17,000 […]

  • Parc de la Feyssine

    A large and mostly wooded natural park.       History Following the construction of a dam on the Rhone River about 150 years ago, the area occupied by the park was used as a reservoir to supply drinking water to the city of Lyon for almost 100 years. In 2002 it officially became a […]

  • Museum of Gallo-Roman Civilisation

    The Museum of Gallo-Roman Civilisation astounds the visitor with its avant-garde architecture and carefully-chosen exhibits, nudging you to uncover more of what Lyon’s Roman, Gaul and Celtic forebears got up to.

  • Lyon Fine Arts Museum

    The stunning Fine Arts Museum of Lyon – The “little Louvre” of Lyon is an atmospheric and unmissable moment on your visit of Lyon.

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