Lyon Roman theatre during the 2017 Festival of Lights

the Roman theatre #FDL2017

Composer and director Damien Fontaine, (a regular at the Festival of Lights) is an International Artist, who has been inspired by Hindu legend -“Balaha”, which tells the tale of a mythical horse escaping from the stars.

Chef Paul Bocuse has died at 91

Paul Bocuse, legendary French chef and undisputed symbol of Lyon gastronomy, passed away this Saturday morning at the age of 91.

Art Flows to Lyon in a Floating World

The 14th edition of the Biennale of Contemporary Art in Lyon takes place from September 20th 2017 to January 7th 2018 and is curated by Emma Lavigne

Le Musée des Tissus

Lyon was once an international center for silk manufacturing. Today, you can visit Le Musée des Tissus and observe their collection of over two million textiles.

Le Sucre

Located in the Confluence district in southern Lyon, La Sucrière, an integral part of local modern art scene has a beautiful rooftop terrace and electro-dance club called Le Sucre.

Provocative art in Lyon - Abode of chaos

La Demeure du Chaos or The Abode of Chaos

If you’re looking for a quirky kind of destruction and you’re not squeamish, tootle on up the river Saône. It’s sure to engrave itself on your mind a while.

Stade de Gerland

The Stade de Gerland, Lyon’s historic stadium since 1926     Inaugurated in 1926, the Stade de Gerland is a 35,000-seat sporting venue located in the southern part of Lyon’s 7th arrondissement, more precisely in the neighborhood of Gerland, whose name is taken from. Home of the Olympique Lyonnais for 65 years, starting at the […]