•  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, […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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.

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