This extraordinary example of naïve architecture is a must-see.
The Lyon Biennal of Contemporary Art (Sept. 20 – Jan. 7) host the best of modern artworks in the world. Here are five installations you wouldn’t want to miss.
The first light shows took place in Lyon on 8th December 1852 for religious reasons. Here’s the real story of the most popular event in Lyon.
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.
This is Lyon has whipped up a 2-day tour of Lyon to leave you veritably dumbstruck. Great walks and views, good restaurants and cafés, museums from one river to another.
Don’t miss the exceptional opening of the « Dungeon of Saint-Pothain » or the torchlight procession on December 8th in Lyon.
Experience Lyon’s biggest chocolate fair
The Ultimate high-altitude sled dog stage race kicks off in Samoens on January the 13 th.
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
One of the most famous festivals in all of France has nearly come. Here are our five picks on where to go during the Fête des Lumières.
Lyon’s newest food court is the upscale Food Traboule in the heart of the Old Town. Featuring the city’s hottest young chefs.
Get a taste of Les Halles de Paul Bocuse in the Presqu’île.
Alan Gilbert (NY Philharmonic) and cellist Sol Gabetta play Brahms, Bach and Martinu’s symphonies Thursday 25th of January (8pm) and Saturday 27th (6pm) at the Lyon Auditorium
Located in Lyon 7, in a former military building, Lyon’s Historical Centre of Resistance and Deportation gives visitors a taste of life in Lyon during WW2.
The hospital-turned-cultural-icon welcomes its first visitors.
Our contributor Valerio visited two exhibitions about Lyon during the so-called Great War.
After three years under threat of a definitive closure, the museum is now out of danger.
What is a Traboule? Lyon’s secret covered passageways, or traboules, are an ideal way of visiting the city’s hidden and colourful past.
Our contributor Anatoli enjoyed a Lyon Boat Trip and dining experience commented in English!
Creative, fresh and contemporary French cuisine in the 2nd arrondissement in Lyon that embraces simplicity and sharing.
To know everything about from cocoa to chocolate.
Welcome to space with the BlastArt collective in Lyon 7 until June 21st.
Lyon’s Riddim Collision Festival will be taking place from November 22nd to 24th.
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.
In the southern Provence region, Avignon is a small middle ages style town that is perfect for any day trip from Lyon.
Bells and Spells will be performed at Lyon’s Célestins Theatre from 12th December until 31st December.
Never traveled outside or want to explore Lyon surroundings further? Our contributor Natalja takes you on a little tour around Lyon…
Lyon Beer Festival: The astonishing diversity of artisanal beer Lyon Beer festival, a gigantic bar If you like beer, then I really hope for you that you went to the “Lyon Bière Festival” last weekend (April 20-21, 2018). Exactly 103 microbreweries from everywhere in Europe displayed and sold their beer, together with five […]
Place Bellecour is the largest pedestrian square in Europe. A landmark to visit in Lyon.
Who knew you could miss a place while you’re still in it? Here’s a list of some of the things I miss about Lyon. By Caroline Conner