Harriet from New Zealand chats about the things that she loved about living as a student in Lyon, the gastronomic capital of France!
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Our French contributor Marc Uhry has recently been involved in working on a project aimed at regenerating the town of Le Teil in the Ardèche. This once thriving medieval town just an hour and a half drive from Lyon, has introduced a range of strategies to rebuild its economy through its unique culture and a through the solidarity of its residents
Home office or teletravail rocked into our lives at the speed of light. Our contributor Natalja shares her ultimate tips when working from home.
How to be mentally and physically active during the corona virus lockdown with the practice of yoga and meditation? By yoga teacher in Lyon Nathalia Pereira.
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
Clear the clutter from your floor to make some space to keep yourself healthy by moving and stretching. By Yoga teacher Nina Coates.
American chef Christie Velasquez shares her family pancakes recipe.
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.
The time has come for Democrats in Lyon and all over the world to choose the candidate who will carry us on a blue wave to the White House and Senate.
Here’s how to vote for this year’s presidential primary from Lyon, France.
According to our contributor Jez Fiedler, Dream Theater is one of the most extraordinary groups of virtuoso musicians you are ever likely to behold. The American prog rock band performs in Lyon’s Halle Tony Garnier on Monday 27th.
American chef François de Mélogue is a strong advocate of regional French cuisines. He reacts at the decision by the Michelin guide to remove a star from Paul Bocuse restaurant in Lyon, an earthquake in the French food industry.
Rachel and Anna took part to this multisport raid for women and a charitable event that raises money for local causes.
Vaise’s Acte II theatre to host five night run of classic tragedy, The Duchess of Malfi – in English.
“They’ve trapped us in Bellecour and have gotten their watergun out.”
L’Olympique Lyonnais are Lyon’s soccer teams, both men and women. It isn’t just watching a game of soccer, it is a full blown experience.
Our contributor Katy participated in her first Beaujolais marathon, a race where you can dress up and drink wine. But where you still have to run.
How to to introduce the city of Lyon to your visiting parents…
Caroline Conner of Lyon Wine Tastings shares with us why you should be celebrating Beaujolais Nouveau Day in Lyon.
Almost 2 million visitors are expected to the city during the Festival of Lights in Lyon, so it’s essential to be organized if you want to make the most out of this time.
Here are a few ideas and recommendations to try if you are wanting to travel down south to Barcelona.
The official French government form for British nationals requesting residency went live on Wednesday, October 9th.
Marathon runner and yoga teacher Nina Coates shares her best stretches.
How to properly navigate Lyonnais nightlife.
In the southern Provence region, Avignon is a small middle ages style town that is perfect for any day trip from Lyon.
Kalpesh Ghaag, a Web developer from Mumbai, tells This is Lyon about his best places to visit in Lyon and where to meander in the city.
Rachel and Anna, two English speakers and proud residents of Lyon, are training for the Raid Amazone, a multisport raid for women and a charitable event that raises money for local causes.
French belongs to those languages that have the reputation to be hard to learn. However, it is possible to learn French quickly. Here are 5 tips to guide you in this big adventure.
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.
For a little luxury, take a boat ride to the green spot of l’île Barbe, in the heart of Lyon for a lazy mid week lunch.