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Trips to Lyon

France's third largest city is famous for its centuries-old movies, festivals, gastronomy, and architecture.
Art festivals, museums dedicated to film production, a medieval old town and Roman ruins: Lyon's attractions are varied and surrounded by style. Lyon, located in the center of the eastern part of France, is a picturesque city; Its beauty begins in the surrounding hills of La Croix-Rousse and Fourvière, and descends to the banks of the Saone and Rhône rivers, which divide the city into several districts. It has an excellent public transport system with which it is easy to get around the city. There are train, bus and metro stops at the main attractions. In addition, it has a public bicycle rental system: Vélo'v.

Explore the Vieux Lyon (Old Lyon) district on foot. It is one of the largest areas of Renaissance architecture in Europe. Stroll through its cobbled streets, such as Rue St. Jean, where you will find a beautiful example of the famous “traboules” that those who make their trips to Lyon appreciate so much: covered passages built between the houses. At the end of Rue St.-Jean, is the majestic Cathedral of Lyon, built between 1180 and 1480. 

Ride the funicular to the top of Fourvière hill. Take in views of the city and the Rhone Valley from the observation deck of the Notre Dame de Fourvière Basilica. Look for the ancient Roman amphitheater. It is one of the places where the Fourvière Nights festival is held, a celebration of music, dance and theater.

Head over to La Croix-Rousse, a neighborhood located between the two rivers with a past marked by the silk industry. At the foot of the hill is the Place des Terreaux, a central square where the Town Hall, Saint Peter's Palace and the Bartholdi Fountain are located. Cross the river to the Parc de la Tête d'Or, a beautiful green area where you can visit a small zoo. Attend a ballet performance at the Lyon Opera. Nearby, the Tete d'Or Park is a beautiful green space that houses a small zoo.

Don't miss a visit to the Lumière Institute. The pioneers of the cinema, Auguste and Louis Lumière, had their factories in this place. The cinematographic achievements of these brothers are exhibited in a museum. During the Lumière Festival, which takes place every year in October, you can see classic films and attend exhibitions.

One of the best things you can do when you travel to Lyon is to taste its famous gastronomic scene. Try Lyonnais dishes, such as veal kidneys, in one of the famous "bouchons", the typical restaurants of the city. The Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse covered market is named after the renowned French chef. Here you can try cheese, wine, pâté and cakes from the city's vendors.

Where to sleep in Lyon

Lyon is a very popular tourist destination; in fact, it allows you to choose between 187 hotels and other types of accommodation that you can easily book through the memarchodeviaje websites.

If you are interested in booking a hotel to stay in Lyon that guarantees you excellent services and facilities, check out Villa Florentine, located at 25-27 Montée Saint Barthelemy, and Cour des Loges, located at 6 rue du Boeuf. If these are not what you are looking for, try staying at Le Gourguillon or Arts Hotels - Apartments, as they tend to delight their guests.


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