Let's get away from it all!

Want to get away from it all during your lunch break, for a picnic with the family or a gym session? These parks and gardens will welcome you with open branches!

You've visited the city, so why not now see Lyon in its natural glory? Take a walk through Parc de la Tête Park, Parc des Hauteurs or Parc de la Cerisaie, all of which are very popular among locals; go for a stroll along the banks of the Rhône to see Lyon from a different perspective; stop at the terrace of a restaurant or café to enjoy a relaxing break… Welcome to Lyon, the green city!

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Parc Roquette

This 3700 m² park offers walking routes along the edge of a large prairie, a children’s play area and planted areas.

Roseraie de Saint-Clair

Built in September 2011 by the city of Caluire et Cuire and the French Rose Society, the Saint-Clair botanical rose garden displays most of roses...

Jardin Duplat

To the west of the slopes of the Croix-Rousse, relaxing and friendly 850 m² area, street furniture, including benches, tables and deckchairs, garden...

Malrochet park and pond

This English Romantic-style garden was created in the 19th century around a pond. 5,200 m².

Parc de Parilly

The 178 hectares Parilly park is owned by Lyon Métropole and has a wooded area and a sports area (athletics stadium, football, basketball, volleyball,...

Jardin du Docteur René Biot

780 m² of rocks, grassed terraces, flower beds, street furniture and a renovated play area.

Green Wall

17 m high and 14 m wide, the Cusset green wall is the highest self-standing wall in France. Discover its 250 m² green wall, 11,000 plants and no less...

The Manor Park

Nestled at the end of a vast park with around two hundred trees, this 19th-century manor, previously known as Les Petites Cazardes, is an example of...

Jardin Croix Paquet

6679 m². Between Rue Alsace Lorraine and the Montée Saint Sébastien, a terraced garden created above the underground station of the same name....

Parc des Hautefeuilles

This 8 ha area includes a large number of trees, undergrowth and a prairie. Children’s play area. Footpaths, special dog area.

Jardin des Saules

The garden owes its name to its dominant species (the willow tree). Covering nearly 1 ha, it features more than 1,600m² of plantations along the...

The Perrache Terraces

On the top floor of the Centre d'Echanges, a flagged area with perennial plants flowering from May to Sept. Family gardens looked after by the...

Parc République

The Parc République is a 2.7 hectare area for relaxing in the heart of the city: tree-lined paths, fountain, special children’s area and outdoor...

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