Fancy seeing the sights?
Now you can explore Lyon’s cultural riches with total freedom... with the Lyon City Card! (available online or at the Tourist Office, Place Bellecour).
This cultural pass gives you free access to Lyon’s twenty main museums, including their temporary exhibitions. Shelter from the cold as you discover their collections!
Further information on the museums
See the programme of the exhibitions...
You benefit from a free guided tour and discounts on other tours and shows. Book visits, the “Grand Tour” by bus, a tour on the Lyon City Tram, or a lunch or sightseeing trip on a river cruise boat to enjoy your day before evening comes!
Make you choice and bookings at Visiterlyon
What’s more you can travel for free on Lyon’s transport network (including bus, metro, tramway and funicular) for the entire period of validity.
You can get the Lyon City Card for one to four days, to suit the length of your stay.
Don’t forget to bring back some gifts!
Head to the city centre, where you’ll find department stores, the Christmas market and even silk shops, for a spot of shopping. Those who feel the cold may prefer the warmth of one of Lyon’s shopping centres!
Make the most of your trip to get your end-of-year gifts.
Our shopping recommendations
Not to be missed: The Village,
Throughout the duration of the Festival of Lights, The Village, the city’s new Outlet centre will be offering a free shuttle service. From Bellecour Square, the shuttle service will be running on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Meeting point in front of the Saint-Exupéry statue.
And to warm up during your shopping spree, pop into a tearoom or coffee shop for a gourmet break!
Lyon – a city of gastronomy…
No trip would be complete without experiencing Lyon’s famous food!
Taste Lyon’s traditional cuisine in one of its local eateries, known as ‘bouchons’, or treat yourself to a fine restaurant. Whatever you do, don’t forget to book a table!
Foodies this way...
Pick your ideas and create your itinerary.
Above all, enjoy Lyon your way.
Last tip: don’t forget to visit the Tourist Office to pick up some handy advice and recommendations.