The history of the Croix-Rousse district is closely linked to the silk and weaving. More than a district, it is a village where artists and designers love to evolve and where it is good to stroll.

On the hillside and up to the plateau, squares, alleys and viewpoints are offered to the less breathless. The Croix-Rousse market from Tuesday to Sunday is also an attraction not to be missed.

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The painted walls take the stage

Devant le "Mur des Canuts"

A tour to rediscover Croix-Rousse in a different way, by letting the walls speak for themselves!

Marché de Produits Manufacturés de la Croix-Rousse (manufactured products market)

Boulevard de la Croix-Rousse

Products sold: clothes, shoes, bags, bric à brac, etc.

Olive Oil Workshops and Tastings

An amazing experience discovering the various flavours of olive oil. Sophie, a qualified olive oil expert, shares her passion and provides an...

From painted walls to street art

Devant le "Mur des Canuts"

When art redraws the city.

Maison Bouillet Croix-Rousse

Based in Lyon, the pastry opened in 1977 headed by Henri Bouillet. Quality and tradition are the key words of the house. In 2000, Sébastien joins the...

LS Artisan Maroquinier

Handcrafted workshop of leather goods, located at the Croix-Rousse district, Sylvain Lachaud realizes bags, wallets, belts, made-to-measure articles...

An unusual walk through teh Croix-Russe

à la sortie du métro Croix-Rousse

Explore the hill and its slopes.

Eglise Saint Denis

The church was built in the 17th c. It has one of the most beautiful organs in Lyon. Mass times on site.

Eglise Saint Augustin

Built in 1913 in the style of the Mediterranean churches, it has a marble column from the excavation of the basilica of Saint Augustine of Hippo in...

Eglise Sainte Elisabeth

The church was inaugurated on October 13, 1963 and is dedicated to St Elizabeth of Hungary (1207-1231) recently proclaimed by John-Paul II as a patron...

The slopes of the Croix-Rousse area and la Maison des Canuts

Sortie du métro

La Maison des Canuts in the heart of the weaving district relates five centuries of the history of silk making in Lyon...

Eglise Saint Charles de Serin

The church was destroyed then rebuilt in 1952 after the construction of the Croix-Rousse tunnel. The deanery of the Russian orthodox parishes in Lyon...

Le Rideau Rouge

Lyon’s best café-theatre! Discover and enjoy the only café-theatre in the Croix-Rousse.

The slopes of The Croix-Rousse hill and the famous people of Lyon moral

Devant la sortie du métro

A Guided tour that includes gentle slopes, stairways, murals that depict Lyon's most famous people, and goes in search of the silk workers...

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