At the foot of the Croix-Rousse hill and in the heart of the Presqu’île, between the Rhône and Saône, the neighborhoods offer you beautiful walks around many emblematic monuments of the city.

City Hall, Opera, Museum of Fine Arts ... but also great shopping escapades between the Village des Créateurs and the shopping streets of the districts.

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Your Place

Your Place is available as a venue for your meetings, seminars, corporate social events and other work gatherings, offering an all-inclusive service!

The Gone experience - 1h

Devant l'Opéra de Lyon

Take your seat in a stylish retro vehicle for an original tour with La Belle Vadrouille, which includes both Lyon’s main monuments and welcoming...

The Canut experience – 1½ HR

Devant l'Opéra de Lyon

How about sharing an authentic experience designed to be simple, safe and original? La Belle Vadrouille takes you on a tour with a smile through some...

Cabana Café

Cabana Café offers a warm welcome with its Cuba-inspired interior. There is a wide range of tempting cocktails to choose from! You will also find...

Breizh Café Lyon

Following a 25-year history between Japan, Brittany and Paris, Breizh Café and its crepe makers have arrived in Lyon's Presqu’Île district. They offer...

Galerie de l’Institut Lumière

Alongside the Festival Lumière, this gallery highlights cinematographic photography all year round.

Le Jeu de Quilles

 Past event

A wine cellar by day, a table d’hôtes at lunch and a bar in the evening, Jeu de Quilles provides many great reasons to drop by! Grégoire, an...

Eglise Saint Bernard

Church built from 1857-1866 by architect Tony Desjardin, in the Rayonnant (radiating) Gothic style. It was never finished and is missing the clock...

Plant light wall painting

This 800 m², 120 m-long floodlit painted wall decorated with climbing plants shows three photos of Yann Arthus Bertrand on the theme of protecting the...

Fort Saint Jean

This fort covering 17,000 m² belonged to the Army. The walls on the Saône side date from the start of the 16th c. whereas most of the buildings are...

Fort Saint Laurent

The fort dates from the late nineteenth century. There are now remains.

Grenier d'Abondance

It was built between 1722 and 1728 by the architect Claude Bertraud de la Vaure to store wheat. Its capacity was 16,000 tonnes. At the end of the 18th...

Fresque Hommage à Tony Tollet

Mural composed of 5 vertically-aligned stars; the biggest representing the workshop of the Lyonnais painter Tony Tollet (1857-1953). Each of the four...

Ipoustéguy fountain and statues

The sculptor and painter Ipoustéguy (1920-2006), real name Jean Robert, created four sculptures installed on Place Louis Pradel for the city of Lyon...

Traboule et cour du Moirage

Traboule providing access to the Moirages yard

La Condition des Soies

Built from 1804 to 1814 by the Chamber of Commerce on part of the former Jardin des Capucins, thanks to the new impetus given to Lyon silk-making by...

Maison aux 365 Fenêtres - Maison du Temps

This house is surrounded by Place Rouville and Rue Flesselles, Rue Rivet and Rue Prunelle. It was built by Mr. Brunet, from Savoie, in around 1810....

Unique en Série

Unique en Série

“That beautiful print? I made it.” This sums up the concept of Unique en Série.

Chapelle de l'Institution des Chartreux

Chapel built in 1864 by the architect Antoine Desjardins (1814-1884) and inspired by the royal chapel in Vincennes.

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