The business district

This business district around the large shopping center of the Part-Dieu and the main railway station of Lyon of the same name reserve you beautiful tastings and architectural surprises. From Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse to the banks of the Rhône, via the Oxygène Tower and the last Incity Tower, the 3rd district is ideal for city walks interspersed with shopping and gourmet breaks.


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Dorodi Pastry

Calorie alert! It’s a delicious pleasure giving in to the temptation of Dorodi Pastry.

Liban Market

Liban Market, a Lebanese grocery store and caterer, offers a taste of the exotic.


At Engimono, you’ll find specialities that you don’t often see in Chinese restaurants. 

Grum & Gram

Grum et Gram is an unassuming wine bar and restaurant located in Lyon’s 3rd district.


Octopus offers local and seasonal cuisine. Visit our bar serving local and artisan beers to share a moment of relaxation under the shade of our plane...

Equilibre Vertical - Escalade

Fancy a spot of climbing while in town? Equilibre Vertical gives you a taste of indoor climbing in the centre of Lyon or in natural sites on the...

History of Public Transport wall painting

720 m² painted wall at the TCL (Transports en Commun Lyonnais – Lyon public transport) depot in Les Pins. It shows, in 7 paintings, the history of...

Villa Berliet

Former home of Marius Berliet built in 1911-1912 by the Lyon-based architect Paul Bruyas. Occupied by the Berliet family until 1944, the villa has...

Eglise du Saint Sacrement

In the shape of a Latin cross with three naves, combining the Gothic and Byzantine styles, it was built from 1905 to 1920 by Louis...

Fresque du Quartier de la Part-Dieu

Mural describing the history of the construction of the Part-Dieu district. The aim of the mural was to highlight the ancestry of the district, and...

Church of the Immaculate Conception

The church nave was built from 1856 to 1859 and the choir and chapels from 1889 to 1893. The Romano-Byzantine-style church was designed by Pierre...

La Couzonnaire

This 18th-c. boat was extracted from the Saône during the archaeological digs in 2003 for the construction of the St Georges car park and restored in...

Eglise Sainte Jeanne d'Arc

In 1933, the association “Les Amis de Sainte-Jeanne d’Arc” built the church, the presbytery and a community centre: it still manages them today. The...


30m-high cybernetic light sculpture whose cybernetic programming depends on the movement of underground passengers and train traffic, making urban...

Fresque des lumières en hommage à Paul Bocuse

Lyon makes a new tribute to its gastronomy and its iconic leader, Paul Bocuse in front of the covered market of Lyon.

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