Good food means good produce! In Lyon, there's everything you need: stroll through our selection of Lyon markets and you'll quickly understand why buying and eating local aren't unusual in the city's restaurants! Small farmers, food trucks, cheese-makers, butchers, etc.: our markets are overflowing with tasty treats!
Of course, if you're only in Lyon for the weekend, we strongly recommend you head down to the markets on quai Saint Antoine, quai Augagneur or up on the hill in Croix-Rousse. You'll have seen Lyon's emblematic markets. If you take the time to explore the others, here's our selection of markets in the city of Lyon and the surrounding area. On the menu: emblematic markets, organic markets, farmers' markets, and evening markets. For the more curious explorers, pick up a longer list from our experts at M ton marché ("love your market")!
In Lyon, when you think "markets", Les Halles are inevitably what first comes to mind. It's true that the Halles Paul Bocuse are a must-see when you want to discover (and perhaps bring home) typical Lyon produce. The Halles de la Martinière, which recently reopened, will also delight food lovers wandering on the Presqu'île.
Right, now it's time to head home and get cooking!
Halles de Lyon - Paul Bocuse (indoor market hall)
If gastronomy were a religion, Lyon would be a pilgrimage site, Les Halles would be the temple and its sixty-or-so shopkeepers would be the...
Ampuis wine market
An introduction and tasting of some major wines: 60 winemakers and wine merchants with over 200 wines from the Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu, Saint-Joseph,...
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