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Place Bellecour

47,520 m², 264 x 180 m square without streets or pavements and 67,128 m², 306 x 206 m with. It is the 3rd biggest square in France (after Place de la...

Saint Martin d'Ainay Basilica - Abbey

The only Roman church in Lyon from the end of the 11th c., built on the site of the 4th c. Benedictine abbey.

Courtyards and Traboules of Croix-Rousse

These shortcuts, in the form of internal passage, allow to communicate from a street to the other one by crossing one or several buildings and run....

River Sâone banks

Make the most of the peace and quiet of the banks of the Saône thanks to the pedestrian promenade, and its alternating urban and pastoral...

Lyon City Hall

Thomas Blanchet (1614-1689) accomplished one of the most beautiful painted Baroque decors in France here in around 1655. Jules Hardouin-Mansart also...

Eglise Saint Bruno lès Chartreux

Enter the only baroque church in Lyon on the slopes of the Croix-Rousse district.

Matmut Stadium de Gerland

With its antiquity-inspired design, it’s one of the oldest stadiums in France, built by Tony Garnier in 1919 and refurnished in 1998 for the World...

Grand Hôtel Dieu

This colossal project to create a lifestyle and leisure space in the city centre has given a new lease of life to the former hospital building listed...

La Cité des Etoiles

Renaudie’s Etoiles architectural and residential development, built between 1974 and 1981, was awarded “20th Century Heritage” status in September...

The Part-Dieu district

Vast agricultural domain, property of the countess of Servient, around a strengthened farm, a farm and a domain were destroyed in 1874. Sold in 1843...

Eglise Saint Bonaventure

Built in 1220, renovated from 1325-1331, it reached its current size at the end of the 15th c. Used to store grain between the Revolution and 1803. It...

Banks of the Rhône

Greater Lyon has successfully completed a project aimed at reclaiming its rivers, which began in 2002 with the rehabilitation of the banks of the...

La Sucrière

Built in the 1930s along the river Saône, this 80-year old former warehouse has just been given a new lease of life in hosting Lyon's Biennial...

The courthouse with 24 columns

Located on the banks of the Saône in the Vieux-Lyon (Old Lyon) district, the historic Palais de Justice (law courts) has a majestic neoclassical...

La Maison du Chamarier

A gem of fifteenth-century architecture in Vieux-Lyon (Old Lyon), the Maison du Chamarier boasts a remarkable courtyard that features elements of both...

Palais du Commerce & Bourse

With a surface area of 11500 m², the Palais du Commerce et la Bourse, known as the “Salle de la Corbeille”, was built between 1854 and 1860 by the...

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