A WORLD CAPITAL OF GASTRONOMY
Lyon’ gastronomic reputation needs no elaboration: Bresse, Dombes, Beaujolais, Côtes du Rhône… It is surrounded by world famous wine producing regions and localities, each more enticing than the next and all made greater still by one of the city’s most renowned figures, Paul Bocuse, who left us this year.
Don’t miss Les Halles, which have been renamed after the great chef. They house some sixty internationally famous artisans...
OUTSTANDING ARCHITECTURAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE
Did you know?
The historic centre of Lyon has been a World Heritage Site since1998!
What better way of ensuring an enjoyable evening than by exploring the famous traboules and ending up with a walk along the banks of the Rhône and the Saône.
And for those who prefer indoors to outdoors, the city has major museums, theatres and an internationally renowned national orchestra and opera company.
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