Only Lyon - Tourism and Conventions

River banks, Parks and Gardens

Explore Lyon city: take a walk in the Parc de la Tete d'Or, the Heights, Gerland or The Cherry Orchard ... .
 The Hidden Gardens of museums offer breaks of freshness and tranquility between visits.

A stroll on the banks of the Rhone is needed for a different vision of Lyon.
 Stop at a terrace for a relaxing moment and truly soak up the charm of the city.

 

Parc de la Tête d'Or
Tete d'Or Park

Spread out over 105 ha, Tete d'Or Park is the largest park in France that can be found in the heart of a city. Responsibility for the creation of the park was put into the hands of Denis Bühler, a landscape architect.
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Jardin de Montréal  du Belvédere  des Curiosités
Garden of Montreal - Belvedere - Curiosities

This 6000 m² garden was created by a team of designers from Montreal. It has a remarkable view and a range of plants that reflect the design team's home town. It is planted with yew trees.
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Jardin du Musée des BeauxArts
The Fine Arts Museum Garden

Classical 1200 m² garden created at the end of the 19th century. The secular walls of the former abbey protect passers-by from the noise from outside.
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Grand Parc Miribel Jonage
Grand Parc Miribel Jonage

Its 3000 hectares of undeveloped land, 2200 hectares of natural park, 850 hectares of forest and 600 hectares of protected environment make it one of the largest peri-urban natural parks in Europe.
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Parc de Gerland
Parc de Gerland

18 hectare park (80 following renovation) created by Michel Corajoud from 1997 to 2002, including 2 prairies, the “Megaphorbiaie” gardens with 18,000 plants including 300 different species, water-lilies, 600 trees and lawns.
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Parc de Parilly
Parc de Parilly

The 178 hectares Parilly park is owned by Lyon Métropole and has a wooded area and a sports area (athletics stadium, football, basketball, volleyball, rugby, handball, softball, cricket, public 400m running track).
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Parc des Hauteurs
Heights Park

The Parc des Hauteurs is a municipal park that stretches from the Montée de l’Ange to the Loyasse cemetery. It covers the former “Tramway des Macchabées” route.
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