Only Lyon - Tourism and Conventions

Districts

Many neighborhoods, many atmospheres!

The Piers, bookstores and markets are charming.

The Peninsula? Chic shopping,  terraces and restuarants

Old Lyon to stroll and embark upon the  traboules

The slopes of the Croix-Rousse for nightlife, artists and creators
 
The Part- Dieu Business centre

Confluence the new trend and many more

Le Quartier de la CroixRousse
Le Quartier de la Croix-Rousse

This district includes a hill, in continuation of the Peninsula, " the Slopes of Croix-Rousse " (include in the district of the UNESCO world heritage) and " the Village " which overhangs all the city.
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Le Quartier de la Confluence
The Confluence district

The southern tip of Lyon’s central peninsula, long devoted to manufacturing and transport, is the focus of an unprecedented project of urban renewal. Reclaimed from the waters in centuries past, this riverside site is re-embracing its banks and na...
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Cité Internationale
Cité Internationale

The "Cite International" was realized from 1992 till 1999 by the architect Renzo PIANO and the landscape painter Michel CORAJOUD. It includes centres of Congress, casino, hotels and places of residence, restaurants, cinemas, etc.
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L'Ile Barbe
L'Ile Barbe

The Barbe Island is situated in the middle of the Saône, in the 9th district of Lyon, Saint-Rambert-l'Île-Barbe (old town annexed in 1963). Its name comes from the Latin insula barbara, "unspoiled island".
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Le Quartier du Vieux Lyon
The Old Lyon district

It is since 1964 the 1st conservation area of France and one of the vastest groups Renaissance of Europe, 24 ha. At the foot of the slopes of the hill of Fourvière since V °, there is of medieval period an archaeological garden towards the cathedral.
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Le Quartier de la PartDieu
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 to the military authority, barracks was finished in 1862.
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Le Quartier Perrache
Perrache District

The Perrache quarter is the southern-most point of the Presqu’Ile, to the south of the Ainay quarter and the UNESCO site. It owes its name to Michel-Antoine Perrache, who decided to modify the confluence and push it southwards.
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Le Quartier de la Presqu'Ile
The Presqu'Ile district

It is bounded South by the street Franklin, the district of Ainay and its abbey and includes the city center and the fashion designers in the street Edouard Herriot and the "Golden square", the streets between place Bellecour and place des Jacobins.
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