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Gift shops & Bookstores

You are leaving our beautiful city and have not though of taking back a souvenir? Fear not, there are a plethora of gift shops and bookstores to enjoy before your departure home. 

Tribu des Gones
Tribu des Gones

Made in Lyon, “La Tribu des Gones” is the favourite brand of all native or adoptive Lyonnais. The shop proposes 100% Lyonnais designs and products including: T-shirts, apron and babies’ body suits. A wide choice of excellent souvenir gifts awaits...
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Fontanel
Fontanel

A century-old store where you’ll find flags, badges, fridge magnets and souvenirs of Lyon. Brands include: Monnaie de Paris, Opinel, Laguiole en Aubrac, Victorinox and Zippo, etc.
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In Cuisine
In Cuisine

In the capital of gastronomy, it was a culinary bookstore! In home kitchen, you will take a look on 4000 cookbooks for amateur or professional; you will find accessories to succeed all preparations.
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Disagn Cardelli
Disagn Cardelli

This souvenir shop has been selling specialities of Lyon for more than 35 years, including traditional wooden Guignol puppets, plain or decorated Pot Lyonnais bottles, magnets and much more.
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Kiosque In Lyon
Kiosque In Lyon

In this charming kiosk located Place Bellecour, you'll find authentic and revisited versions of Lyon's specific know-how. Combine usefulness with pleasure in this boutique that sells products that epitomize the very best of Lyon's know-how: it's a...
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Poisson d'Avril
Poisson d'Avril

In Vienna for more than 10 years, Poisson d'Avril is now in Lyon. Independent shop of wooden toys and board games, it will help you to find the ideal game, whether for a child or an adult or a gift of your travel.
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Boutique enfant Pozio Petit Pois
Boutique enfant Pozio Petit Pois

Pozio Petit Pois is a concept store for children on the Croix-Rousse hill where you'll find toys and some decorative items.
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Rue de la République
Rue de la République

In Lyon, there are shopping streets, of course… And there's "Rue de la Ré'", which is probably the most famous of them all!
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