We also organize city tours in Lyon, to show you all sightseeings, and our tourist guide is at your disposal and tells you about the history and particularities of our region.
You visit the Gallic-roman area of Lyon which is situated on the Fourviere hill near Notre-dame basilica. You walk along the paved alleys of the old town (Vieux Lyon), which is considered to be the oldest architectural renaissance ensemble in France, ramble across old squares of Presqu’ile where shops, art galleries and antique stores are waiting for you.
Over the narrow streets and stairs you rich the district “Le Canut” on the La Croix-Rousse hill (canut – that’s how the silk weavers in Lyon were called) – the centre of art manufacturing of the city.
Lyon is a merchants’ city that has hosted visitors from different countries for many centuries.
Lyon is well known for its good food culture for very long time. It can be proud of the number of famous Chefs working here. Paul Bocuse is born here – one of world’s best Chefs and restaurateurs. After a visit in bouchons or top-class restaurants grande table you realize, that the kitchen in Lyon is special through its diversity and fantasy, and that the dishes are cooked from agricultural products gifted by the rich nature of the region.
North from Lyon one can find vineyards, Bogle and Bourgogne wines are made of grapes harvested there. On the south direction Cote Rotie, Cote du Rhone and Ardeche vineyards are spread.
Lyon is famous for its active cultural, trade and fashion life, for charming boardwalks, parks and squares, as well as perfect service quality of the hotels.