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Why rent in the city of Lyon?
Lyon is located at the meeting point of two major French rivers, a pillar of French culture and the region’s thriving economic center.
With almost 2.7 million visitors to its museums and attractions and 11 million passengers at Lyon-Saint-Exupéry Airport, Lyon is a must for travelers and business customers alike.
Vieux-Lyon is one of the largest Renaissance districts in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site with distinctive architecture and a maze of streets. Across the Rhone, the elegant Presqu’île district abounds with museums, galleries, shops, and restaurants, while the cobbled streets of the Saint-Jean Quarter, the covered passages of the Traboule de la Croix-Rousse and the magnificent Bartholdi Fountain are all memorable sites
Thanks to the Lumière brothers, Lyon has also been one of the cradles of cinema, where their original cameras can be seen in a dedicated museum. And if that’s not enough, there is the fascinating Musée Miniature et Cinéma, which explains various special effects techniques and offers an exciting series of 100 models of great film scenes.
As visitors explore Lyon, they will notice illusionistic trompe l’oeil murals painted on the city walls. There are more than 100 murals, some are fantastic flights of fancy while others are incredibly realistic depictions of daily life.
From the Fine Arts Museum, which houses works by masters such as Rembrandt and Delacroix, to the Lyon History Museum and the extraordinary Puppets of the World Museum, Lyon’s cultural institutions will captivate everyone’s imagination.
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Places not to be missed!
The Musée des Confluences, a unique futuristic building made of steel, concrete, and glass located on the southern tip of the Lyon peninsula, at the confluence of the Rhône and Saône rivers, houses millions of objects depicting the history of mankind.
Several major cultural events also punctuate the year, such as the Nuits Sonores music festival in May, concerts, and operas in a veritable Roman amphitheater during the Nuits de Fourvière season or the Festival of Lights, which offers dozens of spellbinding lighting installations and shows throughout the center.
Lyon is often referred to as the gastronomic capital of France, or of the world, depending on who’s talking! And it’s hard to argue with that. There are more than 4000 restaurants in the city, 18 of which have Michelin stars, so there is something for everyone.
Food lovers may enjoy duck pâté, succulent roast pork or other carnivorous delicacies in a traditional cork and baste it all with a tasting in one of the many wine cellars in the city.
For a bucolic interlude, green-loving tourists can take a break in the Tête d’Or park: 300 acres housing a zoo, botanical gardens, a rose garden, and a large lake, to the delight of joggers, families, and cyclists.
The covered passages of the Traboule de la Croix-Rousse and the magnificent Bartholdi Fountain are all unforgettable sites
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