A metropolis that puts people at the heart of its development
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Its Roman architecture (including UNESCO-listed heritage going back 2,000 years) rubs shoulders with bold contemporary creations.
Lyon’s layout, featuring two rivers and three hills, makes this an unusual city, where you can travel to the new Confluence district from the Medieval and Renaissance Vieux-Lyon (Old Lyon) district by boat.
Lyon has the largest sustainable business and housing sector in France and is preparing to open the Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie [International City of Gastronomy] in the city’s former historic hospital.
Its gastronomic reputation goes hand in hand with the art of hospitality so greatly appreciated by visitors and event organisers that come here.
Experience for yourself the charm of Lyon and the diversity of everything it has to offer.