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Lyon Rugby Village – Information and access

Lyon offers all the charm of the French way of life in a human-sized city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Between the Rhône and Saône rivers, the city is at the confluence of winegrowing and gourmet regions that have made its gastronomic reputation.
From Michelin-starred restaurants to trendy new venues and creative young chefs, you'll be amazed by the diversity offered in Lyon.




Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998, the historic city of Lyon takes you on a trip to discover more than 2,000 years of history. Founded by the Romans on the Fourvière hill, the city can be seen from the panoramic view of the Fourvière basilica. On the banks of the Saône, the Vieux-Lyon unveils the richness of Renaissance mansions and the famous traboules, typical Lyonnais passageways. The Croix-Rousse hill perpetuates the heritage of the "Canuts", Lyon's silk workers, and opens the doors of its weaving workshops. Between the Rhône and Saône rivers, the 19th-century boulevards of the Presqu'île are the perfect place to stroll among stores, squares, fountains and monuments.

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Fourvière Hill
Vieux Lyon district
Croix-Rousse Hill
Presqu’Île district

Fourvière cable car
Metro line D – Stop: Vieux Lyon 
Metro line C – Stop: Croix-Paquet or Croix-Rousse
Metro line A, D – Stop: Bellecour



Designed and built around the Rhône and Saône rivers, Lyon is one of the only cities in the world to have two rivers meet in the city center. The banks of the river are ideal for strolling and discovering Lyon's treasures walking or by bike. Lively in the sunny days, the banks of the Rhône are ideal for a drink on the terrace of a barge. A more bucolic walk along the Saône is ideal for daydreaming.
Take a cruise and retrace the history of Lyon from a whole new angle!

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Berges du Rhône & Rives de Saône
Departure point: 2 Quai des Célestins
69000 Lyon

Metro line A or D – Stop: Bellecour



Welcome to Lyon's temple of gastronomy! The region's finest producers are waiting to let you taste their products and share their passion. Charcuteries, cheeses, quenelles, saucissons briochés, pralines... Named in tribute to Lyon's most famous chef, Les Halles are best to visit in the morning, when the hustle and bustle is at its greatest. The restaurants welcome you for lunch in the heart of Lyon's "belly"!
Please note that Les Halles are closed on Mondays.

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Halles Paul Bocuse
102 Cours Lafayette
69003 Lyon

Bus line C3 – Stop: Halles Paul Bocuse
Metro line B – Stop: Part-Dieu or Place Guichard
10’ walk from Lyon Part-Dieu station




La Vallée de la Gastronomie-France®, discover the Beaujolais region
Leaving from Villefranche-sur-Saône

Discover the Vallée de la Gastronomie - France®, a 620-km-long journey from Dijon to Marseille, the heart of simple pleasures and the French art of living. North of Lyon, the Beaujolais region, a UNESCO World Geopark, is one of the highlights of this journey, and offers a wide range of remarkable experiences: wine courses, picnics in the vineyards, immersion in the daily life of a winegrower - there's so much to discover. You'll discover a diversity of products and magnificent villages, proof of the exceptional gastronomic and viticultural heritage of the Saône and Rhône valleys.

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Le Palais idéal du Facteur Cheval

The ideal Palace of the Facteur Cheval in Hauterives is a marvel of naive architecture. Built by rural letter carrier Ferdinand Cheval, this sculptural masterpiece is an ode to creativity and imagination. Explore its towers, caves and unusual statues. A unique and fascinating place to discover, easily accessible from the ViaRhôna!  

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Le Corbusier Site

Discover the Site “Le Corbusier” in Firminy, a true architectural treasure. Immerse yourself in Le Corbusier's visionary world by visiting the Maison de la Culture, the Saint-Pierre church and the stadium. These emblematic buildings reflect the architect's creative genius. Admire the clean lines, bold geometric shapes and harmonious integration with the environment. A unique cultural experience that transports you into the fascinating world of modern architecture.

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Discover the best of the French countryside by combining a visit to Pérouges with an adventure along the ViaRhôna. Immerse yourself in the medieval atmosphere of Pérouges, with its cobbled streets and half-timbered houses, then hop on your bike for a picturesque ride along the ViaRhôna. Ride along the banks of the Rhône, admiring vineyards, castles and breathtaking natural landscapes. An experience combining history, culture and great outdoors that's not to be missed!


Le Parc du Pilat

Take a day trip to the Parc du Pilat, a true haven of peace. Hike through rolling landscapes, lush forests and verdant meadows. Admire breathtaking panoramas from Pilat's ridges and belvederes. Discover charming hilltop villages such as Malleval and Rochetaillée. Visit the Jardin des Curiosités in Pélussin for a unique botanical experience. And don't forget to sample local gastronomic specialities in a restaurant. A rejuvenating day in the heart of nature awaits you, just a stone's throw from Saint-Étienne.

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Pop-up Store Lyon Part Dieu

From 28 August 2023 to 8 October 2023
9h30am - 8pm  Monday to Saturday

Lyon Part Dieu
5 Pl. Charles Béraudier,
69003 Lyon


There is an official store available in the Rugby Village, find out more about it here.




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Mastercard priceless experience: Soak up Lyon's picturesque landscapes on a dining cruise with Les Bateaux Lyonnais

Enjoy a gourmet meal with a complimentary beverage as you take in the sights from the boat

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