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France’s third city is a cultural capital, an industrial centre, and one of Europe’s gastronomic centres, strategically placed at the junction of two rivers.
It’s also the cradle of cinema, and it’s brimming with cultural energy, with festivals, museums, and a thriving nightlife scene.

Lyon is divided into nine arrondissements (neighbourhoods) that run parallel to the rivers Saône and Rhône.
The 5th arrondissement is located west of the Saône and includes Fourvière Hill and Vieux Lyon, the city’s oldest quarters.

The stylish Croix-Rousse neighbourhood is formed by the 1st and 4th arrondissements, which are located between the two rivers.
The 2nd arrondissement and Presqu’île are located to the south of here, on a peninsula formed where the rivers converge.

Lyon is the gastronomic capital of France.
It is the hometown of Paul Bocuse, who is frequently named among the world’s best chefs, and it has a large number of Michelin-starred restaurants.
You could also go to a traditional bouchon.
Local Lyonnaise cuisine is served at these old-style pubs, which are often decorated with wood panelling and checked tablecloths.

The region around Place Bellecour and Hôtel de Ville, at the north end of the Presqu’île peninsula, has long been the epicentre of Lyon’s culinary scene.
In the Croix-Rousse neighbourhood, there are also plenty of fashionable restaurants to sample.

There are many restaurants to choose from in the 6th arrondissement, both French and international.
Les Brotteaux, the southern half of this neighbourhood, is one of the city’s most prestigious restaurant and bar districts.

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