60 Sights in Lyon, France (with Map and Images)

Premium Sights

Here you can book tickets, guided tours and other activities in Lyon:

Tickets and guided tours on Viator*

Guided Free Walking Tours

Here you can book free guided walking tours in Lyon:

Guided Free Walking Tours on GuruWalk*

Explore interesting sights in Lyon, France. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 60 sights are available in Lyon, France.

List of cities in France Sightseeing Tours in Lyon

1. Lugdunum Musée et Théâtres Romains

Show sight on map

Lugdunum, formerly known as the Gallo-Roman Museum of Lyon-Fourvière, is a museum of Gallo-Roman civilisation in Lyon. Previously presented at the Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon and the Antiquarium, the municipal Gallo-Roman collection was transferred to a new building designed by Bernard Zehrfuss and opened in 1975 near the city's Roman theatre and odeon, on a hill known as Fourvière, located in the heart of the Roman city. Internally, it is formed of a concrete spiral ramp descending and branching out into the display rooms. It is managed and operated by the Metropolis of Lyon jointly with the archaeological museum of Saint-Romain-en-Gal. As well as displaying its own permanent collections of Roman, Celtic and pre-Roman material, a plan-relief of the ancient town and scale models of its major monuments such as the theatre and the Odeon, it also regularly hosts temporary exhibitions.

Wikipedia: Lugdunum (museum) (EN), Website

2. Villa Gillet

Show sight on map

Villa Gillet is located in Lyon, in the Parc de la Cerisaie. It is a European and international house of contemporary writing. It gives voice to writers, thinkers and artists. It is a cultural institution that is interested in all forms of culture: literature, human, political and social sciences, history, contemporary arts, etc. It brings together artists, writers, novelists and researchers from around the world to nourish a public reflection on the issues of our time during conferences, debates, round tables, and readings. The City of Lyon, the Métropole de Lyon, the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs, the National Book Centre and the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region contribute in part to its operation. From 1989 until 2019 it was directed by Guy Walter, also Director of Subsistences.

Wikipedia: Villa Gillet (FR)

3. Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon

Show sight on map
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon - Photo Corentin Mossière / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon is a municipal museum of fine arts in the French city of Lyon. Located near the Place des Terreaux, it is housed in a former Benedictine convent which was active during the 17th and 18th centuries. It was restored between 1988 and 1998, remaining open to visitors throughout this time despite the restoration works. Its collections range from ancient Egyptian antiquities to the Modern art period, making the museum one of the most important in Europe. It also hosts important exhibitions of art, for example the exhibitions of works by Georges Braque and Henri Laurens in the second half of 2005, and another on the work of Théodore Géricault from April to July 2006. It is one of the largest art museums in France.

Wikipedia: Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon (EN), Website

4. Chapelle de l'hôpital Édouard-Herriot

Show sight on map

The chapel of the Édouard-Herriot Hospital in Lyon is located in the hospital complex built in the Grange Blanche district by the Lyon architect Tony Garnier from 1920. The initial project of this hospital, inaugurated by the President of the Republic Albert Lebrun in 1934, did not provide for a chapel. Following the demolition of the Hôpital de la Charité and by decision of the municipal council and Mayor Édouard Herriot, the sisters of the Hôpital de la Charité and those of the Hôtel-Dieu came to occupy these new premises as soon as they were completed. Tony Garnier entrusted the realization of the religious building to one of his students, Louis Thomas, who had joined his workshop in 1924.

Wikipedia: Chapelle de l'hôpital Édouard-Herriot (FR)

5. Eugène Pons

Show sight on map

Eugène Pons, born May 15, 1886 in Saint-Étienne and died in deportation on February 24, 1945 in the Neuengamme concentration camp, was a Catholic figure from Lyon, a printer and a French resistance fighter specializing in the printing of clandestine newspapers. From 1940 to 1944, he was responsible for printing newspapers of the Resistance, in particular Témoignage chrétien, Combat, La Marseillaise and Franc-tireur. He was also responsible for the 25,000 copies of Le Faux Nouvelliste on December 31, 1943. Taking the defense of one of the employees of his printing house, he was arrested in May 1944, then deported to Neuengamme where he died of exhaustion in 1945.

Wikipedia: Eugène Pons (FR)

6. Historic Site of Lyon

Show sight on map

The Vieux Lyon is the largest Renaissance district of Lyon. In 1964, Vieux-Lyon, the city's oldest district, became the first site in France to be protected under the Malraux law to protect France's cultural sites. Covering an area of 424 hectares between the Fourvière hill and the river Saône, it is one of Europe’s most extensive Renaissance neighborhoods. There are three distinct sections: Saint Jean, Saint Paul and Saint Georges. In 1998, Vieux Lyon was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List along with other districts in Lyon because of its historical importance and architecture.

Wikipedia: Vieux Lyon (EN), Heritage Website

7. Manécanterie

Show sight on map

The Manécanterie is an ancient monument situated in Lyon in Saint Jean district, in the 5th arrondissement of Lyon. It is placed side by side to the south southwest of the cathedral Saint Jean and is a part of the former convent of the cathedral. This small Romanesque building served first as dining hall to the canons of Saint Jean, before becoming a parish choir school, namely a school for the singing of the clergy. In 1998, it was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List along with other notable buildings in historic Lyon as a testimony to Lyon's long history and unique architecture.

Wikipedia: Manécanterie, Lyon (EN)

8. Jardin du Palais Saint-Pierre

Show sight on map
Jardin du Palais Saint-Pierre Mathilde Hospital / CC BY-SA 4.0

The garden of the Palais Saint-Pierre is a municipal garden in Lyon, located within the walls of the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon. It is part of a rectangle bounded by the arcades of the former cloister of the Benedictine abbey. Of regular style, it consists of lawn beds in half-moons or rectangular, punctuated by vegetation and different sculptures. It is located right in the city center on the peninsula. Like the Museum of Fine Arts, the garden is open every day, except Tuesdays and holidays, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Wikipedia: Jardin du palais Saint-Pierre (FR)

9. Parc Henry-Chabert

Show sight on map
Parc Henry-Chabert simlaurent / CC BY 3.0

Parc Henry-Chabert, previously Parc de Gerland and also called Parc du Confluent, is a large greenspace in Lyon situated on a former industrial site in the south of the city near the confluence of the Rhône and the Saone. Construction began in 1996, and the park was developed over an area of 80 hectares. The initial two phases of construction concluded in 2000 and 2006, and were carried out by landscape architect Michel Corajoud. The project was managed by Grand Lyon. The park was renamed to Parc Henry-Chabert on 19 December 2020.

Wikipedia: Parc Henry-Chabert (EN)

10. Fontaine des Jacobins

Show sight on map

The Place des Jacobins is a square located in the 2nd arrondissement of Lyon. It was created in 1556 and a fountain was added in 1856. The square belongs to the zone classified as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. According to Jean Pelletier, this square is one of the most famous in Lyon, because of its location in the center of the 2nd arrondissement and its heavy traffic, as 12 streets lead here. The square, particularly its architecture and its features, has changed its appearance many times throughout years.

Wikipedia: Place des Jacobins (EN)

11. Hôtel d'Estaing

Show sight on map

The Maison du Chamarier, also known as Hôtel d'Estaing, is a house at 37 rue Saint-Jean in the 5th arrondissement of Lyon, at the corner of Rue de la Bombarde. It was built in 1498 but the ancient ruins are from the thirteenth century. From Latin cameriarus, the word "Chamarier" means the superintendent of the finances of the bishop of the Lyon Cathedral. He also has the keys to the gates of the enclosure canonical. From the fifteenth century, he gathered the taxes collected during the fairs.

Wikipedia: Maison du Chamarier (EN)

12. Aux enfants du Rhône défenseurs de la Patrie

Show sight on map

To the children of the Rhône defenders of the Fatherland commonly known as the Monument des enfants du Rhône is a monument to the dead dedicated to the soldiers of Lyon who died during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870. It is located Place du Général-Leclerc at the entrance of the Parc de la Tête d'Or named "Porte des Enfants du Rhône" in Lyon in France. The sculpture was made by sculptor Étienne Pagny and was inaugurated on October 30, 1887.

Wikipedia: Monument des enfants du Rhône (FR)

13. Château de La Motte

Show sight on map

Château de La Motte is a French castle that is also known as The castle of La Motte or just La Mothe. It is located in the 7th arrondissement of Lyon, on the left bank of the Rhône. It stands near the junction of two ancient roads of eastern and southern Lyon, on the border between the Dauphiné and Lyonnais. It occupies a small hill created in Gallo-Roman times for flood protection and because of good visibility.

Wikipedia: Château de La Motte (Lyon) (EN)

14. Édouard Herriot

Show sight on map

Édouard Marie Herriot was a French Radical politician of the Third Republic who served three times as Prime Minister and twice as President of the Chamber of Deputies. He led the first Cartel des Gauches. Under the Fourth Republic, he served as President of the National Assembly until 1954. An historian by occupation, Herriot was elected to the Académie Française's eighth seat in 1946.

Wikipedia: Édouard Herriot (EN)

15. Odéon

Show sight on map

The Odeon of Lyon is a small ancient Roman theatre near the summit of the Fourvière hill in Lyon, France. It forms a pair with the Ancient Theatre of Fourvière, one of only two such pairs in Gaul. Along with other buildings in Lyon, it was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1998, protecting Lyon's long history as a powerful city and its unique architecture.

Wikipedia: Odeon of Lyon (EN)

16. Église Notre-Dame - Saint-Rambert

Show sight on map

The church of Notre-Dame de l'île Barbe is a religious building located in the 9th arrondissement of the city of Lyon in France, constituting one of the only vestiges of the former abbey of Île Barbe of the fifth century, located on the same island. The church itself was built in the eleventh or twelfth century by the monks of the Benedictine abbey of the island.

Wikipedia: Église Notre-Dame (Lyon) (FR)

17. Parc Sergent Blandan

Show sight on map

Parc Sergent Blandan, also shortened to Parc Blandan, is an urban park in the 7th arrondissement of Lyon in Lyon, France, adjacent to Cimetière de la Guillotière Ancien. With an area of 17 hectares, the park opened to the public on 13 September 2013 at the location of Caserne sergent Blandan, a military barracks previously known as "Fort Lamothe".

Wikipedia: Parc Sergent Blandan (EN)

18. Parc Jacob Kaplan

Show sight on map

Parc Jacob-Kaplan or Parc de la Buire is a 5,000 m2 park in Lyon, located in the Buire district of the 3rd arrondissement of Lyon. It is named after Jacob Kaplan, resistance fighter and then Chief Rabbi of France from 1955 to 1980. The park is significantly marked by hydraulic facilities and an artificial moat for rainwater infiltration.

Wikipedia: Parc Jacob-Kaplan (FR)

19. Jardin des Chartreux

Show sight on map

The Jardin des Chartreux is a Lyon park of about one hectare. Located in the 1st arrondissement of Lyon on the slopes of Croix-Rousse, it is crossed by the passage Gonin, pedestrian path, which connects the Cours Général-Giraud, which the garden runs along between the rue de la Muette and the place Rouville, to the quai Saint-Vincent.

Wikipedia: Jardin des Chartreux (FR)

20. Halle Tony Garnier

Show sight on map

The Halle Tony Garnier is an arena and concert hall in Lyon, France. It was designed by Tony Garnier in 1905. Originally a slaughterhouse, the building was renovated in 1987 and opened as a concert hall in 1988. With a capacity of nearly 17,000, it is the third biggest venue in France after the Accor Arena and Paris La Défense Arena.

Wikipedia: Halle Tony Garnier (EN), Website

21. Colline de Fourvière

Show sight on map

Fourvière is a district of Lyon, France, a hill immediately west of the old part of the town, rising from the river Saône. It is the site of the original Roman settlement of Lugdunum in 43 BC. The district contains many religious buildings including convents, monasteries and chapels. It is known in Lyon as "the hill that prays".

Wikipedia: Fourvière (EN)

22. Opéra de Lyon

Show sight on map

The Opéra Nouvel in Lyon, France, is the home of the Opéra National de Lyon. The original opera house was re-designed by the distinguished French architect, Jean Nouvel between 1985 and 1993 in association with the agency of scenography dUCKS scéno and the acoustician Peutz. Serge Dorny was appointed general director in 2003.

Wikipedia: Opéra Nouvel (EN)

23. Palais archiépiscopal

Show sight on map

The archiepiscopal palace of Lyon, or Palais Saint-Jean, is a building of medieval origin located in the 5th arrondissement of Lyon. Home of the bishops and archbishops of Lyon for many centuries, it has undergone many developments. Confiscated during the Revolution, it was used from 1974 to store the municipal archives of Lyon.

Wikipedia: Palais archiépiscopal de Lyon (FR)

24. Cour des Voraces

Show sight on map
Cour des Voraces Blaise LAUSTRIAT (je suis l'auteur) / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Cour des Voraces, also called Maison de la République, is a courtyard building in the Pentes quarter, in the 1st arrondissement of Lyon, famous for its enormous six-floor stairway. It is an impressive traboule, a covered passage with entrances on Place Colbert, Montée Saint-Sébastien and Rue Imbert-Colomès.

Wikipedia: Cour des Voraces (EN)

25. Église Sainte-Croix de Lyon

Show sight on map

The Sainte-Croix church of Lyon is a Catholic religious building destroyed in the nineteenth century. It is the northernmost church of the Lyon episcopal group including the Saint-Jean cathedral and the former Saint-Étienne church, remains of its foundations are visible in the adjoining archaeological park.

Wikipedia: Ancienne église Sainte-Croix de Lyon (FR)

26. Basilique Saint-Bonaventure

Show sight on map

The Église Saint-Bonaventure is one of the churches of the quarter Presqu'île, located on the Place des Cordeliers, in the 2nd arrondissement of Lyon. This is the only medieval building not demolished after the creation of the rue Impériale, under the Second Empire by the prefect Claude-Marius Vaïsse.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Bonaventure (EN)

27. Le Gros Caillou

Show sight on map

Le Big Caillou is one of the symbols of the La Croix-Rousse district of Lyon, in France. Erected as a stele, this very hard gray-white-white-white rock is a quartzite whose mineralogical composition shows that it has been transported from the Alps to Lyon by the glaciers: this is called a Erratic block.

Wikipedia: Le Gros Caillou (FR)

28. Démocrite méditant sur le siège de l'âme

Show sight on map
Démocrite méditant sur le siège de l'âme Léon-Alexandre Delhomme / CC BY-SA 3.0

Democritus meditating on the seat of the soul is a statue by Léon-Alexandre Delhomme (1841–1895), exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1868. It shows the Greek philosopher Democritus, his eyes fixed on a skull he holds in his hands. It is now exhibited in the garden of the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon.

Wikipedia: Democritus meditating on the seat of the soul (EN)

29. Jardin Rosa Mir

Show sight on map

The Jardin Rosa Mir is a garden located in the center of La Croix-Rousse quarter in the 4th arrondissement of Lyon, and created by Jules Senis. It is housed in a courtyard of the building at No. 83 Grande Rue de la Croix-Rousse. It can be accessed through a path located at No. 87 in the same street.

Wikipedia: Jardin Rosa Mir (EN)

30. Centauresse et Faune

Show sight on map

The Centauresse et le faune or Centauresse et Faune is a sculpture by Augustin Courtet installed in the garden of the Palais Saint-Pierre in 1849 before being transferred to the Parc de la Tête d'or near the Porte des Enfants du Rhône. The statue was cast by the Parisian founder Édouard Quesnel.

Wikipedia: Centauresse et Faune (FR)

31. Chapelle Sainte-Croix de Lyon

Show sight on map

The Sainte-Croix chapel or chapel of the Missionaries of Notre-Dame is a Byzantine-style building located in the 6th arrondissement of Lyon. Raised in memory of the victims of the siege of Lyon of 1793, it belongs to the Commission du Monument Religieux des Brotteaux, an association law of 1901.

Wikipedia: Chapelle Sainte-Croix de Lyon (FR)

32. Maison des Canuts

Show sight on map

The Maison des Canuts is a museum in Lyon, France. Emblematic of the Croix-Rousse district, it presents collections relating to canuts, silk workers from this district of Lyon, in particular functional looms, as well as elements related to the history of silk and its industry.

Wikipedia: Maison des Canuts (FR), Website

33. Église Notre-Dame Saint-Louis

Show sight on map

Notre-Dame Saint-Louis is a church dedicated to Catholic worship, located in the Guillotière district, in the 7th arrondissement of Lyon, of which it is the oldest parish sanctuary. It is located at the intersection of rue de la Madeleine and Grande rue de la Guillotière.

Wikipedia: Église Notre-Dame Saint-Louis de Lyon (FR)

34. Prison Montluc

Show sight on map
Prison Montluc This picture belongs to Xavier Caré. Please credit : Xavier Caré / Wikimedia Commons / CC-BY-SA. If you would like special permission to use, license, or purchase the image please contact me to negotiate terms. I'd appreciate if you could let me know about it or mail me ( xavier.carepm.me) if you want to use this picture out of the Wikimedia project scope. / CC BY-SA 3.0

Fort Montluc, also known as Fort de Villeurbanne, is a fort located in the 3rd arrondissement of Lyon. The fort was built in 1831 as part of the Ceintures de Lyon, which were a series of fortifications surrounding Lyon. It is currently used as a metropolitan police station.

Wikipedia: Fort Montluc (EN)

35. Théâtre de la Croix Rousse

Show sight on map
Théâtre de la Croix Rousse Benoît Prieur / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Théâtre de la Croix-Rousse is a theatre located in the 4th arrondissement of Lyon, on the Place Joannès-Ambre and built from the late 1920s. The designer of the place is Michel Roux-Spitz. In 1980, the architect Georges Bacconnier led a restoration of the interiors.

Wikipedia: Théâtre de la Croix-Rousse (FR)

36. Sculpture

Show sight on map

Sculpture sometimes nicknamed The Five Steel Menhirs, is a steel sculpture by Philolaos composed of five elements similar to menhirs. It has been installed since 1968 in the garden of the Les Érables building in La Duchère, on the Boulevard de La Duchère side (OSM).

Wikipedia: Sculpture (Philolaos) (FR)

37. Basilique de Fourvière

Show sight on map

The Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourvière is a minor basilica in Lyon, France. It was built with private funds between 1872 and 1896 in a dominant position overlooking the city. The site it occupies was once the Roman forum of Trajan, the forum vetus, thus its name.

Wikipedia: Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourvière (EN), Website

38. Amphithéâtre des Trois Gaules

Show sight on map

The Amphitheatre of the Three Gauls of Lugdunum (Lyon) was part of the Sanctuary of the Three Gauls dedicated to the cult of Rome and Augustus celebrated by the 60 Gallic tribes when they gathered at Lugdunum. In 1961, it was classified as a monument historique.

Wikipedia: Amphitheatre of the Three Gauls (EN)

39. Bourse du Travail

Show sight on map

The Bourse du Travail is a 1,950-capacity theatre located in Lyon, France. Built in 1929, it was designated a monument historique in 1989. Some of the artists that performed at the venue include Asia, Mötley Crüe, Blue Öyster Cult, Iggy Pop and Metallica.

Wikipedia: Bourse du Travail (Lyon) (EN), Website

40. Monument à la gloire du service de santé militaire

Show sight on map

The monument to the glory of the Military Health Service of Grange Blanche is a monument located in the 8th arrondissement of Lyon which commemorates the action of the soldiers of doctors from the Army Health School during the conflicts of the 20th century.

Wikipedia: Monument à la gloire du service de santé militaire de Grange Blanche (FR)

41. Musée d'histoire de la médecine et de la pharmacie de Lyon

Show sight on map

The Museum of the History of Medicine and Pharmacy of Lyon is a museum of the history of medicine and pharmacy created in 1914 by Alexandre Lacassagne and located in Lyon, in the building of the Faculty of Medicine of the University Claude-Bernard Lyon 1.

Wikipedia: Musée d'histoire de la médecine et de la pharmacie de Lyon (FR)

42. Église de l'Annonciation

Show sight on map

The Church of the Annunciation is a Greek Orthodox church located in Lyon rue d'Athènes in the seventh arrondissement. It depends on the Patriarchate of Constantinople and the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of France. It is dedicated to the Annunciation.

Wikipedia: Église grecque de l'Annonciation de Lyon (FR)

43. Musée d'Art Contemporain

Show sight on map

The Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon is a museum devoted to contemporary art, located in the 6th arrondissement of Lyon, in the Cité Internationale, next to the cinema, in front of the Parc de la Tête d'Or. It had over 42,000 visitors in 2007.

Wikipedia: Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon (EN), Website

44. Hôtel Bullioud

Show sight on map

The Bullioud hotel is a mansion in rue Jewrie in Lyon. He is known for the gallery of Philibert Delorme built following his trip to Italy (1536). Its decor is the first experience in France of a new architectural style, the Renaissance style.

Wikipedia: Hôtel de Bullioud (FR)

45. Château de la Jayère

Show sight on map

The Château de la Jayère is a former country house located in the 9th arrondissement of Lyon, in the metropolis of Lyon. On the hillside, below the district of La Duchère, it dominates the plain of Saône and the district of Vaise.

Wikipedia: Château de la Jayère (FR)

46. Église arménienne Saint-Jacques

Show sight on map
Église arménienne Saint-Jacques Sebleouf / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Armenian Church of Saint-Jacques de Lyon or Sourp Hagop Church is a religious building of the Armenian Apostolic Church located in the 3rd arrondissement of Lyon, at 40 rue d'Arménie. The church is dedicated to James of Nisibis.

Wikipedia: Église arménienne Saint-Jacques de Lyon (FR)

47. Mémorial National de la Prison de Montluc

Show sight on map
Mémorial National de la Prison de Montluc This picture belongs to Xavier Caré. Please credit : Xavier Caré / Wikimedia Commons / CC-BY-SA. If you would like special permission to use, license, or purchase the image please contact me to negotiate terms. I'd appreciate if you could let me know about it or mail me ( xavier.carepm.me) if you want to use this picture out of the Wikimedia project scope. / CC BY-SA 3.0

Montluc prison is a former prison located on rue Jeanne Hachette in the 3rd arrondissement of Lyon, France. It was known for being an internment, torture and killing place by the Gestapo during the occupation of France by the Nazis.

Wikipedia: Montluc prison (EN), Website

48. Catastrophe de Fourvière

Show sight on map

The Fourvière disaster was a tragic event in the city of Lyon that took place on the night of 12 to 13 November 1930. A section of the hill of Fourvière collapsed causing the destruction of buildings and the death of many people.

Wikipedia: Catastrophe de Fourvière (FR)

49. Mausolées romains de Julius Severianus, de Quintus Valerius et de Julia

Show sight on map

The tomb of Turpio is a Roman tomb part of a set of ten funerary monuments discovered on the outskirts of Lyon in 1885, during clearing work in the Saint-Just district. This set is to be linked to the ancient necropolises of Trion.

Wikipedia: Tombeau de Turpio (FR)

50. Espace culturel du christianisme à Lyon

Show sight on map

The Espace Culturel du Christianisme à Lyon (ECCLY), or Musée de l'Antiquaille, is an interpretation centre for the history of Christianity located on the Fourvière hill in Lyon, France, at 49 montée Saint-Barthélemy.

Wikipedia: Espace culturel du christianisme à Lyon (FR), Website

51. Le Patineur

Show sight on map

The Skater, or The Man of the Future or the Man of Freedom, is a sculpture by French artist César Baldaccini made in 1989. It has been installed since 1992 on Place Tolozan, in the 1st arrondissement of Lyon, in France.

Wikipedia: Le Patineur (César) (FR)

52. Louise Labé

Show sight on map

Louise Charlin Perrin Labé,, also identified as La Belle Cordière, was a feminist French poet of the Renaissance born in Lyon, the daughter of wealthy ropemaker Pierre Charly and his second wife, Etiennette Roybet.

Wikipedia: Louise Labé (EN)

53. La fresque des Lyonnais

Show sight on map

The Fresque des Lyonnais is a mural of 800 m2 of surface, located in Lyon, France. It represents twenty-four historical figures from Lyon and six contemporary figures. It was produced in 1994-1995 by CitéCréation.

Wikipedia: Fresque des Lyonnais (FR)

54. Site archéologique de Saint-Just Les Minimes

Show sight on map

The Basilica of Saint-Just also known as Saint-Just basilica or the Maccabees Basilica was one of the oldest and most powerful churches in the city of Lyon until it was destroyed during the French Wars of Religion.

Wikipedia: Basilica of Saint Justus (EN)

55. Fontaine Bartholdi

Show sight on map

The Fontaine Bartholdi is a fountain sculpted by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi and realised in 1889 by Gaget & Gautier. It was erected at the Place des Terreaux, in the 1st arrondissement of Lyon, in September 1892.

Wikipedia: Fontaine Bartholdi (EN)

56. Église Notre-Dame-Saint-Vincent

Show sight on map

The Église Notre Dame Saint-Vincent is a Roman Catholic church located in Lyon, on the banks of the Saône, quai Saint-Vincent, in the 1st arrondissement of Lyon. In 1984, it was classified as monument historique.

Wikipedia: Église Notre Dame Saint-Vincent (EN)

57. Parc de la Cerisaie

Show sight on map

The parc de la Cerisaie is an urban park in the Croix-Rousse 4th arrondissement of Lyon, France. It is partially situated on a slope, leading from the plateau of the Croix-Rousse down towards the river Saône.

Wikipedia: Parc de la Cerisaie (EN)

58. Église Notre-Dame de l'Annonciation

Show sight on map

The Church of Notre-Dame-de-l'Annonciation is a church assigned to Catholic worship located Place de Paris, opposite the Gare de Vaise, in the 9th arrondissement of Lyon, of which it is a "real visual signal".

Wikipedia: Église Notre Dame de l'Annonciation (Lyon) (FR)

59. Église Saint-Irénée

Show sight on map

The Saint Irenaeus Church, Lyon, located on the heights of Lyon in the neighborhood of St. Irenaeus, is one of the oldest churches in France. It is named for Irenaeus first Bishop of Lyon and Primate of Gaul.

Wikipedia: Saint Irenaeus Church, Lyon (EN)

60. Galeries souterraines de la balme Saint-Clair

Show sight on map

The fish bones, also underground galleries of the Balme Saint-Clair or sometimes network of the Fantasques, is the name given to a network of ancient galleries located under the Croix-Rousse plateau in Lyon.

Wikipedia: Arêtes de poisson (FR)

Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.

Share