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Discover Lyon, capital of Gaul

The Hotel des Remparts is ideally located for exploring the city of Lyon. You will stay on the peninsula of Lyon, in the heart of the city, close to all urban transport networks. You will not miss to go to the halls of Lyon-Paul-Bocuse, where you will understand why the city is nicknamed the capital of gastronomy ... The visit of the Old Lyon is also a must of your passage in the city of light, all like a boat ride on the Rhone and Saone. The museum of Confluences with exceptional architecture is also a must!

Visit Old Lyon

From Saint-Paul to Saint-Georges, Vieux Lyon stretches over 20 hectares along the Saône. Incredibly well preserved, Vieux Lyon, with its narrow streets, is a witness of the medieval and Renaissance periods, as well as the symbol of the grandeur of the city at this time. To not miss anything, do not hesitate to take part in a historic guided tour, which will allow you to discover the many remarkable buildings of the place, like the hotel of Gadagne, the Lodge of Change or the house of the Chamarier.

Visit Lyon by boat

Do you want a different point of view on the facades and the remarkable buildings of the city? You have the opportunity to discover the capital of the Gauls differently, by boarding one of the boats proposed by the cruisers of the city. You will sail on the Rhone and Saone and enjoy exceptional panoramas.

The museum of Confluences

15 minutes from the Hotel des Remparts, a landmark building of the city, surprising, atypical ... The Confluence Museum, nestled on the southern tip of the peninsula of Lyon. The famous Museum of Natural History and Anthropology houses and presents collections and exceptional exhibitions, which will appeal to young and old alike.

The halls of Bocuse

Lyon is not nicknamed the capital of gastronomy by chance. The halls, "the belly" of Lyon, are the perfect illustration. Just 3 km from your charming hotel in Lyon, the Lyon-Paul-Bocuse halls are home to more than 13,000 m² of dozens of shopkeepers and restaurateurs who will introduce you to Rhone gastronomy.