Best Western Lyon St Antoine

1, rue du Port du Temple, Lyon, Rhone-Alpes, 69002, France
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Getting to the airport

by safdb

Once in Lyon, what is the best way to get to St. Euxpery airport?

Re: Getting to the airport

by ghosthunter

Here are you options for getting from the airport into town so you can work out how to do it the other way round :

Re: Getting to the airport

by kokoryko

From the train stations (Perrache or Part-Dieu) are buses going to St Exupéry about every 20 mn.
Check the official website from the Lyon public bus transportation company.

Travel Tips for Lyon

Le parc zoologique

by Klod5

Le parc zoologique a été créé en même temps que le parc. C'est le deuxième en France après la ménagerie du jardin des plantes, et le cinquième en Europe. Au début, on ne parlait que d'une ferme à vocation pédagogique, avec quelques animaux sauvages locaux, mais peu à peu, les aménagements se multiplient pour accueillir de nouveaux pensionnaires et le parc se transforme en véritable zoo.

Le zoo accueille maintenant des animaux venus du monde entier. Il s'étend sur plus de 6 hectares, et comprend plusieurs centaines d'animaux, dont beaucoup de grands mammifères, certains étant très rares, tels le Lion de l'Atlas, éteint dans la nature depuis les années 1920. Une collaboration scientifique le réunit depuis longtemps à l'Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Lyon.

En octobre 2006, le parc a inauguré "La Plaine Africaine", un espace où 130 espèces d’animaux différentes - pour certaines protégées - vont cohabiter en liberté sur 2,5 hectares. Les paysagistes et les architectes ont privilégié la visibilité en fondant les enclos dans le décor. Les animaux réapprennent à vivre ensemble et bénéficient de ce grand espace pour chasser l'ennui. The zoological park has been created at the same time as the park. It is the second in France after the menagerie of the garden of the plants, and the fifth in Europe. In the beginning, one only spoke of a farm to educational vocation, with some local wild animals, but little by little, amenities increase to welcome new boarders and the park turns into real zoo.

The zoo now welcomes some animals come from all over the world. It spreads on more of 6 hectares, and understands several hundreds of animals, of which a lot of big mammals, some being very rare, like the Lion of the Atlas, extinct in the nature since the years 1920. A scientific collaboration unites it for a long time at the Veterinary National school of Lyons.

In October 2006, the park inaugurated " The Level African ", a space where 130 different animal species - for some protected - are going to cohabit in liberty on 2,5 hectares. The landscapists and the architects privileged the visibility while founding the enclosures in the decor. The animals learn again to live together and benefit from this big space to hunt the boredom.

Lyon en bus urbain

by Klod5

Avec plus de 100 lignes urbaines et plus de 3000 arrêts, les bus TCL vous conduisent au plus près de votre destination.
Les arrêts sont signalés par le logo TCL. Vous y trouverez un plan de la et des ligne(s) concernées avec les horaires de passage, une évaluation des temps de parcours et le Point Service le plus proche pour acquérir vos titres de transport. S'il s'agit d'un abribus, vous disposerez en plus d'un plan complet du réseau. Lorsque votre bus arrive, pensez simplement à faire signe au conducteur car l'arrêt n'est pas systématique. En montant, n'oubliez pas de valider votre ticket ou votre abonnement, et de le conserver jusqu'à la descente. Vous pouvez aussi acheter un ticket à l'unité auprès du conducteur, à condition de disposer de monnaie.

Traboules and inner courtyards in Lyon (part one)

by sandrathebest

The traboules are small passages that actually connect two parallel streets.

It's a unique feature in Lyon and no tour here is complete without it.
The traboules hide behind the facades of the old Lyon buildings.
You will have to search them a little bit.

Ones entered the traboules, you'll make you're way threw and under some Buildings and find a way out on the next street.
On your way in the traboul you will find beautiful inner courtyards, spiral staircases, balconies, and wonderful architecture.

The entrance to the traboul is through a door of an old apartment building, which doesn't tell what is behind it.

Actually the feeling is that you invade someone's privacy.
And yes, there are people living in those houses, but they know that they live in historical and architectural monuments. And there is an agreement between the residents and the Lyon tourist office that allows tourist to enter the traboules and inner courtyards during daytime.
Just see that you respect people privacy and don't make to much noise.

The majority of interesting traboules lies in the Saint Jean quarter and connect Boeuf st. with Trois Maries st. and Saint Jean st. (three very nice little parallel street in old Lyon) but there are others that I'll mention soon
Few are marked by a little metal sigh on the side of the door, but many are not marked.
To enter a traboul you'll have to open its door by pressing on the intercom button.
You have better chances if you do it before 12.00 noon, as doors are automatically set to open until midday (for the postman, cleaning services etc), and they may be locked afterward.
Don't try to call any resident and don't try to type a code, just push the main button, the door will open, and a secret world will appear behind it.

It is worth trying opening doors, even if you are not sure what's behind it.
In the worst case you'll enter the garbage cans place, but if you chose right you will find a beautiful inner courtyard, or traboul.

Since i have no more space here, continue reading my tip on "Traboulesand inner courtyards in Lyon" part two

The Place St.-Jean Is Just North of the Cathedral

by hquittner

In the center of the Place St-Jean is a fountain with four basins and above this a set of statues recreating the Baptism of Christ. East of the square is the Cathedral. On the north east aspect of the church are pieces of the foundations of the previous church of St. Etienne started in the 4C with a baptistry and an arch from a 15C church of Ste. Croix. On the south side of the Cathedral is the choiir school (or Manecanterie) built in the 12C.

Simple Recommendations

by jdolsen

"Take the Met"

The Met is easy to use. Just read the Maps. Be prepared with Euro COINS, which you have to really plan for. Not everywhere will give you change.

"RED Bikes"

There are many locations to rent and return Red Bikes that you can ride around town. It is safer than in some cities because of the very wide sidewalks which have bike lanes--you do not have to be out in the traffic.
Most of them have baskets on the front to carry your "stuff". I did not use one, as most of the travel I did was so far, the underground train was much easier.

"Cooking Class"

My most wonderful experience during our whole trip was the day I spent cooking with Chef Jean Marc Villard. We prepared a gourmet level meal in his instructional chef's kitchen, and then ate it on the patio. He does speak fluent English, if you need it.
This experience was well worth the cost.
The information is below:
1 rue de Bellevue
Nord - Extérieur de Lyon (Grand Lyon)

Tel : +33 (0)4 78 35 06 07
Email :
Web : www.cuisinedechef


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Address: 1, rue du Port du Temple, Lyon, Rhone-Alpes, 69002, France