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August Weather and Touring Outside Lyon

by bognerbabe

We will be in Lyon for 3 weeks July-August. What might we expect weather wise? Also would appreciate any ideas on places to visit outside Lyon, day trips by car. Thanks from Whistler Canada.

Re: August Weather and Touring Outside Lyon

by ExParisian

It can vary enormously, it could be 10-15 C and raining solid for weeks on end (like last year, and the year before!) or it could be 30-38 C for the whole month of August. But it is inland and usually summers are hot (and sticky).

Lyon never had much of a reputation in France (industrial, a bottleneck, unrest -riots in the 80s-, staid, distant population, boring place, etc. -you name it).. until the early 90s. Like its football club, the whole place changed dramatically. Lyon underwent massive restoration work in the 80s and 90s and has now got an exceptional Old Town, and it is now a UNESCO World heritage site.

The Beaujolais vineyards (La Route du Beaujolais, round Villefranche-sur-Saone) are a good destination, or Chambéry an hour away is a gem of a town.

Re: August Weather and Touring Outside Lyon

by ricky52

Trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local on the day variations.
This information should be used as a guide only.
Here is the average weather for Lyon for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

High 79f / 26c
Low 61f / 16c
Rain 2.39in / 60.6mm
Sun % 41

High 79f / 26c
Low 60f / 16c
Rain 3.02in / 76.7mm
Sun % 36

Travel Tips for Lyon

La Primatiale-Saint-Jean

by Klod5

L’église Saint-Jean-Baptiste-et-Saint-Étienne, souvent appelée cathédrale Saint-Jean ou primatiale Saint-Jean est la cathédrale et primatiale de Lyon (France). Le terme de primatiale vient de celui de Primat des Gaules, titre historique de l'évêque de Lyon.

Construite de 1180 à 1480, elle mélange le style roman et le gothique. Elle abrite une horloge astronomique du XIVe siècle. On peut y observer la chronologie de construction : l'abside et le chœur sont romans et plus l'on s'avance vers la façade, plus le style est gothique.
Les vitraux, tels que la rosace centrale et celles du transept datent des alentours de 1390 et sont dans des tons bleu-violet caractéristiques. La couleur des vitraux a été adaptée à leur position: les plus au sud ont des couleurs froides pour compenser la chaleur du soleil, alors que ceux au nord ont des couleurs plus chaudes.
L'abside est la partie la plus ancienne, datant du XIIe siècle et est donc intégralement romane.

latest news for airport transportation in Lyon

by plancarpin

Brand new info valid from today aug.09th , 2010
The former airport bus "Satobus" is no more operating between Saint Exupéry airport and downtown. It has been remplaced by tram line "Rhonexpress", operating from Part Dieu train station with 2 stops in between. 1 tram very 15 minutes, journey below 30 minutes. Fare 13 euros one way, 23 euros round trip
more infos on the website below (french only, so far)

Rhone river cruise

by ericchen

There's two daily cruise along the historical sides along the river with guide narrating in English/German and French. I wasn't aware that Lyon is such a cultural rich city... I end up stay two more days there exploring it and it really worths it.

Streets of Lyon

by myrtle

It seems a bit dangerous to stand in the middle of the street to take a picture like this, but as far as I remember I was actually standing on the median/round-a-bout. I just loved how you can see buildings up on a hill. This picture was taken on my first visit to Lyon, and I had been studying in Nantes. Nantes seemed really flat after I visited Lyon.

amazing food

by iaint

"for foodies"

Its the gastronomic heart of France (others would claim other places should get that distinction).

I've been twice, and to lots of other places in France from Strasbourg to Biarritz, Marseille to Rennes. Lyon must be right up there near the top.

Its also a nice city, and the old parts are definitely worth exploring.

TGV gets you there from Paris in 3 hours.


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