Le Richelieu Hotel Lyon

25 rue Lalande, Lyon, Rhone-Alpes, 69006, France
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which train station to select

by hamminator

When taking the TGV from Paris to Lyon, what is the destination station? My niece is flying into Paris Charles De Gaul and needs to take the TGV to Lyon. Which station do I go to to pick her up?

Re: which train station to select

by K_V_B

Trains from the Paris - Charles de Gaulle all go to Lyon Part Dieu. Some trains from Paris Gare de Lyon however call at Lyon st. Exupèry (that's at the Lyon airport).
Basically when looking up times and prices on www.tgv.com just choose Lyon as destination and Aeroport CDG 2 TGV as origin, and you will get all convenient trains, and you will see where you will need to be to pick her up.

Re: which train station to select


In Paris the TGV to Lyon leaves from Gare de Lyon.
At Lyon it's station LYON ST EXUPERY TGV

Re: which train station to select


In Paris, the station for Lyon is undoubtedly Gare de Lyon.
In Lyon, the SNCF website is misleading. It proposes either "Lyon" or "Lyon Saint Exupéry TGV".

Actually, "Lyon" amazingly means either "Lyon Perrache" (old city center station) or "Lyon Part Dieu" (new station just out of the old center). All TGV go to Part Dieu. Some go on to Perrache (+12 minutes, which includes the stop in Part Dieu). Then, you have better chose Lyon Part Dieu to meet your niece.

"Lyon Saint Exupéry TGV" is not really in Lyon. It is 20km away, in the airport. There are much less trains going to Saint Exupery. However, if you drive a car, may be you can chose Saint Exupéry, where it is easy to park.

Travel Tips for Lyon

Theatres Romains. There are...

by FreeCloud

Theatres Romains. There are two amphitheaters. The larger one, Grand Theatre, is the oldest in France. It was built in 15 BC to seat 10k people and still used for open air performances. The smaller one, Odeon, has geometric tiled flooring (see travelogue for details).


by frenchlondon

You can get a coach to travel to/from the city centre..

Metro: cheap and convenient.

Hôtel de Ville - the City Hall

by OrlandoBR

So every French city has its City Hall, a beautifully ornamented building that stands out among all the others. The Lyonnaise version was built by Simon Maupin, and had its façade reformed in 1700 by J.H. Mansart.

Notice the "fountains" originating from the ground, 69 dancing jets of water that are lit up at night, in the beautiful square front of the building (Place des Terreaux).

Lyon for Young Families

by timtrina

Lyon was fantastic to visit with our daughter who was 5 years old at the time. In the park directly in front of our hotel, was a small kids amusement area, with carousel and other play equipment. Every corner we turned, brought another playground - Imogen had an absolute ball. We've even dedicated a travelogue to photos of her playing, showing all the different playgrounds visited...

Lyon - Los Angels of France?

by steveES

"Los Angeles"

In June, Los Angeles is usually grey with a layer of high level clouds, which was the same in Lyon. What surprised me is the amount of grafiti in Lyon, which -- ok -- gangs in LA I see grafiti every day, but I didn't imagine I'd see it in a country renouned for culture and good food.


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Address: 25 rue Lalande, Lyon, Rhone-Alpes, 69006, France