Premiere Classe Isle d'Abeau

RN 6, Zone Hoteliere Quartier du Lombard, Isle-d'Abeau, Rhone-Alpes, 38080, France
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After Lyon, Where can I go???

by Vsurfer

Hi! I´ll be at Lyon for businees during 4 days and after that I will have more 3 days to travel around. Could anybody give me some advices about nice places near Lyon or in the way to Germany. Thanks in advance! Vini ( Brazil )

Re: After Lyon, Where can I go???

by lotharscheer

If you take the train to Augsburg, Strasbourg is a nice town. Also nice, but not direct on the way is Beaune.

Re: After Lyon, Where can I go???


You have already plenty of suggestions. I will only add one or two near Lyon (if you have a car).

Pérouges, 20 km east to Lyon is an amazing middle ages little city worth the visit. Look at

A little gem that is out of Lyon but reachable by bus (number 40 or 70) is the ancient cars museum in Rochetaillée. Look at

Re: After Lyon, Where can I go???

by plancarpin

you can also easily take a day in Geneva, only 90 minutes driving away, or in the french alps (Chamonix is 2 hours drive), but obviously, this will be very related to weather conditions;
if you miss the sun, then head to the south; nice villages are located south, between Valence and Avignon, only 2 hours away, and usually sunny when it is cold in Lyon.
dunno if you are flying or driving to Ausburg (Munich airport) will be the closest; if driving, you can stop on yiour way in Burgundy 5beaune is fine as said before), and also Dijon and Colmar, or through Switzerland
enjoy your stay!

Travel Tips for Lyon

Presqu' île

by OrlandoBR

Lyon is cut by two rivers, the Rhône and the Saône, which for a long urban peninsula, if you can call it that - Presqu' île means "almost an island". There are squares (Place des Terreaux, Place Bellecour), the Hôtel de Ville, the Opera, most of the commerce in Lyon, and the Lyon Perrache train station.

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 downtowwn. It has been remplaced by tram line "Rhoneexpress", 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)

Lyon's Markets

by custardpomme

The markets, held most mornings by the river, are really worth a browse. After spending 6 weeks in France, I can honestly say that the eclairs sold at these markets are the very best I'd tried...and I'd tried quite a few :-) Find them at the stand selling all things sweet.

Plenty of fresh produce is on sale and you may just feel like some fresh fruit after all that delicious but heavy Lyonnaise cuisine!

If you come to lyon during...

by aaricia

If you come to lyon during october and november you ll find the fair right in the center of the city.It s a lot of fun and quite typicall of lyon.we call it la vogue aux marrons because the specialty you can find there is roasted chessnuts...their soooo good!!
The ferris wheel gives you an amazing view of the entire city.The atmosphere is so childish too it s fun.

Lyon -- Paris' culture without boring museums

by mattreider

"Lyon -- France's Second City"

Lyon has a passing resemblance to France's first city. Old apartment blocks, ancient and modern churches, even a small iron tower. However, the lack of museums or special monuments allows one to enjoy what France really has to offer -- great food and wine, a pleasurable lifestyle, and free time.

Lyon has enough tourist attractions -- a few churches, a Roman amphitheater, and an Old town; but the real fun begins when you find somewhere to sit and eat, and watch the town go by.


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