Charming flat entirely renovated, in the full downtown area, historic district "Vieux Lyon" near restaurants, pubs and museums. Apparent golden stones, height under ceiling and parquet floor. Very quiet and comfortable, ideal for a couple.
The sofa bed has just been changed for a real Kingsize bed !
The studio is like a little cocoon of 25 sq m fully equiped and renovated in 2015.
The sofa bed has just been changed for a real Kingsize bed !
You have access to the entire apartment
Do not hesitate if you need help with your stay!
LE VIEUX-LYON AND ITS THREE QUARTIERS
- Saint-Georges to the south, cradle of the silk that made the renown and the wealth of the city stayed a little away from the most popular tourist circuits. The neighborhood is a haven of peace where it is good to walk. Not to be missed: the Place de la Trinité and the house of the sun, which served as the setting for the first pieces of Guignol. From this square, the climb of Gourguillon allows to reach the district of St Just and Fourvière.
- Saint-Jean, built around the cathedral Saint-Jean that gave it its name, is the beating heart of the district and hosts shops and restaurants. Lined with Renaissance buildings, the streets are very busy all year round. From there many traboules leave these passages which allow to connect two streets through the buildings. One of the Renaissance's most prestigious residences is the Gadagne Museum, the City's History Museum and the International Puppet Museum.
- You can take the funicular, located next to the metro to climb up to the sublime Basilica of Fourvière and admire a breathtaking view of Lyon.
- In the north, the Saint-Paul district is known for its many cafes and theaters.
The entire neighborhood of Vieux Lyon was completely restored in the years (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Threatened by major urban planning, it is the first district to benefit from the Malraux law on the sectors saved in 1964. The 25 ha are now protected and have been an integral part since 1998 of the historic heritage site of l Humanity by UNESCO.
La Croix-Rousse, this beautiful hill overlooking our city of Lyon. This district with the accents of Mediterranean village with its thousand colors. Its inhabitants who sometimes proclaim themselves "Croix-Roussiens" before being Lyonnais. Its artists and its small shops abounding of the most beautiful secrets of Lyon.
The legacy of its history is present especially with its traboules and its very singular urbanism. The guided tour of the traboules is recommended, and it is worth it!
The Maison des Canuts is one of the must-see places in La Croix-Rousse, to know everything about the history of canuts and silk in Lyon.
You will also be able to watch a play at the mythical Croix-Rousse theater, admire the painted wall of the most famous Canuts in Lyon, stroll along the pretty promenade to the Gros Caillou which will offer you a sumptuous view of Lyon until the Alpes, visit the amphitheater of Trois Gaules, discover the Village des Créateurs, buy your fruits and vegetables at the famous Croix-Rousse market, which is present almost every day on the Boulevard ... And stroll through a multitude of typical shops, Restaurants, bars ...
Croix-Rousse is a very special neighborhood with a beautiful soul.
Centrally located in Lyon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, all major sights can be reached on foot from the apartment.
On the peninsula you will find beautiful buildings of the 19th century and important historical monuments, it is also an ideal place to go shopping, go to the cinema, and go out with its many restaurants, bouchons lyonnais, bars ...
The Place des Terreaux:
- The Place des Terreaux, a must-see place for Lyoners.
- The Hotel de Ville is one of the most imposing and remarkable historic buildings in Lyon.
- The Museum of Fine Arts is one of the most important in France and has works by Picasso, Matisse, Degas, Van Gogh ... The museum is housed in a former 17th century convent and has a peaceful inner courtyard where you can You walk.
- The fountain Bartholdi realized by the famous sculptor Colmarien of the Statue of Liberty in New York.
- The Opera of Lyon
- The Palais du Commerce, one of the most imposing buildings in Lyon.
- Nearby is the church of Saint Bonaventure which was formerly part of the Convent of the Cordeliers.
- A multitude of shops, branded stores, restaurants ...
The Place des Jacobins:
With its large fountain in the center, it is one of the most beautiful squares in Lyon. Rue Merciere is located just next door, historically it was the street of the printers of Lyon, today it is a street that has many restaurants and stoppers Lyon.
The Célestins Theater:
To attend a wide selection of plays.
- The largest pedestrian square in Europe. It is surrounded by beautiful 19th century buildings. In the center is a statue of Louis XIV.
A model of contemporary urban planning, where the layout has been imagined in its entirety: habitat, shops and services, leisure spaces, gentle transport modes and where the environment is preserved.
Stroll along buildings with bold architecture, such as the Orange Cube or the Darse, and discover places where creativity and entrepreneurship are at the party!
A certain idea of the future.
- The Confluence Museum: This dynamic project, backed by contemporary issues, challenges and challenges, is unprecedented in the multiple universe of European museums today. Its raison d'etre and its ambition are to question the "long time" alone able to understand the complexity of the world and to ensure its fundamental mission of dissemination of knowledge.
It is the Earth from its origins, and humanity in its history and geography that the Confluences Museum questions.
To do this, the Rhône department chose a strong, original architectural creation, in relation and echo of the intellectual and conceptual project of the museum.
- Leisure and trade center: A large semi-open shopping center, on the edge of the confluence, where you will find many shops, restaurants, cinema and leisure areas such as a climbing center.
- Sugar, sugar: Sucre is a cultural place, located on the roof of the Sucrière in Lyon.
It hosts clubs, concerts, aperitifs, conferences and events throughout the year. A must-see place for Lyoners.
- The Vaporetto river shuttle at 2 €: Departure every hour, this shuttle leaves from Confluence, makes a first stop in Bellecour, and ends at St Paul's Station, City Hall. A very nice way to get around, which changes public transport! It is also possible to take it in the opposite direction.
Direct bus from Train Station Lyon Part Dieu - 20 min maximum, stop is just in front of the flat (stop "St Paul", line C3)
Subway station Hotel de Ville across the bridge (5 min walking)
The sofa bed has been replaced recently with a real comfortable double bed.
Kindly note that there is no lift in the building, and the flat is located at the 3rd floor.