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LYON CITY GUIDE FOR ERASMUS & INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

COMPLETE LYON CITY GUIDE FOR YOUR ERASMUS


You are an international student doing your Erasmus in the gorgeous city of Lyon, which is located in France's Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, is well-known for its delectable cuisine, stunning architecture, and vibrant atmosphere. Lyon will enchant you whether you're a foodie, a history nerd, or just a curious tourist. We welcome you to explore Lyon's riches and take in the distinctive atmosphere of this all-encompassing city by using this complete city guide.


To enrich your culture and learn more about French history during your Erasmus in Lyon.

Explore the historic homes and cobblestone lanes of Vieux Lyon, a UNESCO World Heritage site, when you go there.

Discover the majestic ecclesiastical structure, Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourvière, which offers sweeping views of the entire city.

Using the fascinating collection of objects at the Musée Gallo-Romain de Lyon-Fourvière, you may fully immerse yourself in the Roman history of the area.


Basilique notre dame de fourvière

The Lyon city is renowned for its gastronomy.

Bouchons lyonnais: Try some of the city's numerous authentic bouchons to enjoy the local cuisine.

Halles de Lyon, Les Paul Bocuse, take a tour of this covered market known for its delectable cuisine and fresh products.

Discover this renowned cooking school, Institut Paul Bocuse, and discover the gastronomic secrets of Lyon.


Les Halles Paul Bocuse

As an international student, you need to visit these iconic places.

Place Bellecour: wander through Lyon's biggest plaza, take in the Louis XIV equestrian statue, and savor the abundance of cafés and shops.

Parc de la Tête d'Or: unwind in this great city park, see the free zoo, and learn about its lovely lake.

Consider the enormous mural known as Mur des Canuts, which depicts the lives of silk workers and is a representation of Lyon's industrial past.


Place Bellecour

During Erasmus in Lyon, don't hesitate to go on local excursions.

Beaujolais vineyards: Take a day trip to explore and sample the world-famous Beaujolais vineyards' wines.

Find out more about Pérouges, a charming medieval village near Lyon with stone homes and cobbled streets.

Les Monts d'Or: climb these lush mountains for stunning panoramas of Lyon.

Vignes Beaujolais

Lyon is a must for lovers of culture, gastronomy and history. Whether you want to sample regional cuisine, visit historic sites or simply enjoy the city's friendly atmosphere, Lyon is sure to please. This guide has given you a complete overview of what Lyon has to offer, but don't hesitate to go further and discover for yourself what the city has to offer during your Erasmus.

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