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  • Going out to eat in Lyon

    Before anything else, I have to say that my experience in Lyon was that of an Erasmus student, therefore it depended on grants and I could NOT go to gourmet or tapas restaurants as I would in Seville eeeeeevery weekend because France, when it comes to restaurants, is...

    0 by Alison, one year ago
  • The Croix-Rousse Market

    Market's are something very characteristic of France. They are different from those in Mexico because they are only available on certain days and at certain times. Let's say they're more like our "tianguis" (street markets). source Being a big city, Lyon has several...

    0 by Kate, one year ago
  • Lyon International Association

    During my first time in France I discovered an association called "Bienvenu à Caen". It is in charge of putting a French family in contact with a foreign student during the time that they will be in that city. You can invite them to have lunch with you, or you can...

    0 by Kate, one year ago
  • The Patinoire Charlemagne

    On the T1 tram line (the Hôtel de Région stop), very close to la Confluence, you'll find Lyon's biggest ice rink, the Patinoire Charlemagne. But, just so you know, the ice-rink is closed from May to October! When you first enter the building, you're met with the...

    0 by Hannah, 4 years ago

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