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The picturesque city of Lyon (LYS) lies in south-eastern France. Culture lovers in particular will adore it here, as the many historical sights draw visitors in droves every year from around the world. The Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourvière towers above Lyon (LYS) and is the first port of call for many visitors to Lyon. You should definitely not miss a visit to Vieux Lyon. This district was built in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and is now one of the city's most popular places. Right next to the Hotel de Ville is the opera, which has a small studio on the roof and an amphitheatre in the cellar.
Book your Lyon (LYS) flights now and fall in love with this charming French city. Many sights and historical places are waiting for you to discover them. The first stop on a city tour for many tourists are the remains of the Roman amphitheatre. Onwards to the opera, which is adjacent to the world-famous Hotel de Ville. But Lyon (called Lugdunum by the Romans) has even more in store, such as the Places des Terreaux with its beautiful fountain. The Parc de la Tête d'Or, the largest urban park in France, is a little quieter and home to a rose garden, a zoo and a botanical garden.
Book your Lyon (LYS) flights now and experience the unique charm of this French city. The annual Festival of Lights in particular is the main attraction for many holidaymakers. Once a year, you can enjoy an unforgettable stroll surrounded by avant-garde lighting. Pamper your palate after a night tour of the city with the world-famous Lyon cuisine, which may be simple but no less delicious. Try the famous Andouillette (pork and chitterlings sausage), fresh trout from the rivers of the French Alps or fresh vegetables grown locally. Paul Bocuse, a three Michelin star restaurant, is especially exquisite. But the many smaller restaurants also treat their guests to delicious dishes and excellent wines.