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Lyon (in French: Lyon [ljɔ̃]; in Franco-Provencal: Liyon) is a city in central-eastern France, capital of the Metropolis of Lyon, the Rhone department and the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region . With 0.513 275 inhabitants in 2015 it is the third most populous in the country, behind Paris and Marseille. The traditional place-name in Spanish, now in disuse, is León de Francia to distinguish it from the homonymous city located in Spain.
Its urban area, with &&&&&&&& 02237676. &&&&& 02 237 676 inhabitants, is the second largest in the country, after Paris. Located north of the natural corridor of the Rhone Valley (linking Lyon with Marseille) and between the Massif Central to the west and the Alps to the east, the city of Lyon occupies a strategic position in the north-south circulation in Europe.
Ancient capital of Gaul during the Roman Empire; During the Middle Ages, Lyon became a commercial city and then in the 19th century a first-class financial plaza. Its economic prosperity increased successively by the monopoly of silk and then by the emergence of industries, especially textiles and chemicals. Today it is an important industrial center specialized in chemical, pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries.
Lyon is the second university city in France, hosting more than 140,000 students in its metropolitan area distributed in three universities and numerous engineering schools and "great écoles". It also has an important historical and architectural heritage, having a large area registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Historically known as the world capital of silk, famous as one of the gastronomic capitals of France among the main ones in the country.
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Lyon Urban Cocoon
La Suite Terreaux
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MOB HOTEL Lyon Confluence ★★★
Crowne Plaza Lyon – Cité Internationale ★★★★
InterContinental Lyon - Hotel Dieu ★★★★★
The Vieux Lyon (Old Lyon in Spanish) is the medieval and Renaissance district of Lyon. It is located on the banks of the Saone, at the foot of the Fourvière hill. This is one of the most extensive neighborhoods of the medieval and Renaissance period (along with Venice), which remains intact today.
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Studio au cœur de Lyon
Superbe Appartement Parc Tête d'Or
Host Inn - Cœur Vieux Lyon & Spa
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Hôtel Le Roosevelt ★★★★
Hotel de Paris ★★★
Résidence Villemanzy ★★★
Mercure Lyon Centre Saxe Lafayette ★★★★
Crédit Lyonnais (since 2005 LCL) is a French historical bank. In the early 1990s it was the largest French bank, mostly owned by the State. In that period, Crédit Lyonnais was noted for poor management that almost led to bankruptcy in 1993. It was finally acquired by another French bank, Crédit Agricole, in 2003.
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DIFY Joli - Place des Brotteaux
La Terrasse de St Jean
Mon Appart A GERLAND II
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Mercure Lyon Centre - Gare Part Dieu ★★★★
Grand Hotel des Terreaux ★★★★
Rue de la République
Rue de la République is a street located in arrondissements 1 and 2 of Lyon, France. It is the most important shopping street in the city. This area is served by the Bellecour, Hôtel de Ville - Louis Pradel and Cordeliers metro stations. It belongs to the area designated World Heritage by UNESCO.
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La Part Dieu côté 6ème !
Charme et Modernité au Cœur de Lyon
Les Cocons Emeraude et Fleuri
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Hôtel des Facultés ★
Hotel de Normandie ★★
Globe Et Cecil ★★★★new
La Guillotère is a neighborhood in the city of Lyon located on the left bank of the Rhone. The neighborhood is located mainly in the 7th arrondissement and also borders the 3rd in the Gabriel-Péri Square (former Plaza del Puente). This neighborhood is characterized by its social and ethnic diversity.
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Appartement de la gare
Saxe And The City , Downtown Lyon
The Lyon Courthouse (in French, Palais de Justice Historique de Lyon), whose interior decoration is listed Monument Historique, is a building located in the quai Romain-Rolland (right bank of the Saone), in the district 5 from Lyon, France, in the heart of the Vieux Lyon. Due to the columns on the facade of the building, the palace is sometimes referred to as "Palace of the twenty-four columns" ("Palais des Vingt-quatre colonnes").
It houses the Criminal Court of the Rhone, the services of the Court of Appeal of Lyon and the inter-regional judicial administrative service of the Center-East.
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La Suite en Rose - Spa - Brotteaux
Dock Ouest Residence Groupe Paul BOCUSE
Chambres d'hôtes Artelit
The garden of curiosities is a 6,000-square-meter León park. Located in the 5th district of Lyon on the heights of Saint-Just, which can be reached through the Abbé Larue square. It is also known as the Montréal garden, Mirador Abbé Larue or Jardin de Belvédère.
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Le Clos de la Part-Dieu-Guichard
Odalys City Lyon Bioparc
Stock Exchange Palace of Lyon
The Palacio de la Bolsa (in French, Palais de la Bourse or Palais du Commerce) is a building located in the 2nd District of Lyon, France. It currently houses the headquarters of the Lyon Chamber of Commerce and Industry. It is surrounded by the Place des Cordeliers to the south, the Place de la Bourse to the north, the Rue de la République to the west and the Rue de la Bourse to the east. The building was declared monument historique on February 10, 1994.
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Q7 Lodge Lyon 7
Honorê - Suites Bellecour
Rue Victor-Hugo (Lyon)
Rue Victor-Hugo, formerly called Rue de Bourbon, is a pedestrian street in the 2nd district of Lyon, France, located in the Presqu'île district. It is known for being one of the most important commercial arteries of Lyon. With a north-south orientation, it connects Place Bellecour with Place Carnot. Rue de la République represents its natural extension beyond Place Bellecour, thus constituting one of the longest pedestrian arteries in Europe.