A former industrial port, Confluence is now Lyon's new trendy district. It boasts ultra-modern coloured cube-shaped buildings, an industrial pavilion restored to house a contemporary art centre, and a small revisited port: guided tour of the area.
Christèle Daccache is a nutritionist and the blogger behind Health'n'Horizons. On her blog, she shares healthy recipes and nutrition tips as well as posts about her travels and new life in France.
A great museum at the confluence of rivers and knowledge...
As a writer on France Mary Anne have a wonderful opportunity to visit the cities she loves and writes about them. At Mary Anne is able to cover the whole of France, but the great and varied city of Lyon remains at the top of my list. She visit whenever she can and as she have a house in the Auvergne, Lyon makes a perfect stopping place.
Larissa Olenicoff is a travel addict and iPhone photographer with a passion for Europe in particular. Her travel blog The Blonde Gypsy is a colorful whirlwind of eye-candy, travel tips, and unexpected adventures that seeks to inspire world travel while simultaneously providing insight into the culture and landscape of destinations. Her visit to Lyon in December 2012 was in cooperation with and .
Anne Schetelat, a tourist guide at La Croix-Rousse, takes us to explore the slopes of La Croix-Rousse. She explains the specific architecture to be found in this suburb overlooking Lyon's Presqu'île district.
Jean Bernard, a tourist guide at the Cathedral of Saint-Jean, takes us for a behind-the-scenes discovery tour of the site.
Claude Javodin, a tourist guide, tells us the story of the Fourvière Basilica
Gilbert Coudène, mural artist and Director of Cité Création
Along with Berlin, Lyon is the European capital of mural paintings, and is one of the top five cities in the world in terms of the amount of murals.
Caelyn Knight, Ballet dancer at the Opéra de Lyon.
"Over and above its extremely diverse repertoire and superb architecture, I feel that one of this opera's greatest strengths is its openness to the rest of the city".