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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Park
“Pour les animaux et la course a pied If you want to enjoy a zoo or for runners ”
  • 768 locals recommend
Museum
“ Si vous n'êtes pas fans d'art, entrez au moins dans la très jolie cour, reposante (gratuit) / Museum of Arts - if you're not a fan, at least enter (for free) the nice and quite courtyard”
  • 264 locals recommend
Church
“Very nice view over the city Go with the funicular from Vieux Lyon metro station and walk downhill through Roman theatres and Montée du Gourguillon”
  • 297 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“This is obviously the most visited neighbourhood in the city and it dates back to the Renaissance period. It is in fact the second largest Renaissance area in Europe behind Venice.”
  • 318 locals recommend
Plaza
“walk 650m to saint jsut station,take F1,then transder to F2 to fourviere,it's nearby.at night,the sight is sympatic.”
  • 278 locals recommend
Science Museum
“A personal favorite. The newest Lyon museum has changing temporary exhibitions covering both ethnology and natural history. The location is right at the meeting point of the Saone and Rhone rivers. Family-friendly with lots to see on any given day. Do not miss going to the terrasse on the top floor. Easily accessible by bicycle or public transport (Tram T1 stop). Closed on Mondays, open late on Thursdays.”
  • 207 locals recommend
Electronics Store
“ Ce centre commercial réunit restaurants, salles de cinéma, hypermarché, boutiques et grandes enseignes. 267 boutiques. This mall gathers restaurants, cinemas, supermarket, shops and major retailers.”
  • 175 locals recommend
Plaza
“Place de légende, office du tourisme, transports, vue imprenable sur fourviere Tourism officee, main square of the city”
  • 152 locals recommend
Castle
“Take the telepherique/cablecar up to Bastille or hike up the steps for a magnificent view of the city. It is a military fort built in the nineteen century during the war. It now features fun attractions like the cave, views, restaurants and zipline.”
  • 113 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“As you step away from the Annecy Old Town and you stroll along the main canal, the pathway will take you towards the Lac d Annecy (Lake Annecy). This is the third largest lake in France, so bring your camera, because the view is quite impressive! There are plenty of activities to choose from. You can hire a motor boat, or you can choose to get on a pedal boat and take your time relaxing whilst sunbathing in the French sunshine. Alternatively, you can choose to spend some time in the beautiful Jardins de l’Europe (Gardens of Europe). Where else you can relax at the 18th century gardens with a view over a beautiful lake and the spectacular backdrop of the mountain range. It is stunning! These days, the gardens feature a much smaller number of original plants; thus allowing for a clearer view of the lake. Win-win situation here. If you are travelling to Annecy with kids, then this will be a great place for you to stretch your legs too. The park has an extensive grassy area for kids to loose some energy and there is also a kids play park with a bunch of slides, swings and other funky toys to play with.”
  • 110 locals recommend
Electronics Store
“Easy access by boat / metro + tram / or by the enjoyable riverside walk (count 20 minutes on foot / 10 minutes on bike)”
  • 98 locals recommend
Wine Bar
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“Marché couvert aux produits exceptionnelles à ramener pour cuisiner ! Covered market with outstanding products to bring back and cook ! ”
  • 153 locals recommend
Museum
“Nice to have an idea of the french way life with all these miniature scene. The cinema part could impress younger children, be carefull.”
  • 78 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Centre Commercial en plein air - Restaurants - Apple store - Hollister - G star - Zara ...”
  • 111 locals recommend
Science Museum
“With a unique architecture of a crystal cloud, the museum offers very interesting expos on history, science and art”
  • 120 locals recommend
Park
“So much to see, you can spend as little as 2 hours or a full weekend trekking, or weeks”
  • 47 locals recommend