In this northern neighborhood, you’ll discover Lyon’s history of silk making at museums and workshops like the Maison des Canuts (silk workers). From here, it’s a short walk to other sights in Presqu’île and the Old City.» See hotels in Croix Rousse.
East of the Rhône River, this neighborhood is named for the Part-Dieu train station. The area is home to the city’s commercial district, but also sights like the Lumière Institute and the famed covered market Les Halles de Lyon - Paul Bocuse. While it can be a bit far to walk to other parts of the city, Part-Dieu is well serviced by public transport.» See hotels in Part-Dieu.
Situated in the tip of land between the Rhône and Saône Rivers, you’ll find the Gare Lyon Perrache in this area. From here, it’s an easy walk to the Old City and sights farther north in Presqu’île.» See hotels in Perrache.
This area between the Rhône and Saône Rivers to the north of Perrache contains many of the city’s main tourist sights, including the Beaux-Arts Museum and the Opera House, as well as the Carré d’Or shopping district. You can easily walk from here to the Old City.» See hotels in Presqu'île.
Home to sights like the Roman theaters and the St. Jean Cathedral, the central hilly neighborhood of Vieux Lyon (Old Lyon) is the heart of touristed Lyon. Explore the passageways of the Old City on the banks of the river or the neighborhood's several parks. From here, it’s easy to walk to Presqu’île and the Croix Rousse.» See hotels in Vieux Lyon.