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What you should know about Eurexpo

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The huge convention and performance center named Eurexpo is around 9 miles from the city of Lyon, France. Some travelers may come to this area for the reasonable hotel rates and the access to so many activities and attractions, while others come for conferences/expositions. Chassieu is the town that Eurexpo calls home, and it is a charming destination in its own right. The area is a gateway to the French Alps, and it's a great stop on the way to Northern Italy and Germany. Accommodations vary, but there are plenty of modern rooms with free wi-fi and on-site dining options. is the best place to find hotels around Eurexpo, Lyon, since their search function makes it easy and fast. Enter your destination and the days you'll need rooms and will give you a comprehensive list of every accommodation available.

What's Eurexpo, Lyon Like?

The town of Chassieu has theaters, restaurants, and sports facilities, and is a charming place to spend a day. For those who enjoy hiking, there are walking tours of vineyards, monuments, and waterfalls close to the town. Genas is about 20 minutes away, offering beautiful scenery, local bistros, and some interesting architecture. Most of the area around Eurexpo is full of monuments, museums, and ancient history, so ask your hotel concierge about the sites they recommend. If you want more culture, Lyon's Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is only a short ride on the train away. Also check to see if there are any performances at Eurexpo, as they do hold musical and other entertainment events.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Eurexpo, Lyon

In Lyon and around the Eurexpo area, you should have no trouble finding English-speaking staff and shopkeepers. These areas host many visitors from all over the world. If you decide to venture out into the French countryside, it will help to know some common phrases in French, since English may not be spoken as frequently there. Be polite and friendly and you should have no trouble meeting people and striking up conversations. On bike tours and hiking trails, fellow outdoors types will usually share their own tips and tricks for traveling in the area. Because of the many events held in the Eurexpo, it's a good idea to reserve your rooms here as early as possible. After you locate the rooms you want on, use the easy booking process to reserve your accommodations and start preparing for your trip to France.

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