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La Croix Rousse, Lyon, is located in east-central France. It has a temperate continental climate with cool winters and hot summers. Whether you're planning to spend a summer holiday here, or a winter getaway, we can help you find hotels in La Croix Rousse, Lyon, to match your requirements. On our online platform, take a look at our interactive map where you will see the location of each hotel. We also have filters, which enable you to view hotels according to price per night, star rating, and accommodation type. Available hotels may then be presented in descending order of star rating, our favorites, or price, using the drop down sort menu. Whether you are looking for a luxury suite or a cheap room rental, we are confident that you will find the right accommodation with

What's La Croix Rousse Like?

La Croix Rousse is a section of town, and also a hill, situated in the city of Lyon. The hill is almost 840 ft high, and was once home to the early silk trade industry in Lyon. La Croix Rousse (meaning russet cross) is named after the 16th century stone cross that was erected on the hill by Christians. Hotels in La Croix Rousse, Lyon, provide the ideal base from which to explore the nearby ruins, and visit the historical attractions in Lyon. La Croix Rousse has a vibrant market, which is one of the largest in Lyon. Open every day of the week, and with over one hundred vendors, you'll find everything here from fresh food to souvenirs. While staying at a holiday rental in La Croix Rousse, be sure to visit the remains of the Amphitheater of the Three Gaul's, and take a trip to the famous Traboules in Lyon.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in La Croix Rousse

Prepare for your stay at one of hotels in La Croix Rousse, Lyon, by familiarizing yourself with local customs and French etiquette. If your knowledge of the French language is limited, learn a few everyday words and pack a phrasebook into your suitcase. The French are generally formal when addressing strangers, and only use first names among family members and close friends. If you are invited to a French person's home for dinner, take along a gift, such as quality chocolates. Although it is usual to drink wine with dinner, it's okay to politely decline without causing offense. Avoid putting your hands on your lap, as this is generally frowned upon. When entering a shop, greet the shopkeeper using their honorary title, such as hello madam 'Bonjour Madame'.

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