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What you should know about Greater West Lyon

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Lyon is one of the great cultural centers in France - and its western portion is a wonderful place to find accommodation. has partnered with the city's finest places to stay, from large modern establishments to romantic little places that are off the beaten track. Each one is listed with vital information about the facilities on offer as well as photographs of sample rooms and location maps to make sure you aren't left miles away from the major attractions. All of our partner hotels have also been reviewed by your fellow visitors, so you can get a really accurate picture of what to expect from hotels in Greater West Lyon, Lyon. With our help, finding the right accommodation will be stress-free, and if you book early it will also be far cheaper, courtesy of discounts from's travel partners.

What's Greater West Lyon Like?

The western part of Lyon is a great place to stay, with easy access to the city center as well as some gorgeous scenery nearby. Some of Lyon's major attractions are located west of the River Rhone, particularly the most ancient Roman remains, as well as the fascinating Gallo Roman Museum. See the Museum of Robots, the Roman amphitheater, as well as the magnificent Cathedral of St Jean-Baptiste. Learn about puppetry at the Museum Gadagne, enjoy outdoor activities at the Aquavert sporting complex, or explore charming suburban towns like Tassin la demi Lune with its famous clock tower and impressive castle. The city center can be easily reached by metro as well - with the gorgeous Bartholdi Fountains, the Museum of Decorative Arts, and the stunning collection of the Museum of Fine Arts. By staying in hotels in Greater West Lyon, Lyon, you can combine suburban scenery with city center attractions.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Lyon

Getting along with the people of Lyon is never difficult. The city is open, friendly, and very proud of its culture, so the locals will be only too happy to share their favorite restaurants and things to see and do. Food is a major part of Lyon's culture, and the city is one of the most important locations on France's gastronomic map. Try out the fabulous Rhone wines (and consider a vineyard tour) as well as delicious regional dishes. Head to charming little "bouchons" serving up andouille (grilled sausage) or quenelles (dumplings in sauce) and savor some of Europe's finest food. Lyon also hosts plenty of cultural events. The most spectacular is the unique Festival of Lights held every December - so why not consider a festive trip to Lyon with

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