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Cité Internationale | 22 quai Charles de Gaulle Lyon | France | Tel: +33 (0) 4 78 17 86 86
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The quarter of La Presqu’île de Lyon (The Peninsula Quarter of Lyon) is designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. Modern and lively, this quarter is the nerve center of the entire city. The true cultural heart of Lyon, La Presqu’île will show you the historic legacy of the Theatre des Celestins (Heavenly Theater), or the magnificent works of art on exhibit at the Musee des Beaux-Arts (Museum of Fine Arts). Take a break between two visits and enjoy the many luxury boutiques in Presqu’ile.
Presqu’île de Lyon hides many architectural treasures classified as historic French monuments: The Basilique Saint-Martin d’Ainay (The Basilica of Saint-Martin d’Ainay), the Palais de la Bourse (Chamber of Commerce and Industry), the Hotel de Ville (City Hall) as well as the Eglise Saint-Nizier (Church of Saint-Nizier), all proud to be included on this prestigious list. Topped by its majestic glass roof, the Opera de Lyon (Lyon Opera) awaits your arrival for an amazing show or ballet. After a very interesting and inspirational visit, don’t hesitate to stroll through the Place des Terreaux (Terreaux Square), the Place Bellecour (Bellecour Square), or the Place Antonin Poncelet (Antonin Poncelet Square). Make sure you stop by the street of the magnificent Basilique de Fourviere (Fourviere Basilica) on the other bank of the Saone River.
This 4-star hotel is 4 km from the famous Presqu’île quarter of Lyon and just 10 minutes away by car. You can get there by heading down to the Quai Charles de Gaule (Charles de Guale Quay) and crossing the Pont de Serbie (Serbie Bridge).