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dossier candidature World Rose Convention 2
WORLD ROSE CONVENTION
Lyon, 3-9 June 2015
LYON WELCOMES
THE WORLD ROSE CONVENTION
DOSSIER DE CANDIDATURE _ BID DOCUMENT
WELCOME TO LYON !
Great cities do not emerge by chance. It is factors of location, climate, geography, history and the men and women of
the region that determine their existence.
Lyon is the result of this outstanding combination. Its 2000-year
history testifies to Lyon’s ability to build its wealth and its success without ostentation but not without wisdom and clearsightedness.
A city of trade, Lyon was the first city to hold large traders’
markets.
A city of communications, Lyon created a major access network that opened onto Europe and the rest of the world to
encourage exchanges and influence between people,
goods and ideas.
A city of finance, Lyon was innovative in exchanging currencies and setting up the first banking system in France.
Here, the World Rose Convention, which is to be held in Lyon
in 2015, will find an ideal host, the cradle of a long tradition of
welcome and of 2,000 years of contact with Europe and the
world.
Lyon, where the world comes together !
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A-WELCOME TO LYON
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A– CULTURE, A SECOND NATURE
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a/ Not to be missed in Lyon
a/ It’s in Lyon and only in Lyon
b/ Art, history, civilizations, sciences : 38 museums
b/ International profile and economic stengths
c/ Lyon, culinary arts capital of France
c/ Urban projects in harmony with sustainable development
B-SAVOIR-FAIRE
3. ONLY TOURISM : BE BLOWN AWAY !
d/ Major cultural events : often festive, always fascinating
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B-LEISURE AND WAY OF LIFE : HAVE FUN IN LYON !
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IW3C2 LYON 2012 / CONTENTS
1. ONLY LYON : YOUR MEETING IN LYON
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a/ Different ways to discover Lyon
2. ONLY BUSINESS : LYON, A CONGRESS DESTINATION
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A-ACCESS : LYON, AT THE CROSSROADS OF EUROPE
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b/ Nightlife : there is alaways something to do in Lyon
c/ Shopping in Lyon : a must in Europe
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a/ Saint Exupéry airport
C-PRE AND POST CONGRESS EXCURSIONS
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b/ Lyon Part-Dieu station
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c/ Public transports
d/ Eco friendly transports
B-LYON CONVENTION CENTRE : AN IDEAL SITE FOR YOUR EVENT
C-HOTELS IN LYON: CHARM AND MODERNITY
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D-SOCIAL PROGRAMME : GALA VENUES IN LYON
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E-SUPPORT FROM DESTINATION
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a/ They have chosen Lyon
b/ I love events
c/ Lyon Convention Bureau
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ONLY LYON
YOUR MEETING IN LYON
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A. WELCOME TO LYON
a/ It’s in Lyon and only in Lyon !
LYON IS THE CAPITAL OF THE MOST ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE
REGION OF
FRANCE
CINEMA AND PHOTOGRAPHY AND TODAY EXCELS IN
GARDS TO VISUAL AND GRAPHIC ARTS, DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY
LYON
WAS THE BIRTHPLACE OF
2000 YEARS OF CENTRALLY LOCATED HERITAGE CLASSIFIED AS A UNESCO
ALL AREAS AND TECHNIQUES WITH RE-
WORLD HERITAGE SITE
THE OLYMPIQUE LYONNAIS, SEVEN-TIMES REIGNING FRENCH FOOTBALL LEAGUE
NUMBER ONE TEXTILE REGION OF FRANCE, LYON IS NATIONAL LEADER IN HIGH PERFORMANCE TECHNICAL AND INDUSTRIAL
TEXTILES
CULINARY ARTS CAPITAL OF FRANCE
AMBITIOUS NEW URBANISM : THE CONFLUENCE
TWO RIVERS THE RHÔNE AND THE SAÔNE
PROJECT COVERING
150
HECTARS BUILT AT THE
CONFLUENCE
OF
LYON’S
RIVERSIDE LIFE : A PENINSULA IN THE HEART OF THE CITY
LIGHT : 200 LANDMARKS BROUGHT TO LIFE EVERY EVENING WITH THANKS TO SPECTACULAR LIGHTING, 4 MILLION VISITORS
YEARLY ON THE 8TH DECEMBER FLOCK TO LYON FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD TO VIEW LYON’S LIGHT FESTIVAL
CITY
OF
DANCE AND SHOWS : AN UNPARALLELED QUALITY CULTURAL PROGRAM
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With its surplus trade balance, the Lyon region is home to a dynamic and diversified industrial network whose added value is higher
than the European average.
RHONE ALPES REGION : SOME KEY FIGURES
Population
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5.9 million inhabitants in the Rhône-Alpes Region
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Surface area 43,700 km²
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2.6 million inhabitants in the Lyon region
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b/ International profile and economic strengths
A city on an international scale
One of the highest GDPs in Europe : 10% higher than the European average.
Surplus trade balance (2006) : 11.1% of national exports (43140 M€) and 8.4% of imports.
5,000 export companies including 150 world leaders.
Main trade partner of Germany, Italy, the UK, Luxembourg and Spain.
30% of trade with Italy and Germany.
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Intelligence and research
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The Lyon area is pursuing a strategy that involves the coming-together of research, higher education and companies, whilst
continuing to enhance high-potential sites in the context of a coherent development policy. The players in the research and
industry sectors work constantly alongside each other within the context of the 7 technology centres in Lyon.
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The Lyon area includes 133,500 students in 4 universities and over 20 “Grandes Ecoles” : Ecole Normale Supérieure Sciences /
Lettres et Sciences Humaines, INSA, Ecole Centrale de Lyon (ECL), Ecole Nationale des Travaux Publics de l’Etat (ENTPE), ISARA, Ecole Catholique d’Arts et Métiers (ECAM), Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Lyon, Conservatoire National Supérieur de
Musique, Ecole Française des Attachés de Presse, Groupe Ecole de Management de Lyon, etc.
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c/ Urban projects in harmony with sustainable development
Lyon was a double prize winner at the 2007 LivCom Awards for liveable communities
The international awards ceremony for sustainable towns and cities was held in London and Lyon was awarded :
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1st prize for "enhancement of the landscape" (category: towns and cities of all sizes) for the Berges du Rhône” project
2nd prize for "overall quality of living environment" (category: cities with 200,000 to 700,000 inhabitants), just behind Malmö
in Sweden
Out of the 39 cities from every nation in competition, only Lyon and Johannesburg were awarded 2 prizes in the same competition. Lyon is the first French city to participate in this competition and to receive an award
THE BANKS OF THE RIVER RHONE
Since the refurbishing of the Rhône river banks beautiful new perspectives of the city have been revealed to walkers over a 5
kilometer stretch of modern and delightful walkways.
According to Lyonnais Mayor Gerard Collomb, these profound modifications of the Rhône river banks give the city “a new philosophy and a peaceful family atmosphere”. The cars and car parking spaces that once filled these banks have been replaced by pedestrians roller skaters and cyclers.
The left bank refurbishment is the first of a series of projects
promoting green transport modes. Indeed, the goal is to
supply real alternatives to motorized travel by developing cycle paths and pedestrian walkways. The car parking
spaces that were lost with the creation of these new pedestrian banks will be partly replaced by underground car
parks with a capacity of over 1100 spaces.
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WELCOME TO LYON
LYON CONFLUENCE
Making the Lyon Confluence area a reference in energy efficiency
The Lyon Confluence project has been exclusively designed with sustainable development in mind.
23% of council housing
High quality environmental guidelines for all buildings and public areas
Developments of green transport modes
Rehabilitation of polluted soil
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In 2004, the Lyon Confluence project qualified to be part of the European Union Concerto program which encourages investments in favor of energy conservation in housing and office constructions. Funds totaling 3.5 million € were awarded by the
European Union to the project in order to cover extra costs brought by energy saving and sustainability initiatives: 40% cuts in
energy needs compared to today’s standards thanks to both the bioclimatic design of the buildings and to insulation and ventilation. Renewable sources of energy account for 80% of needs, the most efficient being biomass and solar energy technologies.
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LYON CONVENTION CENTRE
From design to construction, the Cité Internationale has always respected sustainable development. Special emphasis has been
placed on respecting sustainable development and usage of renewable energy sources.
Environment
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Integration of nature : A wide variety of green spaces (the wild river banks with beavers, orchids, grasses, bushes, plane and
lime trees…)
A short step from the “Parc de la tête d’Or”: An area of 105 hectares including a 16 hectare lake. The broad, romantic expanses of grass alternate with hundred-year-old wooded groves, interspersed with beds of roses and peonies and large flower
beds . The “Parc de la Tête d'Or” is open to the public and entrance is free. It is still today one of the biggest and most beautiful urban parks in France.
Use of rainwater: implementation of a centralised watering system which uses runoff water.
Environmental management system for Lyon’s green spaces: first national green space service to obtain the ISO 14001 certification (2005).
Infrastructure
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Renewable and non-polluting energy source: 70% of heating and air-conditioning uses a thermo frigorific pump system connected to the water table beneath the building
Bio-climatic control system for the façades: 25% energy savings over the year
Plant gardens on several rooftops, comprising 900 m²
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Responsible management: ensuring the awareness of staff with respect to the ‘eco-attitude’.
Evaluation of energy practice with respect to sustainable development
Recycling: waste management using sorting, 40% of waste recycled
Launch of new ’eco-attitude’ products and especially for signage: display products that respect the environment, and are
100 % ecological
Technical solutions using bio-degradable or recyclable supports with plant based inks
The services involved
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Exhibition service: ’eco-designed’ product rental: cardboard furniture (non-polluting, energy saving…). Sale of recyclable carpeting...
Catering service: ’Fair-trade’ products offered (sales partnership respecting different social, economic and environmental
standards), range of wooden cutlery and dishes…
Purchasing service: Implementation of responsible purchase practices underway
Maintenance service: Replacement of acid batteries with gel batteries for handling materials underway
WELCOME TO LYON
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ONLY LYON /
Approach - implementation
PARC DE LA TÊTE D’OR
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B. SAVOIR-FAIRE
: LYON : “IN THE HEART OF THE ROSE"
For all rose amateurs, Lyon and its region are considered as the cradle of the “modern“ rose, as rose-growers from Lyon
were largely responsible for developing our favourite flower. The list of roses associated with Lyon is particularly long,
both for modern and ancient varieties.
Lyon rose-growers in the 19th century
During the 1840-1850's, BELUZE, DUCHER, GUILLOT, LACHARME, and NERARD were some of the names at the start of the
history of the Lyon rose. In 1867, Jean-Baptiste GUILLOT son, created ‘LA FRANCE’, the first hybrid tea rose, fruit of a well
thought-out hybridization. His father, around 1850, had invented shield budding on dog rose root stock, a process still
used to this day. Around 1900, PERNET-DUCHER, another Lyonnais, created ‘SOLEIL D’OR’, the first hybrid tea rose in yellow tones. Other names to be added to these famous rose growers were BERNAIX, BONNAIRE, DUBREUIL, Widow
DUCHER, LIABAUD, SCHWARTZ, who with their creations known throughout the world, helped to make Lyon the world
capital of the Rose during the 1870/1914 period.
The years 1935 to 1955
This period was marked by COMBE, DUBREUIL and above all Charles MALLERIN whose creations Madame P.S. DUPONT
and VIRGO toured the world and are still grown today.
Currently
Lyon plant breeders are still recognized around the world and CROIX, DORIEUX, DUCHER, GAUJARD, GUILLOT, LAPERRIERE, MEILLAND, ORARD, REUTER, regularly received prizes in International Competitions. The creations are loved the world
over. Professionals consider that the rose which most marked the 20th century was ‘PEACE’, created by Francis MEILLAND. It was so named to commemorate the end of World War II in 1945. During the OSAKA Convention, another Meilland rose, ‘PIERRE de RONSARD’ was admitted by the WFRS into its “Hall of Fame“
Every year, 2,000,000 rose plants are produced in the Lyon region.
Rose Societies in Lyon
Two societies for professionals and amateurs work together to promote the rose in France.
The SOCIETE FRANCAISE des ROSES
Founded in 1896. Its creation in Lyon confirms the region's importance in breeding and producing roses.
Every year, it organizes the Concours International de Roses Nouvelles de Lyon, initiated and jointly organizes the Biennale de la Rose Parfumée de Nantes, and cofounded and organizes Altera Rosa, an event around the rose, visited
each year by 25,000 amateurs in the famous setting of the Palais des Papes in Avignon. Members of the society participate on the juries of European competitions.
Every year, it publishes the glossy review “LES AMIS DES ROSES“.
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ROSES ANCIENNES EN FRANCE
Founded in 1995, also in Lyon, it brings together amateurs and professionals in ancient roses and organizes many exhibitions
and events where ancient roses are in the spotlight.
The society is currently working on creating painted walls relating the history of the rose in Lyon.
Rose Gardens in Lyon
There are three in the Parc de la Tête d’Or
the Grande Roseraie Internationale, 30,000 plants in 350 varieties, in 40,000 m² in a landscape setting, AWARD of the
WFRS.
the Botanical Garden Rose Garden, 360 varieties, mostly ancient and botanic, in 16,000 m²
the Roseraie du Concours International, the roses are judged for 2 years, 3 for shrubs and climbers.
Many public and private gardens including the Rose garden in the Parc des Hauteurs and the Rose garden in the BONNE
MAISON created by Odile Masquelier, known to amateurs of ancient roses the world over.
« La France »
« Peace »
« Soleil d’Or »
LYON Green City
The town has just received an award from the PNUE and IFPRA for the quality of its parks and gardens and its contribution to
sustainable development. With its 95 hectares, the Parc de la Tête d’Or is a landscaped park which, as well as 3 rose gardens has a Zoological Garden, a botanical garden and recently, an African Plain, where free-roaming animals can be admired. Very recently, the city's ecological reputation has been boosted by the arrangement of a “Green Way” along the
banks of the river Rhone.
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LYON, A CONGRESS
DESTINATION
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A-LYON AT THE CROSSROADS OF EUROPE : AN
IDEAL LOCATION
a/ Saint Exupéry airport : Regular flights to 55 international destinations
The international Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport is experiencing a considerable increase in traffic with over 7 million passengers in
2007. There are regular flights to 54 international destinations, daily flights to 28 destinations in France (Winter 2007-2008).
SINCE JULY 2008, LYON SAINT EXUPÉRY AIRPORT IS CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE CITY OF NEW YORK WITH A REGULAR FLIGHT OPERATED BY DELTA-AIR
FRANCE.
The low-cost airline companies from the Lyon Saint Exupéry airport are Aer Lingus, Atlas Blue, Blue Air, BMI, Jet4you and Easyjet
and connect to London Stansted, Heathrow, and Gatwick, Madrid, Rome, Dublin Lisbon, Berlin, Barcelona, Porto, Venise Manchester and Bucarest.
The international Lyon–Saint Exupéry airport is located 30 minutes from the town centre. A daily shuttle-bus service connects the
airport to the Lyon city centre every 20 minutes (Satobus, stops at the Perrache and Part-Dieu train stations).
There are also daily Satobus-Alpes shuttles that connect the main winter sports resorts in the Alps to the airport.
New construction work at the Lyon-Saint Exupéry airport:
- a new 250-room 4-star N&H Hoteles hotel,
- a 2,000-space underground car park.
By 2010, an express tramway, Leslys, will link the central Lyon Part-Dieu railway station to the Lyon-Saint Exupéry airport in 25 minutes. Departures every 15 minutes.
ALGER AMSTERDAM BARCELONE BERLIN BIRMINGHAM BOLOGNE BRUXELLES BUCAREST BUDAPEST COPENHAGUE DUBLIN DÜSSELDORF FRANCFORT FLORENCE GÖTEBORG HAMBOURG ISTANBUL LISBONNE LONDRES MADRID MALTE MANCHESTER MARRAKECH MILAN MONTRÉAL MOSCOU
MUNICH NEW-YORK OSLO PORTO PRAGUE ROME STUTTGART TORONTO VARSOVIE VENISE VIENNE ZÜRICH
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b/Lyon Part-Dieu train station : Just 1h55 from
Paris and 1h40 from Marseille
The centre of Lyon is connected to all the major French cities through the high-speed TGV train network via the 3 stations of Perrache, Part Dieu and Lyon-Saint Exupéry.
Times of TGV journeys from Lyon towards the main French
and European cities:
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Lyon-Paris: 23 round trips on week days in 1h55
Lyon-Marseille : 31 round trips on week days in 1h40
Lyon-Aix en Provence : 1h20
Lyon-Avignon : 1h05
Lyon-Montpellier : 1h45
Lyon-Lille : 2h50
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Lyon-Geneva : 1h50
Lyon-Bruxelles : 3h37
Lyon-Turin : 4h
ACCESS BY ROAD
Lyon is just two hours away from the Alps and less than three
hours from the beaches of the Mediterranean.
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The extensive network of buses, subways and tramways of
the T.C.L. (Transports en Commun Lyonnais – Lyon Public
Transport) enables rapid and easy transportation from one
place to another in the city and its suburbs.
THE CITY OF LYON CAN PROVIDE A CONFERENCE PASS AT THE SPECIAL RATE OF 2€ PER DAY AND PER PERSON WHICH GIVES ACCESS TO
THE ENTIRE NETWORK (MINIMUM 100 PARTICIPANTS)
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c/Public transport : 2nd largest public transportation network in France
The T.C.L can increase the frequency of buses to your meeting venue.
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d/Eco friendly transports : responsible travel
THE « CYCLOPOLITAINS » : ECO FRIENDLY TAXI SERVICE
Looking for a fun way of getting around Lyon? Hail a Cyclopolitain and hop on.
The Cyclopolitain use a unique electric tricycle taxi cab with a see through roof which is ideal for short trips along the city centre’s
cycle paths or through the many pedestrian areas.
Eco friendly and wallet friendly at just one euro per person and per kilometer, Cyclopolitain is an original and enjoyable way of getting from A to B in Lyon.
VÉLO V’ : FREELY AVAILABLE BICYCLE SERVICE
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4000 bicycles available throughout the city
340 conveniently located bike stations, 6 of which are located outside the Cité Internationale (Convention Centre)
Bicycle path development along the new tramway line routes 200 kilometers of additional cycling paths to be built by 2010
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B/ LYON CONVENTION CENTRE : AN IDEAL SITE FOR YOUR
EVENT
An events complex in exceptional surroundings between the
Rhône and the Parc de la Tête d'Or. Created by the famous
architect Renzo Piano, Lyon Convention Centre providing
25,000 m2 of modular, light and functional spaces.
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total welcoming capacity: up to 19 000 people
a 3,000 seat amphitheatre
a 900 seat auditorium
a 300 seat auditorium
an 8,400 m² exhibition space
26 committee rooms with 10 - 450 places
3 reception zones of 300, 800 and 1,860 m²
26 breakout rooms from 10 to 450 seats
A very sophisticated technical network
A large outside public square
A 210 rooms 4* hotel (Hilton)
A 160 room 4* hotel (Concorde)
Shops & restaurants
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Exceptional surroundings
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Auditorium Lumière-900 seats
26 breakout rooms from 10 to 450 seats
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The 3000 seat amphitheatre
C-HOTELS IN LYON : A COMBINATION OF CHARM
AND MODERNITY
HIGH QUALITY HOTEL ACCOMMODATION
With more than 11,800 hotel rooms, Greater Lyon offers a choice between the charm and elegance of châteaux hotels and the
dependable comfort of major international chains (Accor -Sofitel, Mercure-Royal Bellecour, Best Western, Boscolo, Concorde International, Hilton International, Holiday Inn, Louvre Hotels, Relais & Châteaux, Radisson SAS, Warwick).
The development of hotels in Lyon by the year 2009 will total 1000 additional rooms.
The main projects are:
N&H Hoteles international-class 4* hotel with 275 rooms at Lyon Saint Exupéry airport
3* hotel with 160-rooms at the Lyon Confluence leisure centre ;
a luxury hotel complex in the city-centre on the Presqu’île/Old Lyon site (about 80 rooms)
the development of the “Carré de Soie” leisure centre.
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HOTEL CAPACITY OF GREATER LYON
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2008 : more than 11,800 hotel rooms
2009-2010 : 12700 rooms
2012 : 13200 rooms
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4* and 4* luxury hotels1: 624 rooms
Hotels 3* : 3,196 rooms
Hotels 2* : 4,700 rooms
Hotels 1*/0 : 2,310 rooms
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Apartment hotels : 2500 apartments
Campus Residential Hall : 800 rooms
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL CHAINS
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IN LYON
ACCOMODATIONS FOR THE
WORLD ROSE CONVENTION
Hotel Name
Email
Tel
Room Single Mini Double
nb
(€)*
Maxi (€)*
Web
Hotel
location
on map
5* hotels
CHATEAU DE BAGNOLS
[email protected]
04 74 71 40 00
21
445,00
2500,00 www.chateaudebagnols.fr
outside
LE PAVILLON DE LA ROTONDE
[email protected]
04 78 87 79 79
16
295,00
525,00 www.pavillon-rotonde.com
outside
VILLA FLORENTINE
[email protected]
04 72 56 56 56
28
205,00
950,00 www.villaflorentine.com
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PARK AND SUITES PART-DIEU
[email protected]
04 72 84 10 40
140
90,00
220,00 www.mysuiteapparthotels.com
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LA REINE ASTRID
[email protected]
04 72 82 18 00
88
120,00
500,00 www.warwickastrid.com
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COUR DES LOGES
[email protected]
04 72 77 44 44
62
240,00
600,00 www.courdesloges.com
23
HOTEL LE ROYAL
[email protected]
04 78 37 57 31
76
210,00
GRAND HOTEL MERCURE CHATEAU PERRACHE
[email protected]
04 72 77 15 00
111
69,00
CHATEAU DE PIZAY
[email protected]
04 74 66 51 41
62
225,00
299,00 www.chateau-pizay.com
outside
SOFITEL LYON AEROPORT
[email protected]
04 72 23 38 00
120
114,00
280,00 www.sofitel.com
outside
LA TOUR ROSE
[email protected]
04 78 92 69 10
12
230,00
590,00 www.latourrose.fr
4* hotels
450,00 www.lyonhotel-leroyal.com
1
240,00 www.mercure.com
3
24
outside
LA PYRAMIDE, FERNAND POINT
[email protected]
04 74 53 01 96
24
190,00
245,00 www.lapyramide.com
HOTEL DE LA CITE CONCORDE LYON
[email protected]
04 78 17 86 86
164
320,00
320,00 http://lyon.concorde-hotels.com
BOSCOLO GRAND HOTEL
[email protected]
04 72 40 45 45
140
179,35
316,50 www.boscolohotels.com
RADISSON SAS HOTEL LYON
[email protected]
04 78 63 55 00
245
125,00
300,00 www.lyon.radissonsas.com
12
250,00 www.lyonmetropole.com
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LYON METROPOLE & SPA
[email protected]
04 72 10 44 44
118
170,00
SOFITEL LYON
[email protected]
04 72 41 20 20
164
260,00
MERCURE GRAND HOTEL SAXE LAFAYETTE
[email protected]
04 72 61 90 90
156
84,00
HILTON LYON
[email protected]
04 78 17 50 50
200
148,00
TEMPORIM CITE INTERNATIONALE
[email protected]
04 37 47 57 67
104
80,00
HOTEL DU PARC
[email protected]
04 72 83 12 20
22
70,00
APART'HOTEL CITADINES LYON PRESQU'ILE
[email protected]
04 72 40 40 50
116
100,00
AUBERGE DE JONS
[email protected]
04 78 31 29 85
33
88,00
ONLY BUSINESS / HOTELS
HOTEL
8
4
2
1200,00 www.sofitel.com
225,00 www.accorhotels.com
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365,00 www.hilton.com
7
195,00 www.temporim.com
9
3* hotels
149,00 www.hotelduparc-lyon.com
21
100,00 www.citadines.com
350,00 www.auberge-de-jons.com
outside
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Hotel Name
HOTEL ROOSEVELT
Email
[email protected]
Tel
04 78 52 35 67
Room Single Mini Double
nb
(€)*
Maxi (€)*
48
77,00
Web
Hotel
location
on map
122,00 www.hotel-roosevelt.com
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HOLIDAY INN GARDEN COURT LYON PART DIEU
ré[email protected]
04 78 24 44 68
55
80,00
160,00 www.holidayinn.fr/lyonfra
APART'HOTEL CITADINES LYON PART-DIEU
[email protected]
04 78 14 90 00
98
83,00
140,00 www.citadines.com
MERCURE PLAZA REPUBLIQUE
[email protected]
04 78 37 50 50
78
89,00
209,00 www.mercure.com
COLLEGE HOTEL
[email protected]
04 72 10 05 05
39
110,00
140,00 www.college-hotel.com
L'ERMITAGE
[email protected]
04 72 19 69 69
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135,00
225,00 www.ermitage-college-hotel.com
HOTEL ARIANA
[email protected]
04 78 85 32 33
102
59,00
110,00 www.ariana-hotel.com
KYRIAD PRESTIGE LYON CENTRE
[email protected]
04 78 60 03 09
126
69,00
140,00 www.kyriadprestige.fr
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HOTEL DES CONGRES
[email protected]
04 72 69 16 16
134
74,00
145,00 www.hoteldescongres.com
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GLOBE ET CECIL HOTEL
04 78 42 58 95
60
99,00
04 78 89 95 95
79
79,00
160,00 www.globeetcecilhotel.com
www.holidayinn-lyon170,00 villeurbanne.com
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HOLIDAY INN GARDEN COURT VILLEURBANNE
[email protected]
[email protected]
MERCURE LYON CHARPENNES
[email protected]
04 72 44 46 46
98
101,00
172,00 www.mercure.com
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NOVOTEL LYON GERLAND
[email protected]
04 72 71 11 11
186
88,00
191,00 www.novotel.com
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171,00 www.accorhotels.com
5
25
outside
20
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NOVOTEL LYON PART-DIEU
[email protected]
04 72 13 51 51
124
87,00
NOVOTEL LYON BRON
[email protected]
04 72 15 65 65
190
113,00
170,00 www.novotel.com
PHENIX HOTEL
[email protected]
04 78 28 24 24
36
130,00
182,00 www.hotel-le-phenix.fr
BEST WESTERN SAPHIR LYON
[email protected]
04 78 83 48 75
111
69,00
190,00 www.hotel-saphir.eu
BEST WESTERN GOLF DU GOUVERNEUR
2* hotels
[email protected]
04 72 26 42 00
53
95,00
125,00 www.golfgouverneur.fr
IBIS PART DIEU LES HALLES
[email protected]
04 78 62 98 89
216
55,00
95,00 www.ibishotel.com
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CAMPANILE STE-FOY-LES-LYON
[email protected]
04 78 59 32 23
51
50,00
85,00 www.campanile.fr
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CAMPANILE LYON PERRACHE
[email protected]
04 78 37 48 47
107
45,00
90,00 www.campanile.com
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SEJOURS ET AFFAIRES PARK AVENUE
[email protected]
04 37 65 59 59
84
39,00
72,00 www.sejours-affaires.com
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IBIS PART-DIEU GARE
[email protected]
04 78 95 42 11
144
58,00
IBIS LYON CALUIRE PALAIS DES CONGRES
[email protected]
04 72 27 75 00
114
49,00
81,00 www.ibishotel.com
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ATHENA PART-DIEU
[email protected]
04 72 68 88 44
122
49,00
110,00 www.athena-hotel.fr
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CAMPANILE LYON PART-DIEU
TOTAL NUMBER OF ROOMS
[email protected]
04 72 36 31 00
171
4876
49,00
109,00 www.campanile.fr
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outside
35
outside
30
105,00 www.ibis.com
* Please note that rates are indicative and subject to change in 2013
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IN LYON
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D-SOCIAL PROGRAMME
: GALAS VENUES IN LYON
a/ The Convention Centre : 8400m2, endless possibilities for gala
dinners & receptions !
b/ The Halle Tony Garnier : a unique architectural masterpiece
made from iron & glass !
Located in a beautiful environment between the Rhone river and
the splendid Tête d’Or park, designed by the renowned architect Renzo Piano, the Convention Centre is part of the Cité Internationale complex.
With its prestigious modern architecture and a total of 17 000
sqm, the Halle Tony Garnier, located in the Gerland district,
may be used for special events, such as a gala dinner.
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Seated capacity : + 3000 persons
Minimum rental : 6000m2 for 2 days running
Access : Metro B, Debourg station
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Navig’inter Company offers guests all the comforts for a dinnerPaul Bocuse's famous restaurant where the sound of lovingly re- cruise on the boat Hermès. Guests enjoy traditional cuisine served
stored barrel and fairground organs create a festive atmosphere to perfection.
for prestige dining.
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Capacity : 300 sit-down dinner on the main deck and upper deck.
standing capacity: 800 persons
Seated capacity : 500 persons
20 mn from city centre
ONLY BUSINESS / GALA VENUES
THE ABBAYE OF COLLONGES
THE « HAMEAU DU VIN »
A place for communication in the heart of Beaujolais country.
Guided tour of a superb exhibition celebrating beaujolais wines.
Located in the heart of the thermal resort of Charbonnière-les- Gala evenings in a room that has its very own charm.
bains, the Lyon Vert offers exceptional meeting facilities that
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standing capacity : 600 persons
will delight your guests.
CASINO « LE LYON VERT »
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Standing capacity : 800 persons
Seated capacity : 650 persons
Access : 30 mn from city center
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seated capacity : 350 persons
access : 45 mn from the city centre
THE HERMÈS BOAT
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RUE MERCIÈRE : AT THE HEART OF LYON’S NIGHTLIFE !
Possibility to organise an event (« giant buffet »…) with the participation
of restaurants on these streets.
LES HALLES DE LYON PAUL BOCUSE : THE PRESTIGIOUS PLACE OF GASTRONOMY IN LYON
SINCE 1859 !
Late 2006, Les Halles were completely renovated and renamed
“Halles de Lyon – Paul Bocuse”, paying homage to Lyon’s most celebrated chef, who himself regularly shops at the market.
56 fully knowledgeable food traders and craftsmen contribute to the
vitality of the ambiance of Les Halles, examples include the famous
Mère Richard (cheeses) and butcher Sibilia (cooked meats) amongst
others.
Standing capacity :
+3000 persons
Location : in the city centre
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You are a participant in World Rose Convention !
a / They have chosen Lyon
Enjoy a special welcome with the “I Love Events” label during
the event.
FORUM BIOVISION
March 9-11 2009
You will be given a special bracelet with the “I Love Events”
logo at check in at your hotel.
Keep it on and you will get a personalized welcome in over
130 partner establishments (shops, restaurants, bars, discos …) :
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10% off on the Lyon City Card (discovery pass)
Discounts, free drinks or coffee in partner establishments
Discounted rates on touristic activities
To benefit from all of this, don’t forget to :
POLLUTEC
Every 2 years in Lyon
1950 Exhibitors
7000 visitors
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E– SUPPORT FROM DESTINATION
Wear your “I Love Events” bracelet
Get all the information you need at the reception desk of
your hotel
Spot all the partners of the “ I Love Events” label
HORMATEC
23-25 September 2008
b/ I Love Events
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d / Lyon Convention Bureau
THE
BUSINESS TOURISM DEPARTMENT OF VISITORS
professional associations :
BUREAU,
PROVIDES YOU WITH
NON-PARTIAL AND FREE ADVICE AND INFORMATION ON THE CITY’S BUSINESS TOURISM OFFER
The convention bureau is at your disposal for your project from its
design right through to its execution.
Destination Marketing
International Congress & Convention Association
European Cities Marketing
Execution of the feasibility study for your event :
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Providing contacts with local service providers
Planning the event, consultancy and search for suitable dates one the city’s event calendar
Organising inspection visits
Proposing technical or leisure programmes
Preparing (drafting and printing) the candidature file for the
event and supporting the candidature before decision comittee
Providing contacts with local institutions
Providing promotion tools
Union des Associations Internationales
France Congrès
CFTAR : Club Français du Tourisme d'Affaires Réceptif de Maison de la France
The Convention Bureau team places its experience and tools at
your disposal.
CONTACT :
►04 72 77 72 40
►[email protected]
Lyon Convention Bureau belongs to the following international
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ONLY TOURISM / BE BLOWN AWAY!
ONLY TOURISM
BE BLOWN AWAY !
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TRABOULES PASSAGEWAYS...
A SECOND NATURE
Lyon is the capital of silk weaving in France. You will discover
the “Traboules” (passageways) winding down the hill of the
Croix-Rousse where 30.000 silk weavers used to live in the
19th century. At the silk printing workshop, printers will demonstrate Lyon’s traditional know how.
a/Not to be missed
LYON RENAISSANCE DISTRICT
This Renaissance district, listed by UNESCO, is the largest area
of its kind in France. It consists of 3 separate villages : St Georges to the South, St Paul to the North-East, and St Jean in the
middle. The area mainly became a town in itself during the
15th and 16th centuries. The tour enables you to see Saint
Jean Cathedral, and then the district itself with its narrow
streets, inner courtyards and "traboules".
TRICT, AFTER THE
TORY...
CANUTS MURAL,
ONLY TOURISM / CULTURE, A SECOND NATURE
A-CULTURE,
IN THE CROIX ROUSSE DISDISCOVER THE SILKWEAVER'S HIS-
District listed by the UNESCO World Heritage association.
FOURVIÈRE BASILICA :
JOR PART OF
A MA-
LYON’S HERITAGE
In the Croix Rousse district, after the Canuts Mural, the silkweaver's history is told during a tour of the Letourneau
Thread Workshop, and another silk workshop. Demonstrations
of braid weaving and silk weavers' mechanical looms.
Built between 1872 and 1896, by
the architects Pierre Bossan and
Sainte- Marie Perri n. I ts style
is eclectic: austere outside and richly
or namented i ns i de. Di s c ov er
the mosaics, stained glass windows
and marbles. Visit to the crypt Saint
Joseph.
ENTER THE WORLD OF SILK THROUGH
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b/Art, history, civilisations, sciences : 38 museums in
Lyon
THE FINE ARTS MUSEUM
Located in the middle of the historic city centre in the building of a former Royal Abbey dating from the 17th century,
the Lyon’s Fine Arts Museum has one of the largest collections of art in Europe.
THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
The Museum of Contemporary Art, designed by Renzo Piano, is located near the Tête d'Or park, at the Cité Internationale. From its creation, the museum houses a collection of
constantly updated contemporary art.
THE GADAGNE MUSEUM
THE CENTRE
FOR THE
HISTORY
OF THE
RESISTANCE
AND
DEPORTA-
The Hôtel de Gadagne is a historic monument located in the
centre of Old Lyon. It is one of the largest Renaissance
groups in the city. It combines the Historical Museum of Lyon
and the International Puppet Museum.
TION
For Lyon, "Capital of the Resistance", it was vital to create a
History centre that would portray its role during the Occupation.
Built in the old École de Santé Militaire building (School of
Military Health), inside which the head of the Lyon Gestapo,
Klaus Barbie, carried out his ruthless acts, the Centre for the
History of the Resistance and Deportation endeavors to be
more than just a remembrance museum. It is an intense and
symbolic place whose aim is to serve History and Remembrance.
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THE LUMIÈRE INSTITUTE
The Gallo-Roman Museum of Lyon-Fourvière and the archaeological site are situated on the slopes of the Fourvière hill, formerly in the centre of the Roman City of Lugdunum, founded
in 43 B.C. A superb collection of mosaics, sarcophagi, statues
ans artefact, are preserved in this museum.
In 1895, the City of Lyon became the birthplace of the 7th art,
when Auguste and Louis Lumière invented the
"Cinématographe". The Lumière museum, where you can discover the Lumière brothers' fabulous inventions, such as the
Cinématographe, the first colour photos, and unusual items, is
housed in the family villa. The Hangar of the first film, all that
remains of the Lumière factories and first Cinématographe
scene, has been renovated and turned into a large cinema, in
which, every day, the Lumière Institute shows the great classics, rare films, and major retrospectives. Film buffs will love it!
ONLY TOURISM / CULTURE, A SECOND NATURE
GALLO-ROMAN MUSEUM OF LYON – FOURVIÈRE
PRINTING MUSEUM
Housed in a Renaissance building, the Printing Museum provides a unique overview of the history of books and graphic
techniques, from Gutenberg to filmsetting. Now a Musée de
France, it is one of the largest European museums in its field.
TEXTILES
AND
DECORATIVE ARTS MUSEUM
The Textiles museum recounts 2,000 years of the history of western and eastern textiles through displays of textile pieces, rugs,
tapestries and costumes. Its collections and temporary exhibitions highlight the textile savoir-faire of the city of Lyon.
As for the adjoining Museum of Decorative Arts, this shows interior decorations dating from the 18th century, displaying the
textiles in position and has an important collection of objects,
pieces of cabinet work and gold plating, tapestries
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The reputation of Lyon for fine cuisine was established centuries ago. Today it is maintained by several hundred chefs.
The Lyon region contains the greatest number of ‘starred’
Chefs whose names are known all over the world: Paul
Bocuse, JP Lacombe, Guy Lassausaie, Pierre Orsi, Gérard
Vignat, etc.
While today Lyon has preserved its culinary heritage – its famous quenelles, its charcuterie and its cheeses – it has also
opened its arms to cooking from all over the world. Its very
powerful identity has certainly made it one of France's best
regional styles of cooking which changes over time but also
makes diners dream of far away places. Lyon's one thousandplus restaurants range from internationally renowned restaurants to the simplest "bouchon".
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19 Michelin guide starred restaurants in the Rhône Alpes
Region of which one has 3 stars and two have 4 stars
1001 restaurants and “bouchons” (typical regional Lyon
cuisine)
Bocuse d’or : the prestigious gastronomy award ceremony
WINES
From Beaujolais and Burgundy in the north, Coteaux du Lyonnais in the west and Côtes du Rhône in the south, some of
France's finest vineyards begin at the gates of Lyon. A good
excuse for discovering areas that each have their own character and flavours.
c/Lyon, culinary arts capital of France
RESTAURANTS IN THE CITY CENTRE
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IN MARCH : FESTIVAL « QUAIS DU POLAR »
Police literature international festival.
IN SEPTEMBER : « THE BIENNALES »
Biennal festival of contemporary Arts (every two years)
New released art work to be discovered in unusal places.
Biennal festival of dance (every two years)
The largest dance « défilé » in Europe and the most festive and
popular event in the Greater Lyon
IN DECEMBER : « FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS »
IN MAY : FESTIVAL
« LES NUITS SONORES »
Electronic music festival.
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d/Major cultural events : often festive,
always fascinating
FROM MAY TO JULY : « THE NIGHTS OF FOURVIÈRE »
Theater, music and dance in the exceptional roman theatre of
the Fourvière’s hill.
The illuminations are accompanied by different outdoor
events which attract over 3 million visitors
every year. The Festival of Lights offers artists the opportunity to work with this unusual medium. Light shows and temporary installations are staged throughout
the city in a display of unbridled creativity
and innovation for 4 days around December 8th.
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B– LEISURE AND WAY OF LIFE : HAVE FUN
IN
LYON !
COOKING LESSONS
Tour Lyon’s gastronomic treasures, and take cooking lessons
with some of Lyon’s best-known ‘Chefs’.
LYON, CITY OF LIGHT
Lyon's skilful public lighting means that the city changes completely at nightfall. Lyon's fountains combine with the play of
light and shade to give the city a festive appearance that totally transforms it.
RIVER CRUISE
Enjoy a nice cruise on a boat for a sightseeing of the city from
its rivers, the Rhône and the Saône, going under the bridges
and along the banks up to the “Ile Barbe”, or enjoy a cruisedinner on the Hermès Boat.
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Be sure to have a look at the city’s monuments at night, as 100 000 projectors illuminate 200 sites, bringing the city’s night scene to
life!
Lyon truly deserves its place as being France’s second party city, where residents and visitors are guaranteed to enjoy groovy nights
out!
Vieux Lyon, Presqu’île, Croix Rousse the Saône riverbanks and many other places are jam-packed with diverse places to go in order
to have a pleasurable evening.
Whether you want to dance and let your hair down or simply unwind over a few drinks in a trendy and friendly atmosphere, this is a
city that offers a fantastic variety! Select the style of place that you prefer among dozens of night clubs, bars, pubs, shows and
dancing restaurants or casinos to make “your nights even more pleasurable than your days”!
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c/Shopping in Lyon : a Must in Europe
THE PART DIEU SHOPPING MALL
Largest town centre shopping mall in Europe, this mall has over 260 “prêt-à-porter” clothes shops in the heart of the Part-Dieu district,
which itself is France’s second business centre after la Défense in Paris.
THE “CARRÉ D’OR”
Thanks to more than 3000 retailers, the centre of Lyon is a European reference for shopping : diversity and quality of the offer are its
key characteristics.
The "Carré d’Or" in the heart of the city is home to all the major brands in international luxury goods (such as Hermes, Louis Vuitton,
Lancel Montblanc…) and to more offbeat designers.
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CALLY DIVERSE REGION
THE ALPS
Lyon PÉROUGES
30 min from
Explore an authentic original medieval fortified city.
T
H
E
Lyon
30 min from
on
h30 from Ly
One-day 1
excursion in Chamonix at the
foot of the Mont Blanc, to admire the highest Alpine summits,
the thrilling Mer de Glace and the Aiguille du Midi.
Wander through the flower-lined streets of the old town of Annecy whose canals will remind you of Venice, and visit the Palais de l’Isle, a remarkable castle that houses the museum of
local history.
ONLY TOURISM / PRE AND POST TOURS
C. PRE & POST CONGRESS EXCURSIONS : A GEOGRAPHI-
“BEAUJOLAIS”
Tour through the
Pierres Dorées villages, discover
and visit the wine villages, initiation to oenology in a castle in the
middle of the vineyards.
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BURGUNDY
on
1h30 from Ly
on
1h30 from Ly
Tour through the Côtes de Beaune and the Côtes de Nuits, tasting of prestigious vintage : Meursault, Pommard, Aloxe-Corton.
Discover the Dukes of Burgundy capital, Beaune, a town rich in
wealth and symbolism, with its countless wine-cellars huddled
round the historic Hospices where you can admire the famous
painting of the “Last Judgement” by Roger van der Weyden.
THE FRENCH RIVI-
n
3h from Lyo
Between the olive groves and fields of lavender, it would be difficult not to be swayed by the charms of Provence, with its
southern intonations, its colourful and fragrant markets, its old
stone village clinging to the rocks, its quiet little churches.
Discover the small provencal markets, Nyons, olive capital, the
gallo-roman sites : Vaison, Orange, St-Rémy-de-Provence, Arles…
At the top of the cliff is the scenic route of the Ardèche Gorges,
from which you can follow the course of the river and discover
the never-ending sight of unspoilt natural wonders.
ERA
Its famous beaches : Nice, Antibes, Juan-les-Pins ; the country
side : St Paul de Vence, Grasse…
PROVENCE
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LYON WELCOMES THE WORLD ROSE CONVENTION