Starting at the Saint Antoine marketplace, experience the vibrant atmosphere of the bustling market where locals and tourists alike gather to shop for fresh produce, cheeses, and other regional specialties. From there, head towards the Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste, a stunning gothic cathedral with intricate stained glass windows and a rich history. After exploring the cathedral, take a stroll through the Les traboules du Vieux Lyon, a network of hidden passageways and courtyards that were used by silk merchants during the Renaissance. Then cross the Pont Lafayette, a beautiful iron bridge that offers stunning views of the city and the Rhône river. The tour concludes at Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse, a food hall named after the famous Lyonnaise chef that features a wide variety of local delicacies, from sausages and pâtés to fresh seafood and pastries. Visitors can indulge in some food tasting or buy some gourmet items to take home as a souvenir of their trip to Lyon.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Personal expenses on food tasting

Route & Duration

3 hours
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    Saint Antoine market place

    The Saint Antoine market place in Lyon is a bustling, colorful market that has been a local institution for over 400 years. Here, you can find everything from fresh produce and regional cheeses to handmade crafts and unique souvenirs.

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    Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste

    The Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste is a stunning example of Gothic architecture and is located in the heart of Lyon's old town. The cathedral features beautiful stained glass windows, a grand organ, and ornate decorations that reflect Lyon's rich religious history.

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    Les traboules du Vieux Lyon

    Les traboules du Vieux Lyon are a series of hidden passageways that connect the buildings in Lyon's old town. These secret alleys are a testament to Lyon's history as a center for silk weaving and are filled with colorful facades and hidden courtyards.

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    Pont Lafayette

    Pont Lafayette is a bridge that spans the Rhône river and offers stunning views of Lyon's skyline. The bridge was built in the mid-1800s and features ornate stone work and intricate iron railings.

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    Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse

    Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse is a large indoor market that is filled with a variety of vendors selling fresh produce, meats, cheeses, and other local specialties. The market is named after the famous chef Paul Bocuse and is a popular destination for foodies visiting Lyon.

Meeting Point

Meet the guide at the entrance of the Saint Antoine marketplace
(11 Quai des Célestins, 69002 Lyon, France) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.