About Rhone France
The RHONE region is famous for its majestic river, but it also seduces visitors with its vast variety of stunning landscapes, its authentic villages, and its radiant capital city, Lyon.
- In the north, the Pays Beaujolais is a colorful land dotted with vineyards, rolling hills, and villages built with golden stone.
- To the west, Beaujolais Vert is an area of stunning natural beauty; its mountains make it a veritable playground for anyone who enjoys outdoor activities.
Beside Lyon, Lyonnais is characterized by its highlands, which reveal breathtaking panoramic views of prairies, fields, vineyards, and orchards.
The dynamic metropolis of Lyon is the third largest city in France.
Lyon offers a wide range of cultural and recreational activities, including strolls through Old Lyon, walks amidst the lush greenery of l’île Barbe, shopping on the Presqu’île (Pensinsula) or the Croix Rousse, visits to Fourvière Hill, and discovery of the historical cradle of the city…
The city’s many attractions are best explored while wandering through Lyon’s fascinating neighborhoods.