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Lyon is a city full of surprises... here are some facts you probably don't know about the city.
Lovers of architecture and styles, prepare to be amazed.
The city of Lyon was built over 2,000 years, and still is built in compliance with the successive epochs: this is one reason for its classification as a UNESCO World Heritage.Sites and civil and religious monuments, the oldest dating back to antiquity, mark out the areas of Lyon.Great architects worked to beautify the city over the centuries: Philibert de l'Orme, Soufflot, Mansart, Tony Garnier, BossanDelfante, Nouvel, Calatrava,Botta, Buren, Piano ... assisted by talented anonymous, such as tailors stone carved their initials on the walls of the cathedral.
Detailed information is available on http://www.en.lyon-france.com/Discover-Lyon
Lyon international airport
Lyon airport (Lyon-Saint Exupéry) is situated approximately 25 km (15 Miles) East of Lyon and is in easy access to the major cities :http://www.lyonaeroports.com/eng
Lyon is connected to European railways network
From Grenoble: 104km
Use the A43/E70 until the end of the motorway
Travelling from Geneve: 149 km
Use the A1/E25/E62 to France; A40/E21/E62 to Lyon-Dijon-Paris; A40/E21/E62 to Lyon-Marseille-Grenoble; and then follow the A42/E611 to Lyon
Travelling from Torino: 305 km
Use the A55/E70 to Frejus; A43/E70 to Lyon-Chambéry and then follow Lyon-Bourg en Bresse
Travelling from Zürich: 427 km
Use the E25/E27/A1 to Bern; E25/E62/A1 to Genève; and then follow same direction as travelling from Genève to Lyon
Detailed information is available on: http://www.viamichelin.fr