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Route: Lyon
Duration: 2 h

Start the tour from the Basilica Fourviere and experience Lyon as a whole with a spectacular city view from the esplanade. On the way down, discover the Antic Roman Theatre before strolling through the Old town listed as Unesco World Heritage area. Visit St Jean Cathedral and learn about the famous passageways called "traboules". Then, discover Lyon Peninsula, this thin strip of land between Lyon’s two rivers the Rhone and the Saone. Drive through Bellecour Square, see the Opera House, Celestin Theatre, several painted walls, Terreaux Square, Notre Dame de Fourvière, etc.

Price: per person

Price: 18.00 EUR
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