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  • Lyon: Musée des Confluences Entrance Ticket

    1. Lyon: Musée des Confluences Entrance Ticket

    Discover the spectacular architecture and fascinating exhibits this cutting-edge museum. Experience the world of the natural and the human at Lyon's showpiece waterfront attraction. Delve into a museum which situates itself at the confluence of knowledge, science and culture. Admire the striking design resembling a floating crystal cloud of stainless steel and glass, and step inside the iconic building. Explore science and anthropology through fascinating exhibits on origins, species, societies and eternities. Learn the story of human life and civilizations in the permanent collection. Enjoy inclusive entry also into the temporary exhibits. Feast your eyes on treasures like the massive dinosaur skeleton, as well as Egyptian mummies and fossils. Examine ethnographic artifacts and cutting edge exhibits alike in this Lyon essential.

  • Lyon City Pass: Public Transport & More Than 40 Attractions

    2. Lyon City Pass: Public Transport & More Than 40 Attractions

    With the Lyon City Card, the gates to France's second-biggest city are open! Save time and money while discovering its secret alleyways and magnificent museums. Visit 23 museums for free with your Lyon City Card, and make the most of 48 things to do and 25 discounts which cover the whole of Lyon's cultural offerings. You'll also get complimentary access to Lyon's public transport, as well as access to bike tours, visits to the Fine Art Museum, river cruises, and much more. Have fun! Museums and temporary exhibitions : • Fine Arts Museum of Lyon • OL Museum (football team) • Gadagne Museums: history of Lyon and puppets of the world • Modern Art Museum (open only for temporary exhibitions) • Contemporary Art Institute (only open for exhibitions) • Museum of Gallo Roman Civilization • Museum of Textile • Lumière Museum • Fourvière Museum of Religious Art • Printing Museum...

    very useful. we where able to visit a lot of places and travel around easily with the public transportations with the Lyon City Card. If you wanna see a lot and walk less without paying to much this is definitly a go!

  • Lyon: 1-Hour City Tram Audio-Guided Tour

    3. Lyon: 1-Hour City Tram Audio-Guided Tour

    Ride a unique and stylish Croix-Rousse city tram that runs through this less-than-typical district of Lyon. Discover the district in a different way on this 1-hour tour. You’ll pass by the Opera House, the Amphitheatre of the Three Gauls, Gros Caillou, the Croix Rousse Aera, Canuts House and Wall, Croix Rousse Market and last but not least, the famous Green Wall of Lyon. Tours last for about an hour and are audio-guided in: French, English, German, Italian and Spanish.

    De Lyon city-tram audio-guided tour geeft je een mooi beeld van een mooi gedeelte van Lyon: Croix-Rousse, waar je lopend niet zo gauw doorheen komt, vanwege de steile hellingen.

  • From Geneva: Chamonix-Mont-Blanc Excursion

    4. From Geneva: Chamonix-Mont-Blanc Excursion

    Travel through the picturesque Arve Valley from Geneva to Chamonix, explore the famous village of Chamonix, and marvel at the alpine views. The resort experienced its first growth spurt in the Victorian era, hosted the first Winter Olympics in 1924 and has emerged as the capital of all-mountain skiing. The steep-sided valley, with its glaciers and rocky spires, is where snow-sports and mountaineering meet. The busy town is a popular destination for day trippers. Find shopping designer brands and fashionable mountain brands in the many boutiques. Sample local products such as cheese, meats and fresh honey.

  • from Geneva: Chamonix Gold Tour

    5. from Geneva: Chamonix Gold Tour

    Visit the site of the first Winter Olympics! In Chamonix you’ll experience majestic scenery on a drive through the Arve Valley and from the 12,605-foot viewing platform on Europe’s highest mountain.  This full-day tour begins in Geneva with a drive across the French border through the glacier-fed Arve Valley. At Chamonix you’ll marvel at the splendid backdrop of the massive peaks of the Aiguilles Rouges. You’ll take the cable car up to Aiguille du Midi, which was the world’s highest cable car ride when it was launched in 1955. Enjoy breathtaking panoramas of this Alpine wonderland, with views into France, Switzerland, and Italy. Lunch will be at your leisure. You will also have the chance to ride the astonishing Montenvers rack railway to the Mer de Glace glacier. The journey on this electric train covers 3 miles of beautiful mountainous scenery before arriving at the longest glacier i...

    the trip is just as described nothing more nothing less. it does not give you enough time for what could be done in Chamonix , the guides are good. the GetYourGuide recommend lunch place is a total flop. Chamomix and you both deserve more time and a group tour is not able to do justice to it.

  • Lyon: Audio Guide Walking Tour of Fourvière District

    6. Lyon: Audio Guide Walking Tour of Fourvière District

    Explore a district known as the cradle of Lyon with its incredible ruins still standing. Let the district come to life with stories of its history automatically triggered by your location as you walk. Begin your tour on the Esplanade de Fourvière and its mini replica of the Eiffel Tower. Discover the Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourvière, the symbol of the city, majestically placed on the hill. Stroll through sights like the Amphitheater and the Sanctuary of Cybèle. Use the app to go at your own pace, and take breaks whenever you wish. Hear fascinating facts about the district as your discover its heritage in this relaxed and informative way.

  • Private Trip From Geneva to Chamonix & Montreux

    7. Private Trip From Geneva to Chamonix & Montreux

    Begin the delightful journey from your hotel, then sit back, relax and enjoy the impressive views of Swiss countryside as you cross the border to France through the Arve Valley along the River Arve. Enjoy the spectacular scenery as you arrive at the remarkable Chamonix-Mont-Blanc – a well-known ski and holiday resort, where the first Winter Olympics was held in 1924. In Chamonix you will have leisure time for exploring the town on your own, gazing at the neighboring mountains and glaciers lifting up to Mont Blanc. If you wish, you can take the highest cable car in Europe – Aiguille du Midi, and reach the kingdom of eternal snow, which will unravel a crystalline view over Mont Blanc cradled by the French, Swiss and Italian Alps. After returning back to Chamonix and having lunch at one of the local cafes, proceed with the journey to Montreux, which is firmly squeezed between Lake Geneva ...

  • From Geneva: Private Chamonix-Mont-Blanc Day Trip

    8. From Geneva: Private Chamonix-Mont-Blanc Day Trip

    On this private day trip, admire the world-famous mountain resort of Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, its towering peaks, glaciers, and picturesque alpine town. This is a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in the Alps. During your full-day tour, you will ride the Aiguille Du Midi cable car to enjoy a 360 degree viewpoint over the French, Swiss and Italian Alps. This is the highest point accessible by cable car in Europe. At the summit, there are a number of viewing terraces, a cafeteria and a souvenir shop. Then you will ride the Montenvers railway from Chamonix to Mer de Glace, France’s largest glacier. Visitors can descend into the ice cave that is sculpted into the glacier. Consider that this ticket does not include any ticket fairs with the cable car or the railway. At the foot of Mont Blanc, you will visit Chamonix town center to soak up the atmosphere of this alpine ...

  • Lyon: Food-Themed Audio Guide Walking Tour

    9. Lyon: Food-Themed Audio Guide Walking Tour

    Hear stories of the city's food culture and its many restaurants as you explore its streets. Let Lyon come to life with stories of its history automatically triggered by your location as you walk. Learn the secrets of regional specialty dishes and delicacies, and hear anecdotes about food and restaurants. Tickle your tastebuds with visits to key culinary locations in the city. Finish your tour at the magnificent Place Bellecour, the largest square in Lyon and the largest pedestrian square in Europe. Use the app to go at your own pace, and take breaks whenever you wish. Hear fascinating facts about Lyon's gastronomic heritage as your discover the city in a relaxed and informative way

  • Lyon: Private Airport Transfer Service

    10. Lyon: Private Airport Transfer Service

    Take the stress out of airport commutes by pre-booking your own private airport transfer to or from LYS Airport. Rest assured knowing you will be dropped off anywhere between Lyon and LYS Airport conveniently, safely, and in comfort. Whether you are traveling in a bigger group or with extra luggage, tailor your private transfer to your needs by indicating what you need when you book. To ensure a relaxed transfer experience, you will receive a text message shortly before your scheduled pickup with your booking reference, a customer service number, and your driver's name and contact details. When you book your private transfer, remember to include your flight details. Your driver will track your flight so that no matter whether your flight arrives early, late, or on time, your driver will be there to greet you on arrival. Your driver will pick you up from the arrivals hall or agreed meet...

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What people are saying about Rhone-Alpes

The tour is very nice and long. Also a stop for pictures was possible. The Audioguide was also full of information. You should do this tour in the beginning of your Lyon-trip, because the tour starts with a short round at hotel de ville and Opera. 5 stars!

very useful. we where able to visit a lot of places and travel around easily with the public transportations with the Lyon City Card. If you wanna see a lot and walk less without paying to much this is definitly a go!

Amazing architectural museum with very interesting and curious exhibitions about us humans and our dear planet Earth.

very good, helmet provided and excellent quality. The small break after 15 minutes is appreciable for the eyes.

Leave yourself plenty of time. Lots to see and do.