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LYON

Ideally located in France and in Europe, at the confluence of two rivers – the Rhône and the Saône-Lyon boasts architectural, cultural and gastronomic treasures and many other attractions.

Do you want to make the most of your sporting weekend by discovering Lyon and all of its treasures?

Well, we have just what you need: the City Card, Lyon’s culture and leisure pass.

RUN IN LYON SPECIAL OFFER:
FOR EVERY CITY CARD PURCHASED, ENJOY A 50% DISCOUNT WHEN YOU BUY A SECOND ONE!

ACTIVATE THIS OFFER

* To take advantage of this offer, activate the following promotional code on the site https://www.lyoncitycard.com/ : RUNINLYON1018

  • Code active from 06/06/2018 to 7/10/2018
  • Offer only valid for adult 1,2,3 and 4-day cards (excluding rhonexpress and cannot be combined with the web rate)
  • Offer valid on the site https://www.lyoncitycard.com/ and by contacting the call centre on + 33 (0)4 72 77 69 69.


Run In Lyon will allow you to discover “the places to be” in the capital of the Gauls:

  • The Parc de la Tête d’Or, through which the Marathon will pass, whose design was based on landscaped gardens. It features a 16-hectare lake which draws it water from an arm of the Rhône, as well as zoological gardens and a botanical garden. Discover the opening times here..
  • The Parc de Gerland is ideal for leisure activities, sport and discovering the local fauna. It is made up of a huge playground, a promenade, family gardens, a skatepark and an artificial misting system. Discover the opening times here.
  • The Halles de Lyon : a prime location for your taste buds, the renowned institution for good food and an international benchmark for gourmets, the Halles de Lyon – Paul Bocuse are symbolic of Lyon and France’s gastronomic excellence. More information here.
  • The Opéra National de Lyon: one of the finest examples of theatre architecture from the second half of the 20th century! Renovated in 1993 by Jean Nouvel, today the Opéra de Lyon is part of international architectural heritage. Discover the programme here.
  • The Opéra National de Lyon: one of the finest examples of theatre architecture from the second half of the 20th century! Renovated in 1993 by Jean Nouvel, today the Opéra de Lyon is part of international architectural heritage. Discover the programme here.

Discover the website of the city of Lyon