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Run in Lyon by Harmonie Mutuelle, which continues to burnish its environmental credentials, has several options for you to get to Place Bellecour using various means of transport. A route planner will help you find the best route to the Village, the start and the finish of Run in Lyon depending on what means of transport you are going to use.

So what is the best way to get there? Here are a few options:

Worried about where to drop off your Vélo'V in Place Bellecour? No more! You can now ride your Vélo'V right up to the Village and the start!

Run in Lyon is setting up a very-high-capacity temporary station for runners to be able to access and leave the Start/Finish area with Vélo'V and zero hassle.

Where: Place Bellecour

When: times to be announced

find out more about Vélo'V here

There will also be a bicycle parking facility so that runners who come to the venue on their own bicycles do not have to worry about finding parking spot before retrieving their race numbers or starting the race.

Where: Place Bellecour

When: Friday 30 September and Saturday 1 October from 10 am to 7 pm

Sunday 2 October from 7 am to 3 pm

the organisation will not be liable for your bicycle.


Lyon's TCL network has a wide range of options for getting to the Run in Lyon Village and the start of your race. Feel free to use the route planner on this page to find the easiest route to get to the Village, the start and the finish of Run in Lyon.

Even if you do not live near public transport stops, keep in mind that there are many park-and-ride facilities in the region.

Whether you come from Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes or some other region, remember to have a look at the train routes to Lyon. Lyon's train stations, located in the heart of the city, are just a short walk away from the Village in Place Bellecour and the start of Run in Lyon. Check out your route on the SNCF website as well as the list of park-and-ride facilities provided below to make it even easier to take the train at the station.

If you have no choice but to take the car, consider carpooling. The Lyon metropolitan area boasts numerous park-and-ride and/or carpooling facilities where you can meet up to share a ride.