Last updated on 19 juil. 2020

An ideal location!

Lyon is the capital of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region, situated at the northeaster corner of the southeast quadrant of France. Nestled between the sea and the mountains and close to many European cities, Lyon and the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region is a portal to extraordinary destinations in France and in Europe.
Lyon, the second largest economic centre in France after Paris, is a city on the move, in the heart of economic, social and cultural changes.
Voir en plein écran

The city of Lyon has long been renowned for its culinary specialities and for playing an essential role in France's cultural and creative developpement. Festival of Lights, Biennale de la Danse, Film Festival Lumière, Biennale d’Art contemporaine are just some of the many events that keep Lyon and its residents abuzz with activity.

Open and friendly, Lyon iss host to more than 144,500 students and is ranked #2 for students in France.
And the Université Lumière Lyon 2 sits in the geographical, cultural, and historical heart of Lyon, as the academic reflection of all that the city represents.

Welcome to Lyon!

Lyon has always been at the crossroads of European trade and is a passionate city which is a meeting place, and is both welcoming and open to the world. Its unique architectural heritage (listed as UNESCO World Heritage site), its reputation as the international capital of gastronomy, but also its cultural vibrancy and the audaciousness of its new urban developments, from the Confluence district to the banks of Saône, now make it one of Europe's most prized and "trendy" city tourism destinations. Everything is in place to guarantee you an unforgettable experience: marvels from the past, contemporaty innovation and the arti of living. [ONLYLYON]