3 – LYON



From Camping Grand Large to Lyon, Get on Tram T3 at  Meyzieu Gare  get off at  Gare La Part Dieu (end of line)

Operates from 6 to 23 hours - Ticket Liberté 1 day - 4,70 € 

45.768885, 5.030783 -- If parking is full at Meyzieu Gare, on the end Line Tram, parking is larger 




 Get on Trolleybus C-3, get off at  Gare Saint Paul  (end of line)


Walk Middle Ages Lyon (1) - 1.5 Km - Download PDF for touristic tour


A - Saint Paul Station Railway.


B - Church of Saint Paul, built between the ninth and fifteenth centuries.


C - Juiverie street No 4, the house Henry IV, built under Francis I.


D - Juiverie street No 8. Philibert Delorme's house, and his gallery on horns.


E - At No. 18, Alley Punaise (Bug), open sewer in the Middle Ages.


F - Juiverie street No. 23, see the house Dugas, early seventeenth centuries.


G - Lainerie street No. 14. Here the house Claude Debourg flamboyant Gothic façade (1516).


H - The Guildhall, built in 1630, modified in 1748 by Soufflot.


I - The Market square, and house Thomassin, Gothic, with blazon the Dauphin of France and Britain.


J - The Petit Collège, built in 1730, and today the 5th district council.


K - St Jean street No. 24, discover the house Laurencin, eighteenth century with spiral staircase.


L - Street du Boeuf (beef) No. 16, the Torre Rosa, hanging gardens set around.


M - Street du Boeuf, 27 see the passage of the Great "traboule".


N - House of the lawyers, hostel Le Croix-d'Or (The Golden Cross) in the sixteenth century.


O - Bombarde Street: street of tax collector, during fairs since the fifteenth century.


P - St-Jean Cathedral, built between the twelfth and fifteenth centuries.


Q - Around the Cathedral. Remains of early Christian churches of St-Etienne (St. Stephen) and Ste-Croix (St. Cross).


Walk Former Lyon (2) - 5.1 Km


B - Under the square, the most amazing parking Lyon, "The tour Creuse" built by Michel Targe and encouraged by the work of Buren.


C - Place Bellecour: Statue of Louis XIV. Dedicated to Louis the Great, the square was conducted in 1713-1738 and later modified under Napoleon.


D - On the street Santa Elena, on the left, go up the street from Charity clockwise. Behold the mansion Lacroix-Laval, (1739), where the Museum Decorative Arts.


E - The Hôtel-Dieu. Built over a building of twelfth century , then Soufflot made ​​the facade facing the Rhone (375 m) and the great dome. This building houses the Museum of the Civil Hospices of Lyon.


F - Theatre of Celestine, very beautiful Italian room, built by Gaspard André (1877).


G - Place des Jacobins. Source of Gaspard André (1886).


H - For the Republic Street, go to the square of the "Cordeliers" (Franciscans monks).


I - The Church Saint-Bonaventure, 1325-1494.


J - Opposite the palace of the Exchange, Dardel work (1862)


K - In the 13 "Poulaillerie" street (henhouse), Crown House, museum of print.


L - Go to Church St. Nizier, Flamboyant Gothic style.


M - Take the Exchange to the Lyceum Ampère, created in 1519 by the brotherhood of the Trinity. Baroque chapel from 1619.


N - The Opera. Built in 1829, the building was renovated and enhanced by a glass dome in 1990.


O - Square des Terreaux and The Place Louis Pradel above,


P - The City Hall. Built in 1646 by Simon Maupin. Bell tower. Salons type Second Empire.


Q - Metro station Hôtel de Ville.


Transport to Tony Garnier Urban Museum :


A -> B  -  Get on metro A, get off at  Perrache  (end of line)
B -> C  -  Get on Tram 2, and Get off at   Bachut - Mairie du 8ème
C -> D  -  Walk  to  Boulevard des États-Unis - Musée Tony Garnier (500 m)






The Tony Garnier Urban Museum is a collection of 25 painted walls of apartments build from 1920 to 1934. In honor of his architect Tony Garnier, in a neighborhood rehabilitation program in a low income site.

It was designed and completed between 1987 and 2001, by the City mural artists of Creation and the local residents of the United States Boulevard.

In April 1991, UNESCO gave the Tony Garnier Urban Museum label World Decade for Cultural Development. This international recognition allowed the City of Creation 6 entrust design painted walls about artists from every continent. The Urban Museum, was supported by private patrons and the OPAC of Greater Lyon.


To return to the campsite:


In Boulevard des États-Unis (United States Boulevard) Get on Tram 4 and get off at Gare Part-Dieu-Villette


And in the same stop, get on Tram 3 and get off at Meyzieu