Sightseeing cruise, starting from quai des Célestins, from the 8th to the 11th of december 2021 Festival of Lights

Next departure on 08/12/2021 at 11:00

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Tour proposed by Les Bateaux Lyonnais

A relaxing and peaceful atmosphere

Explore the historic heart of Lyon and its bright ochred façades. Sail along the banks of districts inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage list, from Renaissance Vieux-Lyon to the Presqu'île.
Be sure to look up, so as not to miss the Fourvière district and the basilica, the cathedral of Saint-Jean below, and the charming neo-Gothic church of Saint-Georges.
The cruise continues on down the river Saône all the way to the Confluence district, to show you the more contemporary aspects of Lyon.
A guided cruise that will show you the city and its history from a different perspective, in a relaxing atmosphere.

Worth knowing

Please ensure you arrive 10 minutes before the tour commences.
Booking is necessary
Cancellation free of charge 72 hours before schedule activity
Free with the Lyon City Card, without prior reservation and subject to availability - Present yourself at least 30 minutes before the departure of your choice

Health and safety commitments

We have taken all health and safety precautions in order to provide cruises in the best possible conditions

  • alcohol-based hand sanitizer provided
  • a mask must be worn by customers and the entire team
  • The sanitary pass will be required during this visit
  • the captain reminds passengers of instructions during cruises
  • regular cleaning of equipment

50 minutes




Metro A or D > Bellecour

Meeting point

Boarding and landing opposite 2 quai des Célestins - Lyon 2nd. At the foot of the Passerelle du Palais de Justice, left bank of the Saône river, by Place Bellecour.

Adult €15.00
Child from 3 to 10 €8.00
Baby under 3 Free

From Pont du Change to Pont Maréchal Juin

During the Middle Ages, just one bridge spanned the river Saône: Pont du Change (1070 AD) built from ancient reused stones. It connected the northern part of Vieux-Lyon to the Presqu’île and its traders.