Lyon, which straddles the Rhône and Saône, is a highly diverse city, with contemporary architecture, private 18th century hotels and traboules that date back to the Renaissance. Follow your guide and discover sights rarely seen by visitors. Cycle along the Rhône to the unusual and contemporary Confluence district. Make the most of this opportunity to take a good look at the Musée des Confluences, a museum and architectural marvel located on the south-facing outskirts of Lyon.
Further on, you're sure to fall under the spell of the banks of the Saône, and the district's ever-transforming landscaped garden. Explore Lyon as you cycle upriver, from south to north. This remarkable urban breakaway tour will take you all the way to the surprising and rather psychedelic tunnel devoted to alternative means of transport in the Croix-Rousse area! This stage takes you off the beaten track to discover city’s gems and well-kept secrets. For those who are nostalgic for France's former Routes Nationales, you may be interested to learn that these highways, which predated modern motorways, were formerly commonly used by French holidaymakers!
Please ensure you arrive 15 minutes before the tour commences. Booking is necessary Cancellation free of charge 72 hours before schedule activity For children aged 12 or over, or measuring at least 5 foot (1.5 m) Helmet are supplied (and compulsory)
Health and safety commitments
Date de reprise : 18 mai 2020
Modalité d’accueil :
4 personnes maxi dans notre magasin (nous ferons entrer par petit groupe)
masque obligatoire (des masques peuvent être fournis par nos soins au prix coutant)
gel hydroalcoolique à disposition
Offre adaptée :
activité de plein air
désinfection du matériel
petits groupes (8 personnes maximum)
distanciation physique (liée au véhicule d’au moins 1m)
Electric bicycle tour
Metro A or D > Bellecour
At the Mobilboard store - 29 quai Gailleton - Lyon 2nd
Lyon by bike
The city of Lyon favours alternative means of transport. The network of cycling tracks covers 725 km and grows by 30 km a year, in keeping with the "Alternative Means of Transport" development plan scheduled to run until 2020.