Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse, Lyon

Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse is a covered marketplace with over 50 upscale shops and restaurants. Newly built in the 1960s, this is also a market with the best of Lyon's ingredients for the city's famous cuisine. Sausages, dumplings, and snails are hung, iced, and arranged just so to lure your eye away from competing vendors; this isn't the original market, but a reconstructed version. The original was built in 1869, but later was demolished. The locals missed a market where they could purchase the best goods directly from the origin, so it was reconstructed in its full glory and with modern improvements, such as spacious walkways. Arrange to visit Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse and other attractions in Lyon using our Lyon trip itinerary maker app .
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  • That's good... full of specialties of the region and France a dream for the taste buds a very nice visit
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  • Expensive, noisy and too touristy for my taste. You will find all the specialists Lyon but don't go there to do business. The setting is grim and we have to fight for a table. But go there to get an idea. Lyon friends love...
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  • We came here on a Sunday morning for a late breakfast and it was jam packed with locals enjoying glasses of wine , beer and eating oysters , cheeses and many other varieties of delicious quality food ...  more »
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  • Nice market. Remains strange that some shops closes during lunch times while others need to be open for a food market. But nice shops and for all something to find. In the food capital of France I expected a bit more so 4 in stead of 5 stars.
  • Great activity on a hot Lyon day. There a re a ton of little shops and restaurants in Les Halles, so you can easily visit 3 or 4 times (which I did). My favorite spot was the seafood restaurant in the center and AOC right at the entrance.
  • Great places to take french local food and to eat whatever you like. Definitely worth the ride by taxi even of you only have one day stay. Go over there and but cheese and saucisonn
  • Don't let the (nondescript glass) exterior architecture fool you -- this building houses a great array of local French and Lyonnaise food stalls and eateries ranging from fresh produce, bakeries, patisseries, fromageries, boucheries, charcuteries, seafood, cafes. You'll absolutely find something to satisfy your taste buds!
  • Great choice of fresh and prepared high quality food on offer. Worth a visit if you are a foodie! Needs a proper cafe and more opportunity to eat on the premises.

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Lyon’s nine districts surround the two major rivers running through the city: the Rhône and the Saône. The most scenic districts are Vieux Lyon (Old Lyon) and La Croix Rousse, where the city’s historic sites are located. Lodging in these areas is walking distance to these sites. Near the breathtaking Parc de la Tête, the Tête D’Or district offers a quieter option away from the city center.
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