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Rue des Marronniers, Lyon

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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2/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
A pedestrian thoroughfare, Rue des Marronniers has birthed some of France's most notable actors. The street is home to Théâtre des Marronniers monument and various bouchons, or Lyon-style restaurants. You can window shop among the 17th- and 18th- century buildings with no concern for traffic. If you're hungry, stop in one of the many French restaurants lining the way. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Lyon holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Rue des Marronniers and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • On this street there are a large number of restaurants with street pads. To have fun, I advise you to approach the choice carefully, because bol′šinst′vo establishments in such places belong to such a "tourist" and, hence, are designed for flow and single visit. If the institution opened after 3:00 pm, it will be exactly a tourist level, since all self-respecting establishments during certain hours (usually from 14.30 and up to 19-19.30) don't work and are closed at lunch break.
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  • In between the two rivers near Place Bellecour, small streets of mixed shops and eating places. Quite lively at night. 
  • Narrow road, parallel to the East of Piazza Bellecourt, towards the River Rhone. Basically a row of typical local restaurants (in Lyon called bouchon), and others, on both sides. Both Lyon and tourists. There's plenty to choose from.
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