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Business Class Flights To Lyon

France’s third largest city, perched at the confluence of the Rhône and the Saône Rivers, is an alluring European destination. With so much to choose from - whether you are interested in history, shopping, wine-tasting, or simply experiencing a different culture - Lyon is a sophisticated choice. Ensure the best travel experience by purchasing business class flights to Lyon. Your premium ticket will afford you so many luxuries and top-notch services and conveniences, you will be sure to have the trip of a lifetime.

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Lyon Airport and Business Class Lounge

Lyon–Saint Exupéry Airport, formerly known as Lyon Satloas Airport, is an important facility that serves the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of France. It is located 13 miles southeast of the city center. When you arrive on business class flights to Lyon, you can immediately take advantage of all the fine, exclusive services and amenities provided for you in the business class lounge. Whether you are traveling for business or for pleasure, enjoy the calm atmosphere of the lounge and re-energize before the next phase of your journey. Free high-speed Wi-Fi, cocktails, delicious food, and access to computers, magazines and entertainment centers guarantee time well spent as you travel.


Things To Do In Lyon

Lyon is known as an interesting city to walk around and discover its architectural marvels. Founded in the 1st century BC, this historical city could be the poster child of UNESCO Heritage sites. Surprisingly, the city is not terribly overrun with tourists, except during the Fête des Lumières (Festival of Lights) that occurs over 4 days, usually in the second week of December. This festival has been celebrated since 1852, with the townspeople of Lyon illuminating their windows with candles. Eventually it grew into an international affair, with professional lightshows and installations taking over the city. This festival attracts 4 million visitors every year, which is comparable to Oktoberfest in Munich! So, if you plan on visiting Lyon at this time, be certain to make all of your travel and accommodation plans far in advance!

Vieux Lyon, the old city center, features narrow cobblestone streets and is divided into three areas named after the churches found there: St. Paul, St. Jean, and St. Georges. To really get a chance to appreciate the beauty of the architecture here, try to visit in the morning, before it gets too busy. Be sure to look for the traboules – corridors linking two streets through a building, which are a typical characteristic of buildings in this area. Often these will include beautiful Renaissance courtyards, some of the most impressive of which are Maison du Chamarier and Maison du Crible. Rue St. Jean is the main strip of the area and here you will find many shops and restaurants for tourists.

Fourvière is another important area in Lyon, and the location of even more interesting spots. There is a panoramic viewpoint, and if the weather is clear, you can see Mont Blanc in the distance. Next to this viewpoint is the massive white marble Basilica of Notra-Dame de Fourvière that was built in 1872. Also nearby is a small replica of the Eiffel Tower that is now used as a radio and TV antenna, as well as two Roman theatres - some of the only remnants of the ancient Roman city of Lugdunum. Lyon’s oldest church, St. Irénée, is also found in Fourvière.

For some excellent shopping, dining or clubbing, you’ll want to head to Presqu'île. The impressive City Hall is found here in the Place des Terreaux, a large square in the area. This part of Lyon also contains many other charming city squares such as Place Sathonay, Place des Jacobins, Place Bellecour, and Place de la Comédie. Interesting buildings include Hôtel-Dieu, a majestic old hospital, Théâtre des Célestins, and the Opera House.

Lyon is home to a vast number of Museums and Galleries. Popular highlights include the Musée des Beaux Arts, Musée Des Confluences, Institut Lumière, and Musées Gadagne, the puppet museum. There are also plenty of relaxing parks and gardens to meander through, such as Parc de la Tête d'Or, Rhône banks, and the surrealist Jardin des Curiosités. Hear the Lyon National Orchestra at the impressive Auditorium concert hall, or go to Ninkasi for rock and electronic music and enjoy a house-brewed beer.

When you get hungry in Lyon, you know it’s time to try a traditional local restaurant, known as bouchons. Here you can try typical dishes such as salade lyonnaise, saucisson chaud, quenelle de brochet, tablier de sapeur, andouillette, gratin dauphinois, and cervelle de canut. For a an exquisite dining experience, restaurants such as Paul Bocus, L’Auberge de L’Ile, Têtedoie, and Au 14 Février are highly recommended for an unforgettable meal. Of course, don’t forget to wash down all of this delectable, satisfying food with some Rhône wine. For wine enthusiasts, Lyon is a fantastic city to visit as it is in such close proximity to many renowned vineyards such as Beaujolais, Burgundy, and Rhône Valley.


Getting Around Lyon

The city center of Lyon is not terrible large, so most of the sites can be reached on foot if you are so inclined. The public transportation is considered one of the best in the country, and metro stations are generally about a 10 minutes’ walk apart. In addition, there are two funiculars that run from Vieux Lyon metro to Fourvière and Saint-Just, as well as five tram lines and over 100 bus lines if you wish to get further away from the city center. Lyon is moderately safe for cycling, although there are still some troublesome areas. There is a public bicycle service called Vélo'v which you can use to borrow a bike and which accepts international credit cards for payment. Driving in the city is not recommended, as parking is either difficult or pricey, signage is confusing, and traffic is typically bad. Taxis are available, but they can be quite expensive. Another interesting method of seeing Lyon is to take a boat trip on the Saône.

Whether you are traveling for business, leisure, or a combination of both, purchasing business class flights to Lyon is the best way of making the most of your visit to this historical and seductive city. Relax with the best services, more legroom, and fine dining from the moment you take off, to the moment you arrive at your destination, raring to go. Discerning travelers know that business class flights to Lyon are the surefire way of guaranteeing an unforgettable trip.

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