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All reviews pedestrian street shopping district sights and sounds window shopping water features place bellecour lovely fountain great shopping printemps shoppers artery carousel fnac shopaholic cafes cars benches
An interesting area, beautiful park and water feature.. in a great retail area that would keep any shopper happy.. too many people around for a really good look but what we saw was impressive.. great strolling area
Most famous street in lyon. Located near bellcour square. This is the best place for shopping in lyon, a lot of restaurants nearby, movie theater and many other things, easy access to other attractions in lyon from this street.
From Place des Cordeliers through to Place Bellecour, Rue de la République is pretty much a pedestrian zone, (there is the occasional break to let cars through) and filled with more shops than you can poke a stick at. It is a shopaholic’s dream, shop...More
This is the main shopping street in Lyon. It houses many brands name stores large & small. Many shops also come off the main street on side alleys and streets. It’s a pedestrian area & easily walkable. With a large modern fountain in the middle,...More
If you want a break from the small shops in Vieux Lyon or are looking for some of the bigger names of shops, this is the place to go! Our girls were wowed by Printemps, Hema, Tiger, H & M. and several other brand names!
To know whether you need to go here or not, it is really simple. I would recommend if you like shopping, if you like strolling around in a busy street full with people and a vibrant atmosphere, or if you like people watching while sitting...More
I don't go to France to shop. We have plenty of great stores back in the States. But I thoroughly enjoy walking on pedestrian malls to see what brands are popular in Europe, and take in the sights and sounds. We were captivated by a...More