Stepping off the Ouibus in Lyon, you will find yourself in a city which combines good food, cutting edge trends and the pleasure of strolling around and admiring the glorious architecture. Wander among the cobbled streets of the Unesco-protected historic centre, Vieux Lyon, before climbing up to the heights of Fourvière to admire the view. A visit to the History Museum will take you on a fascinating journey back to the time when Lyon was practically the capital of France. Rent a bike for the day and freewheel along the banks of the city’s two rivers, the Rhône and the Saône. Peruse the market stalls, tasting the rich flavours of this city that’s so famous for its food. One of the world’s most gastronomic cities, you’ll find Lyon stuffed with Michelinstarred restaurants, however, you’ll have a truly authentic experience in one of the city’s famous “bouchons”. These traditional eateries specialise in meaty local dishes, complemented by local wines such as Beaujolais or Côtes du Rhône. You’ll leave with a full belly and a smile on your face. Go for a stroll around the Confluence district before you leave by Ouibus. Lyon’s two rivers converge here, and this former industrial site has been transformed with a brilliantly innovative urban regeneration project.