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Discover Lyon and the mountains of Lyonnais

Place Neuve is located in Brullioles, just 40 minutes from Lyon, the French capital of gastronomy. A trip to the capital of Gaul seems unavoidable. A 60-minute drive from your holiday location, the city of Roanne also has some undeniable charm assets. You stay in the mountains of Lyonnais, a paradise for hikers. A short walking tour of the region's certified trails offers great views of the region. Discover the calf market in Saint-Laurent-de-Chamousset and the Courzieu animal park.

Discover Brullioles and Mount Pothu

Your hotel is located in the village of Brullioles, in the heart of the Lyonnais mountains, at the foot of Mount Pothu, at an altitude of 818 meters. A town of 800 inhabitants particularly dynamic, Brullioles has a remarkable architectural heritage that deserves to be emphasized, and is the subject of legends that children will appreciate to discover. A hiking trail, the mule track, allows to discover on a distance of 7 or 14 km, the village and the small neighboring towns all more charming than the others. It can be borrowed on foot, horseback or mountain bike.

Lyon and the halls

The city of Lyon is a must for your stay at Place Neuve. Old Lyon, a cruise on the Rhone and Saone, visit the Confluence Museum, famous museum of natural history and anthropology are inevitable. Finally, the halls of Bocuse are a mandatory detour to discover the gastronomy Rhone.

The calf market of Saint-Laurent-de-Chamousset

It's a safe bet that you have never seen this! Every week, in Saint-Laurent-de-Chamousset, the calf market is held, where traders and producers meet. An unusual "spectacle" that you will be able to contemplate from the mezzanine arranged for the visitors, in the hall of the village.

The animal park of Courzieu

The animal park of Courzieu offers you to meet wild animals, sheltered in aviaries and enclosures. This park, which pursues the objective of conserving species by offering its residents living conditions respectful of their natural balance, including gray wolves and white wolves.