Shops and markets

Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse

Ever since its construction towards the end of the 1960s, Les Halles de Lyon market has been the spiritual home of gastronomy in Lyon. Furthermore, since 2006, it has borne the name of Paul Bocuse, France’s most internationally renowned chef.

Bakeries, chocolatiers, caterers, butchers, charcutiers, fishmongers… Nearly 60 merchants are spread out along three huge aisles at the Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse market, invariably suppliers of produce to the city’s finest restaurants.

Not to be missed at Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse:

The meats of Trolliet, an award-winning butchery
Pierre Bastin’s poultry, complete with striking feathered collars
Sibilia, a local charcutier proudly serving Lyon’s finest sausage in brioche!
The Giraudet quenelles, an emblem of the city’s cuisine since 1910
Cellerier, offering a selection of the finest cheeses from France and overseas
- The legendary cheeses of La Mère Richard – none more so than their celebrated Saint-Marcelin –, whose products can be also found at OKKO’s Lyon Pont Lafayette hotel.
Maison Jocteur, a baker from Ile Barbe specialising in delicious pink praline tarts
- Sève, master craftsmen of wonderful chocolates and pastries

Try as you might, you’ll be sure to find all these temptations impossible to resist… it is quite simply the must-visit destination for all food lovers passing through Lyon!

Opening hours:
Tues to Saturday: 7am - 10:30pm
Sunday: 7am - 4:30pm

Address: 102, cours Lafayette, 69003 Lyon

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La Part Dieu shopping centre

The shopping center La Part-Dieu is located in the 3rd district of Lyon just opposite to the train station, about fifteen minutes away OKKO Lyon Pont Lafayette. This is one of the largest shopping centres in Europe!

Opening hours:
Mon to Saturday: 9:30am - 8:00 pm

Address: 17, rue du Docteur Bouchut, 69431 Lyon cedex 03

For more information, visit the website.

Les Puces du Canal

A unique market tailor-made for lovers of art, antiques and furniture, Les Puces du Canal is the perfect spot for a Sunday stroll full of surprises!

It’s off to Villeurbanne, which is transformed every Sunday into the venue for France’s second biggest flea market. A true paradise for fans of bric-a-brac and antiques, this is an unusual experience to say the least: it is Lyon’s very own urban Ali Baba cave, and well worth a visit if you’re passing through the city!

Les Puces Du Canal opens three times per week. It is reserved for professional stall holders on Thursdays (from 07:00 to midday) and Saturdays (08:00 to midday), while members of the public are also welcome to set up their own stalls during its Sunday opening hours (07:00 to 15:00).

Address: Les Puces du Canal, 3 rue Eugène Pottier, 69100 Villeurbanne

For more information, visit the website.

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