The Lyon metropolitan area brings together 56 municipalities and nearly 1.6 million inhabitants. Its economic, political and cultural influence and brilliance, both nationally and internationally, has continued to grow.
Irrigated by the Rhône and the Saône, which cross the city and form its peninsula, it has become its economic, political and cultural lung.
Indeed, from the Place Bellecour, three main roads emerge, namely the Rue de la République, Rue du Président Herriot and Rue Victor Hugo. They are the vectors of the economic life of the city centre.
In addition to this layout, there is a tangle of streets with often thematic and dynamic offers due to their proximity to these axes.
Moreover, the development of the city, inspired by the metropolis, is extending to its periphery.
In this sense, districts and sites with thematic offers are developing everywhere in the communes of the Lyon metropolis, namely the Confluence, Silk, Part-Dieu, Gerland districts or the Groupama stadium site, which are all dynamic and forward-looking places that organise and support the economic life of Lyon.