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Lyon Les Halles Market (Les Halles Paul Bocuse)
Lyon Les Halles Market (Les Halles Paul Bocuse)

Lyon Les Halles Market (Les Halles Paul Bocuse)

102 Cours Lafayette, Lyon, France, 69003

The basics

There are approximately 60 shops in Les Halles, including butchers, bakers, caterers, and fishmongers selling high-quality fresh products. It is also a showcase for local food products and a great place to find good meats, poultry, seafood, cheeses, fruits, and vegetables. You can also enjoy a sit-down meal with a glass of wine at the markets. The market is so popular that there are tours dedicated to exploring it, and it’s a popular stop on most Lyon food tours.

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Things to know before you go

  • Lyon Les Halles Market is a must-visit for foodies.
  • It’s polite (and expected) that you greet shopkeepers with “bonjour monsieur/madam” as soon as you make contact.
  • Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to do a lot of walking, particularly if you visit as part of a food tour.
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How to get there

Les Halles is located in the 3rd arrondissement of Lyon, between the Rhone River and the Gare de Lyon Part-Dieu railway station. It's well connected to the rest of the city by metro and the Place Guichard - Bourse du Travail, Brotteaux, and Masséna metro stops are all within a 10-minute walk away.

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When to get there

Lyon Les Halles Market is open every day of the week from morning until early afternoon, and it reopens again for a few hours on Wednesday through Saturday evenings. If you want the best selection of produce, visit right when it opens, or come by for lunch or dinner and get the chance to sit down and people watch.

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Culinary Lyon

Lyon is known for a number of specialty dishes, and while many are available in restaurants across France, there are few places better to taste them than right in the heart of Lyon. Examples include chitterling sausages known as andouilette and boudin noir (blood sausages), while vegetarians can go for Lyonnaise potatoes, thinly sliced potatoes cooked in butter and parsley.

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