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Welcome to Saint-Paul, in the historical heart of Lyon
Saint-Paul is part of Old Lyon. Its rich historical heritage tells of its past of former district with strong financial activity. Many remarkable buildings built by the rich Jews of the time driven out of Lyon still exist today in the streets Lainerie and Juiverie.
The Renaissance district underwent major transformations during the 19th century, including the construction of the Saint-Paul station. Many buildings have been razed to make way for the Bondy Palace and the College Hotel.
Saint-Paul is served by metro line C3 and by train to Saint-Paul station.
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Rendez-vous with the past in Saint-Paul
Impossible to pass in the 5th arrondissement of Lyon and passing it alongside the traboules of Saint-Paul. This district is home to some of the most exceptional of Lyon. Make a visit to the Church of St. Paul. This remarkable building tells the history of the neighborhood with the many modifications that have undergone over the centuries. All these sites contributed to the inscription of Saint-Paul in the UNESCO world heritage. Finally, end your day in one of the restaurants of the city that offer typically Lyonnais dishes.