Lyon Part Dieu station is in Lyon’s business district and a stone’s throw from Pesqu’île – the city centre. From the station you can easily walk or catch a cab to your hotel.
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The station is just a couple of hundred yards from the Pesqu’île. To get there take a short stroll east along Cours Lafayette and over the River Rhône.
A modern metro service runs out into Lyon’s surrounding suburbs from the square outside the station.
You can catch a cab on Rue de Villette or Place Beraudier just outside the station.
There are bicycle spaces onboard the TGV
if you want to take your bike with you on holiday. Lyon also offers a public bicycle service, the Vél’ov. To use the service, you’ll need a European credit/debit card. There are over 300 bike collection points around the city – scan your card to use them.
Lyon Part Dieu station sits on the high speed TGV line from Paris and Lille south to Provence and east through the Alps.It was originally built in 1978 and has been renovated since to accommodate increased traffic. A modern building, it blends in well with the surrounding business district.