Along the Saône, artists sell their paintings, sculptures, photography and more.
A treasure trove of hard-to-find titles (most in French).
Housed in an arcaded courtyard on the Croix Rousse pentes, this innovative cluster of workshop-boutiques showcases the artwork of a dozen up-and-coming local designers. The workshops can be visited with advanced res…
All the staples of French cuisine can be found in this lively street market, a real favourite with Lyonnais: cheese, wine, charcuterie and pastries.
One of Lyon's two main outdoor food markets, Marché St-Antoine is a great venue to stock up on gourmet items, including cheese and charcuterie. It has over 100 vendors.
This vast complex of over 100 restaurants and shops (mostly outlets of major international companies) constitutes the commercial hub of Lyon's new Confluence neighbourhood.
With more than 400 exhibitors strung out along the canal banks in the northeastern suburb of Villeurbanne, France's second biggest flea market is a fun place to browse, especially for antiques and furniture. Sunday …
This gourmet grocery has plenty of quality produce, including jams, charcuterie, cheeses, pasta, among others.
A great food market on Place Carnot, full of vendors selling local produce.