At the confluence of the Rhône and the Saône, Lyon leans over two thousand years the Fourvière and Croix Rousse. Crossroads of several civilizations, the city as a cultural melting pot and particularly rich history that explores the neighborhoods. The Fourvière hill slopes of the Croix Rousse, through the Vieux Lyon, the Quais de Saône or the Presqu'île, the city has many great attractions.
At nightfall, more than 200 sites thus are subject to very specific lighting that adapts to the specificity of each location and atmosphere of each neighborhood. Through a luminous scenography carefully orchestrated by the masters of urban lighting Lyon, walkers can walk quietly every night in the streets and alleys to see the main sites and monuments. Details, previously unsuspected elements are thus highlighted.
The windows of the Cathedral of St. John regain their former glory, the Basilica of Fourvière as the metal tower reveal their majestic slender silhouettes, and artists of the Fountain of Lyon Jacobins take on a whole new dimension in the spotlight.