From here it's roughly 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the south to Lyon and 160 miles (257 kilometers) to the southeast to Turin, Italy.
Among the best attractions for all the family in the Beaujolais region is Au Fil des Arbres. Explore, laugh and be amazed at this much-loved destinations for children and parents.
Culture vultures will love the Claude Bernard Museum, one of the most loved museums in Beaujolais. Explore the collections at your own pace, browse the various exhibits, then ask for tips from the locals to locate some of the more eclectic museums in town.
An old religious gathering place, among the most popular of the many heritage sites in the city, is the Eglise de Belleville. Photograph the symbolic features of this interesting building, learn its history and discover why it is so popular with tourists and Beaujolais locals alike.
Popy Park is one of the most photographed natural escapes around the city. It is a tranquil space where visitors of all ages come to take time out from a busy world.