Le Plateau Croix Rousse, fully furnished and equipped apartment, accommodation for tourism, business, short and long term.
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leplateaucroixrousse.com 22 Rue de Belfort, F-69004 LYON  GPS : Lat  45°778982 - Lon 4°834730
Tél : +336 22 08 13 29              E-mail : leplateau69004@free.fr

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Very pleasant 570 Sq Ft (53m²) one bedroom apartment for 1 to 4 people.
On the third floor in an quiet private residence with large lift and communal garden.
Fully furnished and equipped, located in "La Croix Rousse" district, with easy access to Lyon city center.
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You are looking for an apartment in Lyon for three days or three months ?
You are traveling for leisure, a family visit or for business ?
La Croix Rousse is the historical district of the
"Canuts"(1), and nowadays is a pleasant area to live in, lively with numerous restaurants, bars, shops, markets and cultural sites.
You can walk to the city centre in 15 minutes and the "Pentes" (Slopes) itinerary is a pleasant walk, full of discoveries. You can also take the Metro from "Place de la Croix Rousse" to "Hôtel de Ville" (Two stops) with numerous connections by Metro or Bus from there.
The owners will welcome you personally, (On hand to give you advice for your stay) cleaning, Internet access, etc...
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Annick & Georges Vallier.
Tel : +336 22 08 13 29
E-mail : leplateau69004@free.fr


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(1) "Canut" : The Canuts were the Lyonnais silk workers, (primarily found in "La Croix Rousse) in the century 19th. The district took the name of "The hill that works" in contrast to "Fourvière" which was called "The hill that prays" Their miserable working conditions led to two rebellions in 1831 and 1834 which were harshly repressed.
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