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My Congress in Lyon

Mon Congrès à Lyon

Lyon, capital of the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region, France's 2nd largest economic and tourist centre, combines modernity, history and quality of life.

My contact
Laurene POLONI
5737 Accor rooms
18085 rooms in Lyon

Coming here c'is easy!

Coming by plane

Lyon Saint Exupéry Airport is the third largest airport in France with 10 million passengers, 115 destinations served, including 91 international destinations and 38 airlines. The Convention Centre is located 25 minutes from the airport by motorway.

Airport links :
Downtown with the Rhonexpress express tram in 30 minutes. The return ticket costs between €23.50 and €27.80.

Coming by train

With 3 stations, including the Part-Dieu station, France's leading international station in terms of the number of connections, the heart of Lyon is linked to all major French and European cities by TGV or high-speed lines.

Stations in Lyon :
Lyon Part Dieu Gare, Lyon Perrache, Gare de Lyon St Exupéry.

Coming by car

Lyon is connected to the main European motorways, and is located two hours from the peaks of the Alps and less than three hours from the beaches of the Mediterranean.

The A40 motorway from Geneva, or the A7 from Marseille, the A6 from Paris for the main motorway links.

Moving around


4 metro lines


5 Tramway lines


137 bus lines


2 funicular lines, network of 1400 taxis, 4000 vélo'v and 340 stations, Vaporetto for boat transfers, cruises with the company Les Bateaux Lyonnais (ex Lyon City Boat).

My website


Halfway between Saint Exupéry airport and the city centre, Eurexpo Lyon is France's second largest exhibition centre after Paris. Thanks to its 7 modular and connected halls, its Paul Bocuse auditorium with 1500 to 4200 seats, and its 26 meeting rooms, Eurexpo Lyon hosts private events of all types every year.

How do I get there?
Tram T5 and bus 100.

130,000 m²: 7 halls from 3,208 m² to 14,824 m².
12,000 people
Meeting Rooms
1 auditorium and 26 rooms

Lyon Convention Centre

Located on the banks of the Parc de la tête d'Or along the Rhône, the Lyon Convention Centre offers state-of-the-art facilities. 3 amphitheatres with 300, 900 and 3000 seats, a modular surface area of 24,000m² and 35 meeting rooms.

How do I get there?
Bus 100 or C1, C2, C4, C5, C26.

24,000m² modular
8,000 people
Meeting Rooms
3 auditoriums and 35 rooms

Groupama Stadium

Stadium with 60,000 seats, 30 events per year sport and entertainment and 10,000 parking spaces.

How do I get there?
Tramway station T3 nearby, Bus 85 or Bus C3.

From 260 m² to 1,620 m².
288 people
Meeting Rooms
5 rooms

Hall Tony Garnier

Historic hall of 17,000 m² without pillars.

How do I get there?
Tram T1, Metro line B or Bus C7.

6,000 to 17,000m².
3,000 to 17,000 people
Meeting Rooms
1 amphitheatre

L'Head Space d'Gold

Fully modular space located close to the Parc de la Tête d'Or, 5 minutes from the Part Dieu TGV station.

2 400 m²
3,000 people
Meeting Rooms
15 modular rooms

La Sucrière

Located in the heart of the city and on the banks of the Saône, La Sucrière offers 3,800 m² of event space and 1,700 m² of space dedicated to cultural exhibitions (museum standards), and 5 balcony terraces with a view of the Saône.

How do I get there?
Tram T1 or Bus S1.

3 800 m²
From 600 to 4,000 people
Meeting Rooms
2 convention spaces

Matmut Stadium

The new Matmut Stadium within the Gerland Stadium has many spaces of various sizes to cater for all events.

How do I get there?
Tram T1 or Metro Line B direction Oullins.

5 000m²
From 100 to 2000 people
Meeting Rooms
7 areas including 4 large lounges with panoramic terrace overlooking the stadium, and 29 dressing rooms.