You can­not ar­gue with Lyon’s prin­ci­pal pas­times: food and foot­ball. When not watch­ing French su­per­club Olympique Ly­on­nais, lo­cals dine en famille in bou­chons, the back­street eater­ies that dish up ro­bust ly­on­nais sausages and hearty pâté. Lyon’s 14 Micheli

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The city’s bour­geois build­ing stock and ever-en­chant­ing Rhône and Saône river­banks make up a 500-hectare Unesco World Her­itage site. Ris­ing up on the his­toric Presqu’île district be­tween the two rivers is the mon­u­men­tal Musée des Con­flu­ences (www.museedescon­flu­, a metal and glass ethnog­ra­phy mu­seum that fol­lows hu­man de­vel­op­ment from its ori­gins to the present.

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