There are several Park&Ride (Parc Relais) carparks where you can park your car and take public transport to the city centre. They are reserved for users of the Lyon TCL public transport network.
You will need your ticket or pass to exit the car park.
►Further information: TCL Parcs Relais
Several coach companies run services between Lyon and major French and European cities:
Ouibus (BlaBlaBus) – https://www.ouibus.com/
FlixBus – https://global.flixbus.com/
Eurolines – https://www.eurolines.eu/
Lyon has two main railway stations in the city centre - Lyon Part-Dieu and Lyon-Perrache - which serve major European cities.
►Further information: https://www.sncf.com/en
Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport, France's 4th biggest airport, is located 25 km east of Lyon. There are flights to sixty cities a day. It is a multi-modal hub including rail and coach services. The Welcome Area provides tourist and airport information.
►More information: https://www.lyonaeroports.com/en/
Getting to the city centre is easy, you have a choice of possibilities:
During the Festival of Lights, you can save time and money by buying your ticket on the official Rhônexpress website or via the app.
The service runs from 4:25 am to midnight: from 6 am to 9 pm a tram every 15 minutes, before 6 am and after 9 pm a tram every 30 minutes. Onboard service with a conductor.
Free Festival of Lights programme, map of Lyon and map of the Lyon public transport network.
►More information: https://www.rhonexpress.fr/en
This new bus route takes you to the Meyzieu Z.i. T3 tram stop in 35 mins, you can then reach Lyon Part-Dieu station in 20 mins. This bus runs every 30 mins from 5:55 am to 12:08 am.
►More information on http://www.tcl.fr/en/Getting-Around/Getting-around/47