Lyon Confluence is the neighbourhood of Lyon located south of the Lyon-Perrache train station, and north of the confluence of the Rhône and Saône rivers. Until not very long ago, it was an area solely dedicated to industry and full of warehouses, but after a few years of construction and millions of euros in investment, the urban-renewal project has brought new shops, restaurants, offices, housing and a new museum (Musée des Confluences).
Above, Le Cube Orange.
Above, parking garage at Lyon-Perrache.
Above, Saône river.
Above, Stade Sonny Anderson.
Above, Jardin Aquatique Ouagadougou.
Above, Pont des Arts, with the new Pôle de Commerces et de Loisirs de Confluence (a shopping mall) on the other side of the canal.
Above, Jardin d’Erevan.
Above, Jardin Aquatique Jean Couty.
Above, former crane on the docks.
Above, autonomous shuttle Navly.
Above, new HQ of EuroNews.
Above, the new Musée des Confluences.
Above, confluence of Rhône (left) and Saône (right) rivers.
Above, Jardin du Musée des Confluences.
Above, Pont Raymond Barre, to Gerland.
Above, the museum seen from Parc de Gerland.