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Being immersed in a country’s culture is without a doubt one of the best ways to learn the language. Living with a host family means getting to know the way of life of Lyon locals from the inside – their food and customs – while having an enriching experience. It's also your chance to practise French daily in an authentic context. Your host will be carefully selected by our partner school. Living around 10-50 minutes from the school, you will stay in a single or double room with breakfast only or half-board provided.
In a quiet neighbourhood in the centre of Lyon, close to a tram stop and a supermarket and not far from the train station, this residence offers single bedrooms with private bathrooms. You will have access to the kitchen if you want to cook, but you can also try all kinds of French specialties in the restaurants around the corner. Common areas are cleaned twice a month, Wi-Fi is free and bed linen is provided (but not towels). You will be able to reach the language school within 25 minutes by public transport.
Hotel-Residences (2 and 3 stars)
The main advantage of staying in one of the hotel-residences offered by the course centre is that it is completely independent. A single bedroom with a private bathroom will be available for you, with a TV and free Wi-Fi. You will also have access to the paying laundry facilities. Bed linen and towels are provided. The language school is 10-25 minutes’ walk from the accommodation. Enjoy life “à la lyonnaise” in a city where you can find so many shops, restaurants and cultural attractions!
With shops, cinemas, exhibitions, concerts, sports centres, bars, restaurants, nightclubs and much more, you will find a wide range of attractions to enjoy in Lyon. In the 2,000 years since the Romans founded Lugdunum (their name for Lyon and one of the ancient world’s most important cities), it has turned into a top international destination, especially for foodies. Head a short distance outside the city and enjoy the beautiful countryside that provides the ingredients for the legendary local cuisine. Take a walk, go on a bike ride or taste the latest wines from the Beaujolais region. Its closeness to the Mediterranean, Paris and Geneva makes Lyon an ideal destination for studying French, and you will no doubt be seduced by its beauty, rich culture and festive atmosphere.