Video directed by Jonas B. Shooting vidéo réalisé dans la Suite Deluxe
Photography by Guillaume Plas – Gones photography
Designer: Paloma Casile
Stylist: Nathalie Descombes
Hair: Kevin Dos Santos
Makeup: Chloé Paccard
Model: Agathe Teyssier @ Vip Models
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Graphic designer: David Pelletier
Location: Arts Hotels Lyon
It has never been easier to get to France’s capital of gastronomy
Eurostar runs services to Lyon Part Dieu from St Pancras International via Ashford in Kent. The fare to Lyon, which now has regular direct services from London, looks particularly attractive. Travellers can book single tickets to the city from as little as £44.50 one way.
A great destination
Eurostar’s recent launch of a direct service from St Pancras means a travel time of just four hours 41 minutes from London to Lyon. As the gastronomic capital of the South of France, a trip to Lyon is a must for any foodie, while there’s plenty to keep even the most devoted culture vulture happy between meals.
With a rich history of art and performance, from its beautifully-preserved Roman amphitheatre to the striking Opéra Nouvel, it’s hardly surprising that two of Lyon’s most famous sons were the Lumière brothers, inventors of the motion picture.
And thanks to a packed festival schedule – from Nuits de la Fourvière each summer to Fête des Lumieres, which brightens up four dark winter nights in December – there’s always a cultural buzz in the air.
Eurostar has launched a brand new route to the Alps via Lyon
A direct service from London to Lyon takes 4 hours and 40 minutes, and passengers can change platforms and travel onwards to a range of stations in the French Alps. Running every Saturday in the winter season, this new route opens up some exciting new journey prospects for skiers.
As well as providing an alternative route to the Tarentaise resorts served by the direct Ski Train, the new Lyon route gives access to a wide range of resorts in other parts of the Alps, including Chamonix and Sauze d’Oulx, that previously required a more inconvenient change of station in Paris.
Previously, there were a number of ski resorts that you could only reach by changing station in Paris. Now you can reach the following destinations much more conveniently, by simply changing platforms in Lyon:
Alpe d’Huez, Avoriaz, Chamonix, Chamrousse, Flaine, La Clusaz, Le Grand Bornand, Les Carroz, Les Contamines, Les Gets, Les 2 Alpes, Megève, Montgenèvre, Serre Chevalier, St Gervais, Val Cenis Vanoise, Valloire and Valmeinier.
Bardonecchia, Cesana-Sansicario, Claviere, Sauze d’Oulx and Sestriere.