Lyon

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Lyon is the second biggest city of France.

Transport

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Metro with a glass door at the entrance. Tramways are blackrideable. The frequency of control is unknown. A single ticket costs 1.80 EUR and is valid for 1 hour for all the transport.

The city also has a widely used public bicycle system. You need a bank card and probably some payment. Then the first hour of using a bicycle is free.

The city has a TGV train station - connection to Paris and Spain.

Companies

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Accommodation

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Food

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Internet connectivity

Hackerspaces around Lyon.

Shopping centre Part-Dieu near train station has a sitting place in the bottom floor with many electric plugs and wifi (which you can catch from nearby mcdonalds). There were already many people sitting and using their devices.

Busking

Busking in Lyon is possible. Police seems to be not bothering anybody. During weekends it's quite crowded around Place de la Republique and Place Bellecour. It's the city centre and shopping street and there are already some local buskers - but in April 2016 the competition doesn't seem too big.

The earnings are average (very subjective observation).


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