Pick up items and food near Lyon

Where's the best place to donate stuff in Lyon, the city of lights? Where are the free items? If you hang out there, you can also: - pick up books at the Lyon Part-Dieu station before your trip, - donate your clothes in the Confluences district, to share your style, - nab a piece of furniture at Place des Cordeliers, to see the Palais de la Bourse (and give your living room a facelift). In this magical city where warmth and comfort mix, think of giving away objects you no longer use for free.

Adventurers and sports enthusiasts will climb the montée de la Grande-Côte to donate clothing at the Croix-Rousse in Lyon. If the weather is clear, you may see Mont-Blanc from the top. Let's get the show on the road, it would be a shame not to give a few pairs of pants. Those who persevere will climb another hill to give away objects in Lyon: la Fourvière. You can take the opportunity to visit the Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourvière, there is more to do ... To give away furniture in Lyon, you'll avoid mountains and opt for flatter ground. Because it's more convenient. Because it's fun. Because it creates connections. Like in The Little Prince, who watches over us at Place Bellecour. When you see it, you will remember this famous phrase: What does that mean--'tame'? It is an act too often neglected, said the fox. It means to establish ties. That's exactly what we do on Geev. You can meet on the banks of the Rhône to exchange books and have a literary stroll. The Saint-Jean district of old Lyon also works (because it reminds us of 19th century writers). And why not have a coffee between Geevers, just to talk about what you read? Or have lunch in a Lyonnais bouchon. Take the kids to donate baby clothing and toys, so they can give them to other children. It's empowering because it teaches them to be good to the planet and reduce overconsumption and waste. It teaches GENEROSITY. So why not go to the Tête d'Or park and visit the free zoo together? Who knows, maybe you'll meet the Little Prince's fox. It would be a shame to miss all this. What's your reason to give in Lyon?