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It wouldn’t be a day in France if it didn’t start with coffee. Lyon, a trendsetter in coffee, has an incredible variety of coffee shops to choose from. Each has their own character, roasting beans from local producers and from afar. And the design? Each coffee shop gets better than the next. 

So next time you go to Lyon, here are 7 coffee shops not to miss.

1. Away Hostel & Coffee Shop.
 21 Rue Alsace Lorraine, 69001 Lyon

2. Diploid
18 Rue de la Platière, 69001 Lyon, France

3. Mokxa.
 3 Rue de l’Abbé Rozier, 69001 Lyon

4. La Bicycletterie
16 Rue Romarin, 69001 Lyon

5. Puzzle Cafe
 4 Rue de la Poulaillerie, 69002 Lyon, France

6. Slika
37 Rue des Remparts d’Ainay, 69002 Lyon, France

7. Slake Coffee House
9 Rue de l’Ancienne Prefecture, 69002 Lyon, France

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