On the border of one of Lille’s central districts, the main square of which is renowned for its market, in a street that is quiet but near to the circular boulevards.
Greater Lille is 60 minutes from Paris by French TGV train (38 trains per day), 80 minutes from London on the Eurostar (18 trains per day) and 40 minutes from Brussels with Thalys (12 trains per day).
This open-plan flat is 200 m from a bus stop (station 10 minutes away) and 500 m from car-share and V’LILL bike rental stations.
The station and the pedestrian streets are a 20 minute walk away (1.3 km), the ring road and the A1 (Paris), A25 (Dunkirk) and the E40 (Brussels) are 2 km away.
Lille stands at a crossroads of 5 motorways:A1 : Paris (220 km / 138 miles),A22/E17: Gand (75 km / 47 miles), then Anvers (125 km / 78 miles) and Amsterdam (290 km / 181 miles).A23: Valenciennes (53 km / 33 miles).A25: Dunkirk (80 km / 50 miles) then A26: Calais (110 km / 69 miles).A27/E42: Brussels (110 km / 69 miles) – Liège – Cologne.60 minutes from Paris by French TGV train (38 trains per day), 80 minutes from London on the Eurostar.In the heart of Rue Royale, in the old part of Lille. Near to the Banque de France and its district of mansion houses and large luxurious homes. On the edges of the Bois de Boulogne and its citadel built by Vauban. Restaurants and local shops are 200 m (219 yards) away. A ten minute walk from the Grand Place, the pedestrian district and the large shops. A bus stop and a V’LILLE bike rental station are 100 m (110 yards) away (stations 10 minutes away).
Aux abords du Bois de Boulogne et de sa citadelle, érigée par Vauban. A 1 h en TGV de Paris (38 trajets par jour), 1h20 de Londres en Eurostar (18 trajets par jour) et 40 minutes de Bruxelles en Thalys (12 trajets par jour ).
On the “south-side” of Touraine, 169 miles from Paris (125 of which are on motorway) and 28 miles south-east of Tours (airport with 4 flights per week to London and daily flights during the summer).
In the centre of a medieval city; a renowned “Town of Art And History” with a history-filled past and extremely rich in architecture.
In the heart of a highly sought-after district in the old part of Lille, on the edges of the Bois de Boulogne and its citadel built by Vauban.
60 minutes by French TGV train from Paris (38 trains per day), 80 minutes from London on the Eurostar (18 trains per day) and 40 minutes from Brussels with Thalys (12 trains per day).
Lille is situated at the crossroads of 5 motorways:
A1: Paris (220 km)
A22/E17: Gand (75 km), then Anvers (125 km) and Amsterdam (290 km).
A23: Valenciennes (53 km).
A25: Dunkirk (80 km), and then A26: Calais (110 km).
A27/E42: Brussels (110 km) – Liège – Cologne.